The Contemporary Management Program, designed specifically for working adults, provides the academic credentials and advanced skills necessary for upward mobility in area businesses. This “accelerated” degree program combines reduced in-class instruction with outside assignments; therefore, each 4-credit course meets only one night per week for five weeks plus an additional eight-hour summary session. This unique program design allows working adults to earn a degree in a short period of time while keeping their full-time job. In addition, individuals may receive credit through a portfolio process for prior college-level learning whether in a classroom or on the job. Faculty assessors will review each participant's background and grant credit if applicable.
Because of its fast-paced format, a very high level of maturity and dedication will be required of students in this program. Each student should discuss his/her interest in taking these accelerated courses with a faculty advisor from the business department.
|1st Fall||Hours||Term Taken||Grade|
|MGT||200||Foundations of Business||4|
|MGT||203||Human Resource Management||4|
|Oct||Meet with Success Coach or Advisor
Complete FAFSA for upcoming fall term
|Nov||Register for next semester|
|MGT||205||Marketing in the Global Economy||4|
|MGT||207||Managerial Accounting & Finance||4|
|SPCH||1010||Fundamentals of Speech Communications||3|
|Mar||Meet with Success Coach or Advisor|
|Apr||Register for next semester|
|SOCI||1020||Social Problems (Recommended) OR
Social/Behavioral Science Elective
|MATH||1530||Introductory Statistics (Recommended) OR
|Sept||Complete Intent to Graduate with Faculty Advisor|
|Oct||Meet with Faculty Advisor|
|Nov||Register for next term|
|MUS||1030||Music Appreciation (Recommended) OR
|BIOL||2015||Environmental Science (Recommended) OR
Natural Science Elective
|Feb||Take Exit Exam (ETS Proficiency Profile)|
|Mar||Begin job search using RaiderRecruit|
1The following is a list of four Contemporary Management courses from which you may choose to apply toward satisfying this requirement:
MGT 208-Training and Development
MGT 209-Interpersonal Communication
MGT 225-Resolving Conflict/Negotiation
The elective hours may also be obtained through Prior Learning Credit, Cooperative Education, and/or the successful completion of various other courses. For more information, go to www.roanestate.edu/mgt
2Students may take BUSN 1362, BUSN 2390, BUSN 2365, BUSN 2385, BUSN 1370 or INFS 1010 to fulfill requirement.
3This course should be taken during the final year of coursework and/or after the completion of MGT courses.
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
This program is designed for students who plan to enter the workforce upon graduation. Students intending to transfer to a baccalaureate program are advised to follow the Associate of Science degree program.
Students pursuing this area of study will be advised by the Social Science, Business and Education Division.