Management - Supervision

Herb Wesson III from Assemblymember Jones-Sawyer's office; Dr. Michael Reese, LATTC VP of Academic Affairs; Dr. Marcia Wilson, LATTC Dean of Pathway Innovation and Institutional Effectiveness; and Congresswoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove prepare to cut the ribbon at the Center’s grand opening.

Program Overview

The Management/Supervision program is designed to prepare students for managerial responsibilities in business by studying both fundamentals of business operations and human relations. This program will add basic management/supervisory skills to their current occupation or technical skills they may already possess. Course work will cover the basic business management skills with emphasis on human relations, leadership, written and oral communications that relates to managerial/supervisory positions. Graduates of this program should be able to improve one’s promotability and will be eligible for jobs as assistant managers, management trainees, supervisors, team leaders, first line managers and a wide range of other entry level positions. Non managers/supervisors will also increase their knowledge of basic business functions and enhance their current job performance.

By fulfilling the program requirements, students will increase their abilities to negotiate successfully, build and manage teams, manage projects, resolve conflicts, communicate and motivate teams to achieving departmental and organizational success. Students will also understand and will be able to apply management/supervision concepts in real world situations whether they are in business for themselves or working within government, private or non profit industries.

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Business & Civic Engagement Pathway (BCE)


Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

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Program Details

Award Title Award Type Required Course Units Total Major Units GE Units
Management / Supervision AA 47 47 21
Management / Supervision C 33 33