Business Management Entrepreneurship degree

Business Management Entrepreneurship degree

Thinking about getting your business degree? No need for a “gap year” – maintain your flexibility (and sanity) with our part-time option.

Southwestern’s Business Management/Entrepreneurship Associate of Applied Science degree is an online program with added opportunities to collaborate with other students and local business leaders. Enroll now and receive our College Nuts & Bolts workshop FREE, and get a great head start on college.

Our business degree will teach you to spot opportunities, launch the next great company, or join a successful business as a leader.

● Explore all aspects of business

● Discover your entrepreneurial potential

● Develop marketing skills

● Learn finance

● Understand the global marketplace

Explore the Business Management/Entrepreneurship degree and others on our Academic Pathways pages.

Contact our Student Success Center at ssc@socc.edu or call 541-888-7405 to learn more!

Southwestern offers online supervision certificate

Southwestern offers online supervision certificate

Southwestern Oregon Community College is excited to offer a new online Career Pathway Certificate in Supervision. This training can be completed in just two terms. 

The certificate in Supervision prepares people for careers in supervision and management. It is designed for those who are interested in becoming an entry level supervisor. If you are already working in the field of management, this training will further your business knowledge and skills, and help you explore your interests and goals for the future.

Students will learn the newest supervisory and management skills including: communication, conflict resolution, leadership, critical thinking, interpersonal skills, time and priority management, diversity and generational differences in the workplace, and problem solving. The courses also provide a good introduction to the realities of business. Students will participate in online management simulations where they will role play strategies to motivate employees, and work through morale and ethical decision-making processes. The goal is to train supervisors to become more effective team players, and acquire the skills to effectively supervise people.

Courses include:

  • Introduction to Business
  • Human Resources
  • Management Fundamentals
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Fundamentals of Report Writing
  • Human Relations in Organizations

Start the Certificate of Completion in Supervision spring term. Classes begin March 30, 2020, so register soon!

For more information contact Jessica Engelke at jessica.engelke@socc.edu, 541-888-7308 or Trish Price at trish.price@socc.edu, 541-888-7349.


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