Are you looking for a solid career path that will always be in demand? Do you wish you could advance into management, or learn to be a better supervisor in your current job? Would like to add practical business skills to your résumé?
Whether you’re a new, aspiring or seasoned supervisor or manager, Management programs can help you develop practical skills. You'll learn the most current tools, techniques, and theories in process management, team building, group decision-making, communications and human relations. Courses in Management are offered at all seven colleges of DCCCD.
Since most of our students are working professionals, we know that you need to maximize your education time. Choose from on-campus classes or online classes that you can attend at your convenience — from home, from work or while traveling.
Our on-the-job cooperative education component allows working students the opportunity to improve management skills while earning up to 12 college credit hours. Mentoring programs provide guidance and feedback from professors who have years of experience in the business world.
Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas’s targeted occupations lists eight separate business management and administration positions as high-growth areas this year. Projections include 26,000 general manager positions available at an average of $60.80 per hour; 10,020 positions as business operations specialists at $37.87 per hour; and 16,900 accountants and auditors at $35.80 per hour.
America’s Career Infonet projects high increase (more than 10 percent) in a number of management jobs in various fields. More than 20 percent job growth is projected through 2022 in management positions in administrative services, computer and information systems, marketing, and medical and health services – the top growth area.
U.S. News and World Report’s Money Careers lists business operations manager as number 10 and financial manager as number 18 in its top 25
“best business jobs.”
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