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Management Development
Program Code: 10-196-1

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Associate Degree: 64 Credits
Appleton Campus
Financial Aid Eligible
Accelerated Format Only

Career Opportunities

As a graduate of the Management Development (Supervisory Management) program, you may locate employment in a wide cross section of businesses, from large industrial companies to small service-oriented franchises. Typical positions available to you include department manager, supervisor, team leader, and facilitator in areas such as manufacturing, banking, education, government, health, insurance and retail.

Program Description

The Management Development (Supervisory Management) program provides you with the skills and knowledge necessary to be a successful leader in today's fast changing work environment. The program is designed to train and educate you in supervisory/leadership skills in service, manufacturing and non-profit organizations. You will develop skills in leadership, human resources, teamwork, quality, finance, marketing, operations, labor relations/business law, employee training, problem solving, and safety. In addition, you will develop communication skills in writing and speaking.

If you work full-time, evening courses allow you to complete an associate degree program on a part-time basis. Day classes are offered at the Oshkosh and Appleton campuses. Some courses are offered in Appleton, Chilton, Clintonville, Oshkosh and Waupaca.

Program/Plan Admission Requirements

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:

  • Utilize quality strategies and tactics.
  • Apply effective leadership skills.
  • Apply Human Resource policies and procedures.
  • Perform supervisory management functions to achieve organizational objectives.

Program Offered at These Locations
  • Appleton—1825 N. Bluemound Drive

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For additional program/admission information, View Program Plan.

Will my credits transfer to a 4-year college?

Students must follow the program curriculum in place at the time of enrollment into the program.
If you have questions, contact your advisor.

2014-15 Educational Program