Retail Management - CCL
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better required for all courses within the program.
|ACC111||Accounting Principles I||3|
|BPC110||Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR|
|CISI05||Survey of Computer Information Systems (3)||3|
|+||ENG101||First-Year Composition (3) OR|
|+||ENG107||First-Year Composition for ESL (3)||3|
|GBS110||Human Relations in Business and Industry (3) OR|
|MGT251||Human Relations in Business (3)||3|
|GBS131||Business Calculations (3) OR|
|+||MAT102||Mathematical Concepts and Applications (3)||3|
|COM110||Interpersonal Communication (3) OR|
|IND133||Speaking in Business (3)||3|
|MGT101||Techniques of Supervision (3) OR|
|MGT229||Management and Leadership I (3)||3|
|MGT179||Utilizing the Human Resources Department (3) OR|
|MGT276||Personnel/Human Resources Management (3)||3|
|MKT271||Principles of Marketing||3|
- Demonstrate the application of fundamental accounting principles and procedures utilizing standard applications and current information technologies. (ACC111)
- Explain fundamental computer concepts and programming techniques and perform basic operations on the computer. (BPC110, CISI05)
- Identify the principal verbal and nonverbal signals used in employee communication. (COM110, IND133)
- Demonstrate contemporary written communication skills by producing memos, letters, informal and formal reports. (ENG101, ENG107, GBS233)
- Demonstrate skills in leading, negotiating, and working in harmony with others in a business setting. (GBS110, MGT251)
- Solve business problems involving bank reconciliation, percent, fractions, decimals, payroll, interest, present value, and depreciation. (GBS131, MAT102)
- Describe various leadership styles and management techniques and explain their use in contemporary business settings. (MGT101, MGT229)
- Identify current trends and career opportunities within the industry. (MGT179, MGT276)
- Describe basic departmental, merchandising, and advertising operations. (MKT268)
- Apply marketing principles to the development of a marketing strategy. (MKT271)
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