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Management

Degrees Offered

Required courses and specifics about degrees offered in this program

This program is available:
  • online
  • on-campus at NTC
Faculty

Carsha Lapp
(218) 333-6667
carsha.lapp@ntcmn.edu

Management

World economics, e-commerce and advancing technology have changed the way we do business and created a wildly competitive marketplace. NTC’s management program can help you develop the skills you need to earn satisfying management positions in a variety of industries. While our program will give you introductory level training in sales, marketing and management theory, the majority of your coursework will be focused on the development of your management knowledge and skillset. You will learn about management theory, office management, fiscal management and responsibility, managing human resources and how computer technology impacts this industry. You have the option to choose from on-campus and online coursework, which allows you the flexibility and convenience of earning your degree while you continue to work.

Classroom and hands-on training will cover topics including:

  • Principles of management
  • Human resource management
  • Small business management
  • Budget & financial management
  • Supervisory leadership

Employment

In today’s competitive marketplace, the businesses that succeed are those that are focused, organized and well managed which creates an increased demand for management expertise. Management career paths offer a wide variety of positions ranging from entry-level supervisory positions and department managers to office managers and executive positions depending on your level of knowledge, talent and ambition.

See more information about careers in management.

Next Steps

Our unique program platform makes is possible for you to begin with your certification in sales, marketing or management, progress to your diploma in sales and marketing, and ultimately earn an AAS degree in sales, marketing and management.

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