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Supervisory Management

Supervisory Management 

Anoka Technical College Supervisory Management programs prepare individuals to perform successfully as supervisors.

The Supervisory Management program includes:
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Supervisory Management 
  • Human Resource Development certificate
  • Quality Supervision certificate
  • Supervisory Leadership certificate

The certificates can stand alone or be combined with general education credits to complete the AAS degree.

The Anoka Technical College Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Supervisory Management is a 60-credit program.  The Supervisory Management program certificates are the building blocks of the AAS. Combine the certificates with fifteen (15) general education/MnTC to meet the AAS requirements.  

Education Your Way!
  • Complete certificates in any order.
  • Complete your AAS according to your schedule.

Course Prerequisites

Some courses may require appropriate  score or completing basic math, basic English and/or reading courses with a “C” or better.

 

Program Learning Outcomes

By completing this program, students will achieve the following learning outcomes.

  1. Apply effective diversity strategies in the workplace.
  2. Demonstrate critical and analytical thinking skills.
  3. Practice professional behavior and interpersonal communication skills. 
  4. Develop and implement change strategies
  5. Demonstrate visionary leadership.
  6. Apply ethical marketing, management, and organizational theories.
  7. Apply human resource management practices.
  8. Plan, prepare, and deliver effective oral and written communications.
  9. Demonstrate financial management skills.
  10. Utilize current technology in the workplace
  11. Apply customer-focused strategies.
  12. Apply continuous improvement strategies by exercising creativity and innovation.

Program Sequence


 Courses only offered certain semesters
 Fall Semester   
 
 SMGT  1600
 Management Education Planning
2
 SMGT  1602
 Supervision Fundamentals
3
 SMGT  1604
 Interpersonal Skills/Customer Service
2
 SMGT  1612
 Human Resources Management
3
 SMGT  1614
 Performance Management
3
 SMGT  1622
 Field Study II
2
 SMGT  1624
 Quality Tools & Creativity
3
 SMGT  1626
 Management of Safety
2
 SMGT  2600
 Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
2
   
 Spring Semester   
 
 SMGT  1606
 Managing Change & Conflict
2
 SMGT  1608  Personal Leadership
3
 SMGT  1610  Field Study I
2
 SMGT  1616
 Employment Law
2
 SMGT  1618
 Employee Training & Coaching
3
 SMGT  1620
 Work Teams & Facilitation Skills
2
 SMGT  1628
 Documentation/Written Communication Skills
2
 SMGT  1630
 Field Study III
2
 SMGT  2602
 Project Management/Problem Solving
3
 SMGT  2604
 Leadership Development
2
 
 General Education/MnTC Requirements
 15
Fifteen (15) general education credits of Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) are required. Student is required to select classes from three or more MnTC goal areas.
 

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students seeking an Associate in Applied Science (AAS), diploma, or certificate must meet the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher.

Transfer Opportunities

To see how this may transfer into other Anoka Technical College program or into another college, visit:

Industry Information

The supervisory field covers all areas of the private and public sector. Business and industry consistently seek out qualified employees who can move into the supervisory ranks.

The Anoka Technical College Supervisory Management program prepares individuals to perform successfully as supervisors.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Faculty

Nick Hockert
763-576-4195

For service during summer hours contact Enrollment Services
763-576-7710

Font-line supervisors and managers are critical to organizational effectiveness and are essential personnel in business and industry. The Human Resources (HR) certificate prepares learners to develop foundational and operational knowledge of the HR function, including recruiting, interviewing, selecting, scheduling, performance appraisal process, benefits administration, compensation, equal employment opportunity (EEO), diversity, inclusive cultures, and strategic talent management. Learners complete essential coursework and a final applied project in partnership with an actual organizations’ HR department.

Course Prerequisites

None

Program Learning Outcomes

By completing this program, students will achieve the following learning outcomes.

  1. Apply effective diversity strategies in the workplace.
  2. Demonstrate critical and analytical thinking skills.
  3. Practice professional behavior and interpersonal communication skills. 
  4. Develop and implement change strategies
  5. Demonstrate visionary leadership.
  6. Apply ethical marketing, management, and organizational theories.
  7. Apply human resource management practices.
  8. Plan, prepare, and deliver effective oral and written communications.
  9. Demonstrate financial management skills.
  10. Utilize current technology in the workplace
  11. Apply customer-focused strategies.
  12. Apply continuous improvement strategies by exercising creativity and innovation.

Program Sequence

Courses only offered certain semesters 
Fall Semester
 Course Number Course Title   Credits
 SMGT 1612  Human Resources Management
3
 SMGT 1614  Performance Management
3
 TOTAL  
6
 
 Spring Semester
 SMGT 1616
 Employment Law
2
 SMGT 1618
 Employee Training & Coaching
3
 SMGT  1620  Work Teams & Facilitation Skills
2
 SMGT  1622
 Field Study II
2
 TOTAL  
9

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students seeking an Associate in Applied Science (AAS), diploma, or certificate must meet the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher.

