2012-2013 Academic Catalog 
    
    Sep 24, 2021  
2012-2013 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mid-Management, A.A.S.


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The Mid-Management program is designed for students who have at least five years of supervisory work experience. The curriculum builds on this work experience by awarding academic credit for both this experience and nontraditional schooling. The remaining degree hours are drawn from general studies and business courses.

I. Management Evaluation: 18 Semester Hours


Management Evaluation will be awarded via an appraisal of documented work experience and non-traditional school as described in sections A and B below.

A. Non-Traditional Schooling: 6 Semester Hours


The courses may be completed through any combination of the following means as long as a minimum of 6 hours is achieved: any CLEP examination, USAFI course or test, military service schools, cooperative education, industrial courses, college transfer credit related to management or supervision, additional MGMT, ECON, ISDS, MKTG, or FINR courses offered at Southwest, or some of the special courses offered by the Corporate Training & Continuing Education Department. 

B. Work Experience: 12 Semester Hours


To receive work experience credit a student must have served in a supervisory or managerial position for no less than five years. The first three years of experience are considered to be an Apprenticeship. The final two years are considered for award of academic credit. Six credit hours may be awarded for each year (of the final two) of documented supervisory work experience. Students must satisfy the 12-hour requirement prior to graduation. 

II. Professional Management Courses: 27 Credits


III. General Education Requirements: 15 Credits


Total Program Credits: 60


This program of study is designed as a terminal degree for a specific career field.

1 Credit awarded for work experience and nontraditional education must be approved by the Business Studies Department Chairperson and the division Dean.

2 Select a combination of six courses from ECON, FINR, ISDS, MGMT, MKTG, and ACCT.

3 Review General Education pages and/or consult advisor for correct selection.

Note: Cooperative Education courses are available for this major.

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