What You’ll Learn at LASC in Business Administration: Management/Supervision
You can get Associate in Arts (AA) through LASC’s Business Administration program where you will develop and strengthen your management and leadership skills, and establish real-world connections to launch your career in management or supervision:
- Improve your critical-thinking and problem-solving skills to analyze information and strategize the next steps to help companies succeed.
- Learn how to effectively lead and oversee a group of people in a work environment through constructive communication, proficient technical skills, and in-depth knowledge of business fundamentals to ensure a company’s goals are being met.
- Gain invaluable experience working to help bring projects to fruition by managing processes and people.
- Dive into the diversity of today’s 21st-century ways of managing and supervising to find out how traditional management principles have melded with modern principles driven by technology.
- LASC provides internships so you can build your career connections and create community ties for after you graduate.
- Check for upcoming innovative workshops, events, and business fairs hosted by LASC’s School of Career and Technical Education to strengthen your business skills, network with community leaders and local business owners, and develop a deeper knowledge for all of the different aspects of the business.
- LASC leads the way in promoting business thinkers and doers through innovative academic programs, such as the Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) to help educate and connect aspiring business owners to their careers and industry interests. And, LASC was awarded the Entrepreneurial College Award in 2017 by the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) due to its leadership in starting entrepreneurially-minded programs.
- Want to transfer? Get an Associate in Arts degree in Business Administration: Management/Supervision and save money on your first two years of college learning from dedicated, knowledgeable faculty. Check with your counselor to make sure the courses and units you are taking will transfer to your chosen university.