Transfer Opportunities

To see how this may transfer into other Anoka Technical College program or into another college, visit:

Industry Information

The human resources field covers all areas of the private and public sector. Business and industry consistently seek out qualified employees to work in human resource related areas.

The Anoka Technical College Supervisory Management program prepares individuals to perform successfully as entry-level human resources professionals. The certificate is also serves as additional training for currently employed business and office staff.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Gainful Employment Report

Faculty

Nick Hockert
763-576-4195

For service during summer hours, contact Enrollment Services
763-576-7710

Font-line supervisors and managers are critical to organizational effectiveness and are essential personal in business and industry. The Quality Supervision certificate prepares learners to develop foundational and operational knowledge of the continuous process improvement and quality management function, including total quality management and quality management function, including total quality management, Six Sigma, Lean, Kaizen, 5s, and project management. Both theory and practice are explored in depth. Learners complete essential coursework and a final applied project in partnership with an actual organization’s continuous improvement and quality management strategies and initiatives.

Course Prerequisites

None

Program Learning Outcomes

By completing this program, students will achieve the following learning outcomes.

  1. Apply effective diversity strategies in the workplace.
  2. Demonstrate critical and analytical thinking skills.
  3. Practice professional behavior and interpersonal communication skills. 
  4. Develop and implement change strategies
  5. Demonstrate visionary leadership.
  6. Apply ethical marketing, management, and organizational theories.
  7. Apply human resource management practices.
  8. Plan, prepare, and deliver effective oral and written communications.
  9. Demonstrate financial management skills.
  10. Utilize current technology in the workplace
  11. Apply customer-focused strategies.
  12. Apply continuous improvement strategies by exercising creativity and innovation.

Program Sequence

 Courses only offered certain semestes 
Fall Semester
 Course Number Course Title   Credits
 SMGT 1624
 Quality Tools & Creativity
3
 SMGT 1626  Management of Safety
2
 SMGT 2600
 Accounting for Non-Financial managers
2
 TOTAL  
7
 
Spring Semester
 SMGT 1628
 Employment Law
2
 SMGT 1630
 Employee Training & Coaching
3
 SMGT  2602  Project Management/Problem Solving
2
 SMGT  2604
 Leadership Development
2
 TOTAL  
9
 

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students seeking an Associate in Applied Science (AAS), diploma, or certificate must meet the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher.

Transfer Opportunities

To see how this may transfer into other Anoka Technical College program or into another college, visit:

Industry Information

The supervisory field covers all areas of the private and public sector. Business and industry consistently seek out qualified employees who can move into the supervisory ranks.

The Anoka Technical College Supervisory Management program prepares individuals to perform successfully as supervisors.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Gainful Employment Report

Faculty

Nick Hockert
763-576-4195

For service during summer hours, contact Enrollment Services
736-576-7710

Front-line supervisors and managers are critical to organizational effectiveness and are essential personnel in business and industry. The Supervisory Leadership certificate prepare learners to develop foundational and operational knowledge of the supervisory function, including employment law, staffing, delegation and empowerment, change leadership, team management, interpersonal communication, recognition and positive reinforcement, conflict management, and diversity/inclusion. Learners complete essential coursework and a final applied project in partnership with an actual organization’s leadership team.

Course Prerequisites

None

Program Learning Outcomes

By completing this program, students will achieve the following learning outcomes.

  1. Apply effective diversity strategies in the workplace.
  2. Demonstrate critical and analytical thinking skills.
  3. Practice professional behavior and interpersonal communication skills. 
  4. Develop and implement change strategies
  5. Demonstrate visionary leadership.
  6. Apply ethical marketing, management, and organizational theories.
  7. Apply human resource management practices.
  8. Plan, prepare, and deliver effective oral and written communications.
  9. Demonstrate financial management skills.
  10. Utilize current technology in the workplace
  11. Apply customer-focused strategies.
  12. Apply continuous improvement strategies by exercising creativity and innovation.

Program Sequence


Courses only offered certain semesters 
 Fall Semester
 Course Number Course Title   Credits
 SMGT 1600  Management Education Planning
2
 SMGT 1602  Supervision Fundamentals
3
 SMGT 1604
 Interpersonal Skills/Customer Service
2
 SMGT 1610
 Field Study
2
 TOTAL   9
 
 Spring Semester
 SMGT 1606
 Managing Change & Conflict
2
 SMGT 1608
 Personal Leadership
3
 TOTAL   5

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students seeking an Associate in Applied Science (AAS), diploma, or certificate must meet the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher.

Transfer Opportunities

To see how this may transfer into other Anoka Technical College program or into another college, visit:

Industry Information

The supervisory field covers all areas of the private and public sector. Business and industry consistently seek out qualified employees who can move into the supervisory ranks.

The Anoka Technical College Supervisory Management program prepares individuals to perform successfully as supervisors.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Faculty

Nick Hockert
763-576-4195

For service during summer hours, contact Enrollment Services
763-576-7710