Associate of Applied Business - Business Management Technology
A manager is the glue that holds the organization together. With a basic knowledge of business and an understanding of how to administer the skills of others in the workplace, the manager brings together the various facets of an organization into a smoothly running whole.
Employment of salaried managers and administrators is expected to increase faster than the average for all occupations into the twenty-first century as business operations become more complex.
An associate degree is granted after the successful completion of 64 - 68 semester hours of coursework. By concentrating the majority of your studies in technical and related coursework, you are prepared in a short time to enter the work world. Many of the credits earned in the associate degree program can be applied toward a bachelor's degree. An adviser can help you to decide the preferred order of completion of the required courses and the possible substitution of courses for those students pursuing a bachelor's degree.
An excellent core of studies features written and oral communication, management skills, accounting, marketing, economics, liberal arts courses, and more.
Along with a general management option, the program offers technical electives that allow you to specialize in, data processing, real estate, and marketing and sales. In some cases, you will have the chance to work at an internship for one semester, to help you learn to link theory with practice.
Why Study Business Management Technology?
- Job growth and career opportunities are the greatest in high-technology fields.
- Establish a firm foundation with communication, management, accounting, marketing, e-commerce, economics and liberal arts courses.
- You choose the technical specialty area to complete your degree: marketing/sales, small business, manufacturing management or general business management.
Why Choose Kent State at Trumbull?
- This program is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.
- Flexible scheduling options include evening, weekend and distance learning classes.
- Kent State technology graduates have nearly 100 percent job placement at companies such as General Motors, IBM and Boeing.
If you choose to continue your education, all credit hours eared in this associate degree program count toward a bachelor's degree.
Program roadmap - Business Administration
Program roadmap - Computer Applications
Program roadmap - General Management, Entrepreneurship, Manufacturing
Program roadmap - Informational Technology
Program roadmap - Marketing and Sales