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Riverside Campus
1020 Grove Blvd 78741
Building G Room 9143
Austin, Texas
(512) 223-6710
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MANAGEMENT
Associate of Applied Science Degree


Management is a two-year college program that includes individual management courses and specialized courses appropriate to individual academic interest, current or future work activities, and/or possible transfer to other colleges or universities. It is strongly recommended that you contact ACC counselors and/or colleges or universities you may wish to transfer ACC courses to prior taking these courses.

Two Management Certificate Programs are also offered. Graduates of the Management AAS may wish to pursue a four-year non-traditional occupational education degree (Bachelors of Applied Arts and Science, BAAS).

Students desiring to pursue a traditional Bachelor of Business Administration degree, may want to take some Management courses, but should be enrolled under the Associate of Science in Business Administration degree plan. Applicants for admission to the program must fulfill the general requirements for admission to Austin Community College. For more information see a Management advisor.

Semester I

Program Course # Course Title Semester Hours
BUSI 1301
Business Principles
3
ENGL 1301
English Composition I
3
+
Mathematics 1
3
ECON 2302
Principles of Microeconomics OR
3
ECON 2301
Principles of Macroeconomics
MRKG 1311
Principles of Marketing
3
 
TOTALS
15


Semester II
Program Course #
Course Title Semester Hours
BMGT 1327
Principles of Management
3
BMGT 1301
Supervision
+
Humanities/Fine Arts 2
3
SPCH 1315
Personal Computing
 

Humanities/Visual and Performing

Art

3
SPCH 1315
Public Speaking
3
HRPO 2307
Organizational Behavior
3
 
TOTALS
15

Semester III
Program Course # Course Title Semester Hours
ACCT 2301
Principles of Accounting I - -Financial
3
HRPO 2301
Human Resources Management
3
BUSG 1304
Introduction to Financial Advising:

Personal Finance OR

 

3

BUSG 1303
Principles of Finance
BUSI 2301
Business Law I OR
3
BUSI 2302
Business Law II
+
Management Elective 4
3
 
TOTALS
15

Semester IV

Program Course # Course Title Semester Hours
+ ACCT 2302
Principles of Accounting II -Managerial
3
BMGT 1341
Business Ethics
3
+
Management Elective 4
3
+#
Management Capstone 5
3
+ ENGL 2311
Technical & Business Writing
3
 
TOTALS
15

TOTALS 60

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.

# Capstone course

1 Required Math courses include MATH 1425, MATH 1314, MATH 1324, or MATH 1342.
2 Select from the appropriate section of the General Education Course List.
4 Management electives include courses from the listing of management courses in this catalog.
5 Capstone electives include BMGT 2309 and BMGT 2389.

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