Management

Student studying

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 transfer agreements.

Management Associate Degree

Suggested course sequence for this degree from the SC4 catalog.

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Management certificate

Suggested course sequence for the Management certificate from the SC4 catalog.

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Gainful Employment information for the Management certificate.

"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

Anthony Buffa, SC4 alumnus