The Management degree enables students to acquire a broad understanding of all functional areas of a typical business, including accounting, finance, human resources, production, information systems, and marketing. This program emphasizes the management topics of leadership, motivation, communication, and team building. Students will also be taught techniques for effective decision-making and methods for setting strategic and tactical goals, planning and organizing activities, leading employees, and controlling operations in organizations.
Courses offered include: management courses in ethics, leadership, finance, and business administration. The skills learned can lead to employment in several fields including accounting, technology, hospitality, tribal leadership, food management, healthcare and even government work. This program is built on the foundations of a general Administrative Office Assistant/Administration. Courses are designed to provide a broad range of general business knowledge and specific specialized skills. The curriculum combines career-technical courses with general education courses.
Program Objectives include:
- To provide a curriculum that integrates academics.
- To provide students work-based and leadership experience.
- To provide students the skill to recognize and problem solve situations related to the management environment.
- To provide students the skills to demonstrate professional interpersonal, oral, written and technological skills.
- To provide a curriculum that integrates the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa culture into the curriculum.
- To provide students the skills to effectively apply management principles.
- To provide students the skill to demonstrate effective decision-making skills in the basic areas of business, strategy and operations.
- To provide students the skills to demonstrate personal leadership roles, functions and styles.
- To provide students the motivation and skills to continue to learn throughout life.