SLCC General Catalog

Business Management CC

CTE Certificate of Completion
33 credits minimum

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Program Description

Business Management includes the study of business theory and principles applied in the many activities of business today, both nationally and worldwide. Emphasis is given to problem solving and decision making to prepare the graduate with decision-making skills for a variety of career areas.

This program is a one-year course of study surveying essentials of business management to include the study of business theory and principles which are important in both a national and global perspective.

Students who are interested in pursuing courses leading to a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management areas should follow the courses listed in Business Associate of Science or Business Associate of Arts degrees listed elsewhere in this catalog.

Career Opportunities

  • Asst. Manager
  • Retail Manager
  • Office Manager
  • Bank Teller

Total Program/Course Fees

Some classes may have lab fees

Estimated Cost for Students

$100-$150 for textbooks per semester per class

Estimated Time to Completion

If a student follows the proposed sample schedule outline, completion can be achieved in two semesters.

Required Courses: (30 Credits)

Course

Credits

Semesters

Prerequisite

ACCT 2010

Survey Fin Acct

3

A

 

ACCT 2020

Managerial Acct

3

A

ACCT 1110 or ACCT 2010, and CIS 1020 or challenge exam

BUS 1050

Foundations of Bus

3

A

ENGL 1010 (may be taken concurrently)

BUS 2200

Bus Communications

3

A

ENGL 1010 w/C grade or better

ENGL 1010

Intro to Writing

3

A

WRTG 0990 w/C grade or better or appropriate Accuplacer score

FIN 1380

Financial Math

3

A

MATH 0990 or appropriate Accuplacer score

MGT 1020

Distribution Sys

3

A

 

MGT 2070

Human Resource Mgt

3

A

BUS 1050

MKTG 1030

Intro Marketing

3

A

 

MKTG 1960

Prof in Business

3

A

 

 

Elective Courses: (Complete At Least 3 Credits From The Following)

Course

Credits

Semesters

Prerequisite

BUS 1010

Introduction to Business

3

A

 

ACCT 2520

Federal Inc Tax

3

F

ACCT 1120 or ACCT 2010

ECON 2100

Labor Econ

3

F, Sp

ECON 2010

ECON 2400

Intl Econ/Finance

3

F

ECON 2010 or ECON 2020 (can be taken concurrently)

FIN 2210

Credit and Collections

2

A

ACCT 1110 or ACCT 2010

FIN 2950

Executive Lectures I

1

Sp

 

MGT 1600

Mgmt Essentials

3

A

 

MGT 2000

CO-OP

1-3

TBA

Sophomore standing, 2.0 GPA and related employment

MGT 2040

Bus Statistics I

4

A

CIS 1020, and MATH 1010 or FIN 1380

MGT 2050

Legal Environ of Bus

3

A

Recommended BUS 1050

MGT 2350

Bus Statistics II

3

F

MGT 2040, and MATH 1090 or MATH 1050

MGT 2950

Entrepreneur Forum

1

A

 

MGT 2990

Current Topics

1-3

TBA

variable, contact department

MATH 1050

College Algebra

4

A

Within the last year MATH 1010 w/C grade or better or appropriate Accuplacer score

 

OR

 

 

 

MATH 1090

College Algebra Business

3

A

Within the last year MATH 1010 w/C grade or better or appropriate Accuplacer score

 

Sample Schedule

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

  ACCT 2010

3

  ACCT 2020

3

  BUS 1050

3

  BUS 2200

3

  ENGL 1010

3

  MGT 1020

3

  FIN 1380

3

  MGT 2070

3

  MKTG 1030

3

  MKTG 1960

3

 

 

  ELEC

3

Total

15

Total

18

 

Advising Notes

Students who need to take preparatory classes to meet the requirements of first semester courses should plan on extra time to complete the program. The classes designed to assist students in reaching the skill level necessary to enter the certificate and degree programs are computer applications, MATH 0990. Any class in the preparatory skills may be waived for students who can demonstrate equivalent skills.

It is the student’s responsibility to examine each course description for details of prerequisite classes. Those prerequisites must be satisfied before class may be taken.

 

Program Student Learning Outcomes

Related College-Wide Student Learning Outcomes

  • Understand fundamentals of business and the relationship of business to society.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of local and national laws.
  • Perform planning for a small business.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of distribution systems.
  • Design and analyze production operations and supply chain networks.

1 – Acquire Substantive Knowledge

  • Communicate effectively in writing.
  • Communicate effectively verbally.
  • Communicate effectively numerically.

2 – Communicate Effectively

  • Choose and perform appropriate analyses for quantitative and qualitative data.

3 – Develop Quantitative Literacy

  • Extract relevant data from complex information, process it appropriately, and draw reasonable conclusions.

4 – Think Critically

  • Engage in principled dialogue on civic issues involving local business.

5 – Civic Engagement

  • Understand the ethical considerations that are inherently involved in business.

6 – Work Professionally

  • Proficiently use computer technology.

7 – Computer & Information Literacy

Department Contact Info

Management, Marketing and Culinary Arts Division

Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Business Building (BB) 234

General Information
801-957-4073

Program Information
801-957-4483

Business Management Program

Academic Advisor
Business Building (BB) 132A
801-957-4323

Program Faculty

Professors
Don Gren
Roger Lee
Amar Sahay

Associate Professors
Karen Killinger
Melodee Lambert

Assistant Professors
Basil Chelemes
Edward Engh

Instructors
Don Skousen