The Supervision and Management Technology program leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree. The 69-credit hour curriculum is offered in the evening and online. It is designed for students who aspire to become qualified or more qualified for management and supervisory positions in business, industry and government. Courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should speak with an advisor concerning an appropriate program plan.
Program equips students with the knowledge and skills to improve their managerial decision-making abilities and become first-class supervisors and managers. It is an excellent program for people who are lead-persons or first-line supervisors and for people who are already in management, but want to strengthen their skills.
Labor Relations: Supervised study of labor problem situations which characterize labor management relations in a free enterprise economy. Case studies will be used for solving problems involving personnel in both a union and non-union plant.
Personnel Management: Objectives, functions, and organization of personnel programs. Emphasizes job evaluation, selection, and placement; education and training; safety and health; employee services; employee relationships; industrial relations; and personnel research.
Safety & Accident Prevention for Supervision: Offers the supervisor a systematic approach to a better understanding of safety and accident-preventing problems. Attention is given to prevention safety measures and understanding the causes of accidents and injuries. OSHA-approved training course.
Entry-level, $19-$27 per hour
Average, $40-$43 per hour