Today’s managers face real-world challenges every day. Through principles of team-based management and participative leadership, students gain skills in interpersonal relationships, conflict management and personal accountability. These skills are applied through project-based activities where students analyze and resolve problems, coach and mentor employees, as well as plan and organize workplace processes.
Entry-level management positions are available in most industries. You could manage a small-to-medium business, join the management-track of a big-box retailer, obtain a promotion with a current employer, or start your own business. Many graduates also continue on for a bachelor’s degree with Ferris State University, Northwood University, Saginaw Valley State University, Siena Heights University, Walsh College and Wayne State University. More information about transferring.
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“All the professors are great in this program, and the classes are pretty hands-on. They give you a lot of real-world experience.”Anthony Buffa, SC4 alumnus