Students who complete the outlined course of study will be prepared for entry-level positions in the world of business. They will have acquired necessary skills, education, and classroom experience to understand basic business concepts and be able to contribute these skills to any entry-level position to business.
It is anticipated that there will be 30-45 completers annually.
The purpose of the program is to prepare the students for the21st century work place. The certificate will allow students to achieve proficiency in basic knowledge and skills related to computer concepts, human relations, and general business. The learning outcomes include, introduction to computer and information systems concepts and terminology, overview of hardware and software, types of information systems and their roles in business, organizational structure and design, organization communication, leadership, human resources management, marketing, entrepreneurship, legal, accounting and financial practices, and economic systems.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will:
1. Demonstrate an understanding and application of human relations and professional workplace behaviors.
2. Identify, assess and critically evaluate basic business theory, functions, and skills required to manage effectively in a complex global environment.
The program will provide the necessary 21st Century basic business skills and education to gainfully employed workers and students from the local communities. The intended positive outcomes of the certificate are to help with job advancement, promotions, and employability in the surrounding communities and region. This program will be fed by the local State Center Adult Education Consortium, employers, and adults looking for a general business certificate. The certificate includes core classes in the General Business program, which allows students to apply these classes to their continued higher education path. In addition, the certificate will help continue grow the Business Department and help facilitate the process for accreditation at the Madera Community College Campus.
|9 units||BA 10 BA 33 IS 15||Introduction to Business Human Relations in Business Computer Concepts||3 3 3||Yr 1/2, Fall or Spring Yr 1/2, Fall or Spring Yr 1/2, Fall or Spring|
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Votes were certified on 11/05/19
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