The Supervisory Management Program is designed to meet the increasing demand for trained supervisors. Program content provides hands-on supervisory preparation for present and future supervisors through a curriculum divided into three development areas: Core Management Skills, Personal (Self-Management) Skills and Leadership Skills Development.
Course formats include: traditional college classroom , accelerated (fastrack), online and hybrid, which is a combination of all three. Choose from this menu of options to meet your work and life schedule.
A grade of "C" or higher is required for all core (program specific) courses to graduate.
The Supervisory Management program is designed to meet the professional development needs of present and future supervisors as their organizational roles change now and in the future.
Competency-based Curriculum and Program Outcomes
The program curriculum is competency based and has specific performance outcomes for students to achieve. The curriculum and outcomes are established and maintained by an advisory board made up of employer representatives from acrosss our service area who employ positions such as those being trained in the program. The advisory board meets annually to provide input and guidance on the roles, responsibilities and competencies of a successful supervisor/manager, whether they be in a manufacturing, service, profit or non-profit industry.
Approximate program costs with starting salary (PDF, 106KB)
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