Central Ohio Technical College Business Management. Associate of Applied Business Degree. What is Business Management?.
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Central Ohio Technical CollegeBusiness Management Associate of Applied Business Degree
What is Business Management? Management in all business and organizational activities is the act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives by using available resources efficiently and effectively.
Student Characteristics • Dedication • Discipline • Desire to learn • Openness to change • Flexibility • Ability to meet deadlines • Ability to work in teams
Career Opportunities • Sales Managers; • Sales Representatives; • Customer Service Representatives; • Entrepreneurs; • Office Managers; • Supervisors; • Team Leaders; • Claims Processors; • Human Resource Generalists;
Effective Management Skills • Organizational perspective • Communication Skills • People Skills • Self knowledge ment • Honesty • Time Management • Effective Leader • Self Motivated • Organized • Loyal
Entry Level Salary's for the following careers. • Sales and Marketing Manager • Customer Service Representatives • Human Resource Generalists • Office Manager • Claims Processors
The founder of McDonald's has a Bachelor degree in Hamburgerology Dell computers was created by a nineteen year old with only one thousand dollars. Bill gates the founder of Microsoft was a high school drop out. The creator of the Nike swoosh was only paid thirty five dollars for the design. Walt Disney World generate over 120,000 pounds of waste a day. Business Fun Facts:
About COTC Business Program • The business program requires students to take introductory courses in management, human resources, marketing and entrepreneurship. • This allows the students to apply skills in decision-making, analysis, and critical thinking.
Why choose COTC? • Students enrolled in the program can choose between the following areas for further education in their business plan of study such as Entrepreneurships, Human resources, Marketing and Sales, Management or Office Administration. • There are four locations to choose from to attend classes, Coshocton Campus, Newark Campus, Knox Campus and Pataskala Campus.
Online opportunity's Central Ohio Technical College offers a complete online program for the business management associates degree. This encourages students who are mothers, fathers, full time employees to have a flexible plan of study to further their education.
Transferability • Attending COTC makes it easy to transfer credits to continue your education for a bachelors degree. • Some nearby institutions: DeVry, Franklin, Mount Vernon Nazarene, Ohio Dominican, Ohio Christian and Otterbein universities.
High School options at COTC COTC is committed to provide opportunity's for high school students to expand curricular options by earning college credits. Duel enrollment process are classes held at the high school taught by high school teacher for college credits free of charge. Concurrent enrollment is earning a college credit at the college for half price. Tech Prep Program is where you can enroll in a tech prep program near your local career system and earn college credits from a partnership of COTC.
Workforce Development innovation Customized contact training ( not for college credit). Customized training for college credits. College also will review past training and life experiences for college credit. Technical skills training for leadership communication skills. Support for entrepreneurial needs. Developing stackable certifies that lead to degree completion.
How to get started? • Apply online at www.cotc.edu there is a one time fee of $20 for registration. • Meet with an academic advisor for a tour and information pertaining your degree of choice. • Apply for FASFA and student loans if needed. • Schedule for a COMPASS testing to see what college level you are at. • Attend orientation, register for classes and purchase books.
Accreditation • Central Ohio Technical College is accredited by the higher learning commission and is a member of the North Central Association. • Phone: 312.263.0456 • Website www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org