Mar 23, 2018
- Manage a complex project from start to finish, both individually and in teams. Listen well, speak clearly and produce written documents for a diverse group of customers, coworkers and managers utilizing current business terminology.
- Demonstrate leadership and the ability to interact on an interpersonal level with diverse groups.
- Identify, evaluate and apply industry specific business principles. Make informed decisions within the parameters of legal requirements and societal expectations.
- Use the most recent technology in business applications.
- Employ workforce readiness skills, including problem solving, organizational planning and time management.
- Use an understanding of basic business principles and organizational priorities to make decisions about work being performed.
- Understand the retail cycle and its implementation, which includes customer analysis, sourcing and product design, product development, merchandising and display.
- Utilize multiple marketing channels of distribution, including wholesale, retail and e-commerce.
Some or all of the following are required. Talk to a faculty adviser.
- Basic keyboarding knowledge recommended.
- Some classes have entry requirements not listed here.
- This information does not substitute for meeting with a faculty adviser.
- Students must achieve a minimum grade of 2.0 in each class.
- AAS degree programs emphasize preparation in specific job skills required for entry-level employment.
- Not all classes are offered every quarter or at night.
- Students attending only in the evening must remember it is likely to take more than two years to complete program.
Professional-Technical Core Courses
Total Supporting Course Credits: 45
Related Instruction Courses
Total Related Instruction Credits: 20
Total Program Credits: 90