STC’s Business Management Program is designed to prepare students for entry into management and supervisory occupations in a variety of businesses and industries. Courses teach the managerial fundamentals of coordination, delegation, prioritization, and supervision while students also learn that good managers must be effective communicators, analytical thinkers, and determined, motivating leaders.
Where might I find a job?
Business Management graduates have worked at medical offices, corporate offices, accounting offices, law offices, department of labor, and have been self-employed.
Immediately upon graduation, STC graduates have made between $8.50 and $22 per hour.
AssociateBusiness Management Degree
DiplomaBusiness Management Diploma
Technical CertificateHuman Resource Management Specialist
Management and Leadership Specialist
Technical Management Specialist
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