Management

About Management (MGMT) Studies

A Career in Management or as an Entrepreneur – We Have Courses for You. 

Understanding the principles of business management can open a world of opportunity. The Business management area of study at East Los Angeles College prepares you for success in a variety of disciplines. The management courses prepare students as entrepreneurs, small business owners, supervisors, and organization managers. 

Course in Management: Take a course and build your knowledge of management and entrepreneurship. 

  • Management 02 (MGMT 02): Organization and Management Theory 
  • Management 06 (MGMT 06): Public Relations in Business 
  • Management 13 (MGMT 13): Small Business Entrepreneurship 
  • Management 15 (MGMT 15): Small Business Management II (Advanced) 

Business Management: Skills Certificate, Certificates of Achievement, and Associate in Arts in Business Management:

Build your resume or follow a well-rounded path toward understanding what
it means to operate a business or manage a small business.  Here at ELAC, you have three opportunities to build your knowledge and build your resume in management to you can grow your own business or advance in a career. 

  • Micro Business Management – Skills Certificate (12 – 14 units)
  • Business Management – Certificate of Achievement (19-21 units) 
  • Business Management – Associate in Arts Degree (42 -44 Units + 21 LACCD GE Courses) 

Career Opportunities: Start or run your own business, supervisor, general manager, or program director.

 

 

Video: Small Business Entrepreneurship

Do you want to transfer into a Degree program and emphasis in Management? Here are some examples. 

Check out these options with the California State University system:

California State University Northridge Bachelors in Science, Management

https://catalog.csun.edu/academics/mgt/programs/bs-management/

California State University Cal Poly Pomona, Management and Human Resources

https://www.cpp.edu/~cba/management-and-human-resources/index.shtml

University of California Riverside, BS in Business Administration with a Concentration in Management

https://business.ucr.edu/areas/management

The Management and Organization Department at the University of Southern California

https://www.marshall.usc.edu/departments/management-and-organization

Loyola Marymount University, Bachelors Major in Management

https://admission.lmu.edu/about/academics/majors/management/

Pepperdine University, Bachelor of Science in Management

https://bschool.pepperdine.edu/undergraduate-programs/business-management/

 

Management

CSU
LECTURE, 3 HOURS.


This is an introductory course in theory and practice of strategic management. This course connects how the management of people and resources accomplish orga­nizational goals. Students examine strategic managerial decision-making, planning, and policy under changing environments. Through case studies and research, stu­dents get a realistic account of what managers actually do and what they face.
 
CSU
LECTURE, 3 HOURS.


This course covers the essentials of business public rela­tions theory, practices, and techniques of business commu­nication strategy essential to external and organizational communication; group and interpersonal communication; social media in business; and for demanding stakeholder relationships in a new era of openness and transparency.
 
CSU
LECTURE, 3 HOURS.


This course delves into the fundamentals of small business entrepreneurship, with an emphasis on how to develop a new small business. The course also covers the processes involved in managing and growing a small business. Addi­tional areas of study include personal qualifications for starting and managing a small business, determining market opportunity, legal business formation, business plan development, marketing plan development, capital requirements, small business loans, and human resources management.