Management/Supervision (MGT)

MGT-299  Special Projects: Management  

1-3 Unit (IS 16-54)

Students with previous course work in the program may do special projects that involve research and special study. The actual nature of the project must be determined in consultation with the supervising instructor.

Prerequisite: Two Management classes must be completed prior to enrollment; a contract must be completed with the instructor prior to enrollment.

Transfers to CSU only

MGT-500  Introduction to Management (formerly MGT-103)  

3 Units (LEC 48-54)

This course will introduce students to the task of managing; the history of management; and the roles of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling on both a domestic and global level. Students will review the roles of information systems and management theories and will examine current issues in management. (formerly MGT 103)

Transfers to CSU only

MGT-505  Organizational Behavior (formerly MGT-108)  

3 Units (LEC 48-54)

This course covers the impact of different management practices and leadership styles on worker satisfaction and morale, organizational effectiveness, productivity, and profitability. Topics include coverage of formal and informal organizations, group dynamics, motivation, and managing conflict and change. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze different types of interpersonal situations and determine an appropriate course of action. *Cross-listed as ENGR-505. (formerly MGT 108)

Transfers to CSU only

MGT-520  Principles of Marketing Management (formerly MGT-205)  

3 Units (LEC 48-54)

This course presents an overview of marketing management in today's business. Topics emphasize the environment of marketing, determining target markets, product planning, pricing, promotion and distribution. This course is designed for students pursuing a business career, considering ownership of a small business or business owners who wish to advance their marketing skills. (formerly MGT 205)

Transfers to CSU only

MGT-538  Personnel Management (formerly MGT-138)  

3 Units (LEC 48-54)

This course is designed to develop an understanding of personnel management techniques for which managers are responsible, including human resources planning, employee recruitment, selection, training and development, performance appraisal, compensation, safety and security, and relationships with unionized employees. Management of the human resource function is covered. (formerly MGT 138)

Prerequisite: MGT-500 (with a grade of C or better).

Transfers to CSU only

MGT-549  Cooperative Work Experience: Management (formerly MGT-149)  

0.5-8 Units CWE Paid 75-300/Unpaid 60-240

This course is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning station relating to the students' educational or occupational goal (Title 5 section 55252). Students may earn a maximum of (8) semester credit hours during one enrollment period. Students may earn up to a total of 16 semester credit hours for all Cooperative Work Experience Education. Offered as pass/no pass only. (formerly MGT 149)

Other Enrollment Criteria: Each student must be enrolled for the full semester and have completed one course in the discipline. A training agreement must be completed prior to registration. Please refer to the Cooperative Work Experience Student Handbook for specific information.

Transfers to CSU only

MGT-760  Elements of Supervision (formerly MGT-098)  

3 Units (LEC 48-54)

This course applies principles, strategies, and techniques of supervising individuals, teams, and departments. The course emphasizes planning, organizing, and creating systems in employee training, development, and motivation. Additionally, the course covers issues related to employee discipline, diversity, and employment regulations. (formerly MGT 098)

Not transferable

MGT-770  Productivity Management (formerly MGT-133)  

3 Units (LEC 48-54)

This course surveys and researches the role productivity plays in various business structures. Included is a study of internal and external factors contributing to productivity and the effects national and global elements have on productivity. Students will survey and research management theories, practices and methods. Through case study analysis, students will apply techniques to analyze current productivity and apply methods to sustain and improve productivity. (formerly MGT 133)

Prerequisite/Corequisite: MGT-500 (with a grade of C or better).

Not transferable