Business Management, Associate of Applied Science
The business environment is constantly changing; therefore, effective and efficient management requires learning and applying the latest techniques in management to advance your career and become a more valuable manager in the organization. As a graduate of the San Jacinto College Business Management program, you will be prepared to assume first-line supervisory positions in business organizations of every type. You will also be on a career track to higher levels of management as your experience grows in applying the concepts and techniques learned at San Jacinto College.
The San Jacinto College Business Management program:
- Helps students develop leadership and management skills by providing a basis in analysis and problem solving and an understanding of managing human behavior and resources; and
- Places an emphasis on planning, organizing, staffing, and leading through effective communication techniques for roles in purchasing, production control, and marketing.
Course topics may include:
- Human Relations
- Human Resources
- Problem Solving
Graduates of this program are prepared to assume first-line supervisory positions in business organizations of every type including:
- Materials management
- Governmental agencies
Earning potential varies based on industry. This is just an example of one industry’s earning potential.
First-Line Supervisor in Retail Sales median salary: $47,840 per year1
Source: texaswages.com, median salary Gulf Coast region, 2019
For more information, students may contact Central, 281-476-1841; North, 281-998-6150, x7765; and South, 281-929-4603.
Business Management is a two-year supervisory training program that combines classroom management theory with practical on-the-job training. The program leads to the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Business Management. The Business Management curriculum includes courses designed to provide a practical, comprehensive program covering certain managerial activities. The program is designed to meet the needs of people preparing for careers in business and industry such as retailing, wholesaling, industrial management, small business, and human resources. The Business Management program supports the theory that there is no substitute for world-of-work experience in the learning process. Management course work includes studies in basic principles of management, human relations, group dynamics, motivation of individuals and groups, leadership development, organization of work and people, study of supervisory functions, and many other management interests, including international business and trade.
A Contemporary Approach to Management Training
Concurrent with the business management courses, students in the supervision or the small business entrepreneur programs are required to take a practicum that coordinates job training with classroom theory. One of the requirements of the practicum course is that a student work a minimum of 20 hours per week at a training station approved by a business management coordinator. Designed as a development tool, the practicum requires that the business management coordinator, the employer, and the student agree on a tentative training outline or personal development plan that, according to specific guidelines, must improve, enhance, and demonstrate personal and professional managerial skills of the student at work.
Note: Students taking the BMGT 2382 Cooperative Education - Business Administration and Management, General course should be counseled by a business management coordinator or the Department Chair prior to registration. The BMGT 2382 Cooperative Education - Business Administration and Management, General course helps the student receive practical training and experience compatible with his or her management career objectives.
Associate of Applied Science
The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Business Management is a two-year supervisory training program for people preparing for careers in business management. Students pursuing a bachelor’s degree should see an educational planner/counselor or the Department Chair of the Business Administration department prior to registration.
Plan of Study
|BMGT 1327||Principles of Management||3|
|MRKG 1311||Principles of Marketing||3|
|BCIS 1305||Business Computer Applications||3|
|HRPO 1311||Human Relations||3|
|ACNT 1303||Introduction to Accounting I||3|
|IBUS 2341||Intercultural Management||3|
|BMGT 1309||Information and Project Management||3|
|BUSI 2304||Business Communications||3|
|MRKG 2312||E-Commerce Marketing||3|
|HRPO 2301||Human Resources Management||3|
|BUSI 2301||Business Law||3|
|BMGT 2303||Problem Solving and Decision Making||3|
|BMGT 1313||Principles of Purchasing||3|
|BMGT 2382||Cooperative Education - Business Administration and Management, General||3|
|MATH 1332 |
or MATH 1314
|Contemporary Mathematics (Quantitative Reasoning) (or higher) 1 |
or College Algebra
|SPCH 1315 |
or SPCH 1321
|Public Speaking |
or Business and Professional Speech
|ENGL 1301||Composition I||3|
|PSYC 2301 |
or ECON 2302
|General Psychology |
or Principles of Microeconomics
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Philosophy|
Capstone Experience: BMGT 2382 Cooperative Education - Business Administration and Management, General
Students desiring to obtain a baccalaureate degree should take MATH 1314 College Algebra.