Corporate Management

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Corporate Management

This program is designed to provide students with an advance foundation in business. The program consists of a hands-on approach to the most widely used business computer applications using Microsoft Office software programs in a clear and concise format which enhances learning and accelerates training features and nuances. The student who already has a basic knowledge of business is introduced developing courses like: Human Resources Management, Business Ethics, Financial Management, Marketing & Sales and Entrepreneurship. Upon completion of this program the graduate will be prepared for the dynamic challenge that faces a supervisor in today’s business environment.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Total Number of Quarter Credit Hours 51.5
Total Number of Clock Hours 850
Total Number of Quarters / Weeks / Months 4 / 40 / 9
Credential awarded Diploma
Course Code Course Description Clock Hours Credit Hours
CPT 060 Advanced Word Processing 60 3.5
CMD 005 Human Resources Management 50 4
GEB 1001 Introduction to Business 40 3
ECO 001 Business Economics 50 4
SLS 1401 Career and Professional Development 50 4
CPT 061 Advanced Electronic Spreadsheets 50 3
ENC 1201 Business English 40 3
CMD 006 Business Ethics 50 3
CMD 007 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 50 3
CMD 008 Marketing & Sales 50 3
CPT 038 Advanced Electronic Presentation Design 50 3
CMD 010 Organizational Leadership 80 5
CMD 009 Financial Management 50 4
CMD EXT Corporate Management Externship 180 6

*The courses shown above may not be offered in the same order in which they are listed.
**Quarter Credit hour conversion 10 Lecture hours = 1 credit / 20 Lab hours = 1 credit / 30 Externship hours = 1 credit

This course is an introduction to the concepts, features and commands of the most popular commercial Word Processing software. Students will learn how to create, format, edit, merge and print documents using basic capabilities of Word Processing software. Classes are conducted in a hands-on-lecture laboratory environment where a computer is assigned to each student. No previous computer training or experience is required. Laboratory is required.

The student will learn the functions of Human Resource Management including human resource planning, strategic development of human resources, recruitment techniques, selection and hiring processes, compensation systems, development of policy and procedures for effective and ethical human resource management, performance review and evaluation systems, working effectively with organized labor, retention of employees, and current issues in human resource management. The course will also include an exploration of human resources within the global business environment of a boundless organization. Students will learn to interpret and solve problems related to human resources management. Additional support will be provided to students to achieve the objectives via the use of libratory time for practice and assessments.

This course is an introduction to the field of Business Management. Students will learn how to design the formal structure of an organization, to communicate effectively in the workplace, and to apply technology in the process of managing information. From legal business structures to market analysis, from official documentation and procedures to time management the students are exposed to the many aspects of business management.

Business Economics is a combination of micro and macroeconomics. Student will be taught economics as seen from the business point of view. Students will learn economy of scale, SWOT analysis, inflation and deflation of a business, as well as the effects of the deficit, unemployment, and growth. Students will learn to interpret and solve problems related to the business economics used in the field today. Additional support will be provided to students in order to achieve the objectives via the use of libratory time for practice and assessments.

This course is designed to help the student develop the necessary skills and knowledge needed to enter the current job market. This preparation will be accomplished by helping students improve their communication skills in a business environment, their resume writing skills as well as their job searching and job interviewing techniques.

This course is an introduction to the concepts, features, and commands of the most popular commercial Electronic Spreadsheets software. Students will learn to create, format, edit, link and print spreadsheets using basic capabilities of Electronic Spreadsheets software. Classes are conducted in a hands-on-lecture laboratory environment where a computer is assigned to each student. No previous computer training or experience is required. Laboratory is required.

This course is an introduction to the field of Business English. Students will learn the basic grammar structures to be able to convey information and ideas in clear, comprehensive language, as well as interpret and utilize the information communicated by others. In addition, this course will provide students with practice in business correspondence, including letters, memos and e- mails.

In this course the student will learn how personal values and ethics influence the decision-making capacity of the manager within an organization. The student will learn about ethical theories and the roles they play in the social and corporate behavior of an organization. Issues such as diversity in the workplace, intuition, technology, and the global environment of business, will be included in case examples. Students will learn to interpret and solve problems related to Business Ethics. Additional support will be provided to students to achieve the objectives via the use of libratory time for practice and assessments.

Introduction to how to start and run a new enterprise. How to write business plans. How to obtain loans; deal with copyrights, permits, and other resources are analyzed. Students will learn to interpret and solve problems related to the business economics used in the field today. Additional support will be provided to students in order to achieve the objectives via the use of libratory time for practice and assessments.

Students will learn how managers implement the marketing elements within a strategic planning framework. Emphasis is on decision-making, and the development and execution of marketing strategies related to product and brand development, channels of distribution, pricing, and promotional efforts under varying marketplace conditions. The nature and requirements of selling, including a consideration of buyer motivations and selling theories in relation to various buyer seller situations. Students will learn to interpret and solve problems related to marketing & sales techniques. Additional support will be provided to students to achieve the objectives via the use of libratory time for practice and assessments.

This course is an introduction to one of the most popular Electronic Presentation software. Students will acquire the necessary skills to create professional presentations to convey ideas to others. Topics include, but are not limited to, establish the design of a presentation; display desired information on slides, display slides using an electronic slide show as well as editing the slides. Classes are conducted in a hands-on-lecture laboratory environment where a computer is assigned to each student. No previous computer training or experience is required. Laboratory is required

Organizations need strong leadership for optimum effectiveness. Leadership, as we know, is a trait which is both inbuilt and can be acquired also. Organizational leadership deals with both human psychology as well as expert tactics. Organizational leadership emphasizes on developing leadership skills and abilities that are relevant across the organizations. Students will learn to interpret and solve problems related to financial management in today’s business environment. Additional support will be provided to students in order to achieve the objectives via the use of libratory time for practice and assessments.

Students will learn the sources and uses of funds as they relate to financial decision making in the corporate form of enterprise. Emphasis is placed on working capital management, capital budgeting techniques, short and long-term financing, and capital structure and the value of the firm. Students will learn to interpret and solve problems related to financial management in today’s business environment. Additional support will be provided to students in order to achieve the objectives via the use of libratory time for practice and assessments.

Students will participate in an externship program to gain work experience. Each student will be placed in a real work environment under the supervision of an accounting specialist who will evaluate and report his/her performance.

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