Administrative Management students become qualified business professionals prepared to pursue careers that apply a blend of management, administrative, and information technology skills in contemporary administrative and information technology environments. Graduates in Administrative Management secure careers as entry- and mid-level information technology and administrative managers.
|ADMG||201||Introduction to Business||3|
|ADMG||372||Leadership and Supervision||4|
|ADMG||385||Business Communication and Report Writing||5|
|IT||260||Integrated IT Applications||5|
|IT||301||IT Security, Privacy and Ethics||3|
|IT||468||Projects In Database||4|
|RMT||340||Principles of Selling||4|
|RMT||366||Customer Relationship Management||4|
|Total Core Credits: 61|
|ADMG||373||Training & Development for Admin. & IT Support||4|
|ADMG||424||Administrative Management Policy||4|
|IT||359||Advanced Spreadsheet Applications||3|
|ADMG||490||Internship (Summer quarter only)||9-12|
|Total Specialization Credits: 28-31|
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS: 89-92
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