Management - Management Associate and Certificate Degrees
Interested in advancing your career? See a snapshot of what the Management Program can offer, or get a detailed description of the program from the professor.
Fall 2015 Information and Syllabi
Courses: HRPO 2301, Section 21501 –
Human Resource Management (3 credit hours) and BMGT 1383, Section 21501 –
Cooperative Education, Management (3 credit hours)
Classes meet on Mondays only, from 5:40 to 9 p.m. in Bldg. M, Room M115.
The first class will be Aug. 31. NOTE:
Registration for fall college classes ends Aug. 26.
This site contains information for Brookhaven College’s Management Program (Associate Degree and Certificate).
Degree plan request - Print this form, fill it out and submit it to the degree audit person in the Advising Center, Building S, Room S113, to see which of your courses will apply to or transfer into the Management Associate Degree and Management Certificate. Check the correct box and fill in the degree name for “Associate in Applied Science-Management Degree” or “Certificate - Management.” If you want a degree plan for both the Certificate and the Associate Degree, turn in two separate forms. Be sure that official transcripts from all colleges you have attended are on file. You do not have to submit transcripts from any Dallas County Community Colleges. You may also fax this form to the Advising Center at 972-860-4664.
Application for graduation - Print this form and fill it out. Check the correct box and fill in the degree name for “Associate in Applied Science-Management Degree” or “Certificate - Management.” If you are graduating with both the Certificate and the Associate Degree at the same time, turn in two separate forms. Be sure to turn this form in to the degree audit person in the Advising Center, Building S, Room S113, early in the semester in which you intend to complete the Certificate or Associate. If you will complete the Certificate this semester and the Associate in a later semester, go ahead and obtain the Certificate now. If you do not receive a letter or email from the degree audit person during the semester, be sure and contact them personally to be sure you will graduate on time. You may also fax this form to the Advising Center at 972-860-4664.
Business Studies Division
3939 Valley View Lane
Farmers Branch, TX 75244
Put instructor’s name on all faxes.