Glen Oaks Community College

Management/Supervision Certificate

Do you consider yourself an effective communicator? Can you work well with people and lead teams to problem solving to reach success in meeting goals?

The Glen Oaks Management/Supervision Certificate prepares students for entry-level management/supervision positions. Students are introduced to concepts and theories of management and essential skills for managing employees in the workplace.

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Program Information

Consider a career in management/supervision if you are good at seeing the big picture, have the ability to inspire others in pursuing a common goal, and are not afraid of having difficult conversations.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of management occupations is projected to grow nine percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations, which will result in about 878,300 new jobs. Employment growth is expected to be driven by the formation of new organizations and expansion of existing ones, which should require more people to manage these operations.

Managers or supervisors lead teams, departments or buildings. They are knowledgeable about their products or groups; they set goals and lead their teams toward accomplishing them.

Managers have more and different roles than those they supervise, and ultimately they are responsible for the quality of the product or service that their workers make or perform. They set schedules, delegate work, pick up the slack when their group is shorthanded, help solve problems between employees, advocate on behalf of their employees to upper management, and sometimes need to hire or fire people.

Good interpersonal relationships are an important management skill, and great managers inspire their people to do their best work.

The median annual wage for management occupations was $100,790 in May 2016, which was the highest wage of all the major occupational groups. Salaries will vary depending on the type of industry, i.e. manufacturing, education, health care, etc.

Apply your certificate toward a degree

This certificate program applies toward the Associate of Applied Science in Business Degree (62 credits) which is designed for those moving directly into the workplace upon graduation. This flexible degree offers a wide range of classroom experiences in accounting, computers, management, marketing, administrative assistant, supervision and medical-related careers.

Management/Supervision Certificate

Do you consider yourself an effective communicator? Can you work well with people and lead teams to problem solving to reach success in meeting goals?

The Glen Oaks Management/Supervision Certificate prepares students for entry-level management/supervision positions. Students are introduced to concepts and theories of management and essential skills for managing employees in the workplace.

Shot of a confident young businessman working in a modern office
Program Information

Consider a career in management/supervision if you are good at seeing the big picture, have the ability to inspire others in pursuing a common goal, and are not afraid of having difficult conversations.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of management occupations is projected to grow nine percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations, which will result in about 878,300 new jobs. Employment growth is expected to be driven by the formation of new organizations and expansion of existing ones, which should require more people to manage these operations.

Managers or supervisors lead teams, departments or buildings. They are knowledgeable about their products or groups; they set goals and lead their teams toward accomplishing them.

Managers have more and different roles than those they supervise, and ultimately they are responsible for the quality of the product or service that their workers make or perform. They set schedules, delegate work, pick up the slack when their group is shorthanded, help solve problems between employees, advocate on behalf of their employees to upper management, and sometimes need to hire or fire people.

Good interpersonal relationships are an important management skill, and great managers inspire their people to do their best work.

The median annual wage for management occupations was $100,790 in May 2016, which was the highest wage of all the major occupational groups. Salaries will vary depending on the type of industry, i.e. manufacturing, education, health care, etc.

Apply your certificate toward a degree

This certificate program applies toward the Associate of Applied Science in Business Degree (62 credits) which is designed for those moving directly into the workplace upon graduation. This flexible degree offers a wide range of classroom experiences in accounting, computers, management, marketing, administrative assistant, supervision and medical-related careers.