Certificate in Management: Business

The Management Certificate Program is intended to provide students with a broad background in the field of management. Students completing this certificate program will be qualified to accept entry-level positions in a variety of profit and non-profit fields.

Learn more about NVCC's part-time accelerated weekend business management certificate program available at our Waterbury and Danbury campuses.  

College Catalog

Course No. Title Credits
CORE AREA: (Required)
BBG*H101 Introduction to Business 3
BMG*H202 Principles of Management 3
BMG*H105 Supervision and Organizational Behavior 3
ACC*H113 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
Elect three of the following, totaling 9 credits:
BMG*H220 Human Resources Management


BBG*H210 Business Communication
BBG*H231 Business Law I
BMK*H201 Principles of Marketing
BMG*H105 Supervision and Organizational Behavior
ACC*H117 Principles of Managerial Accounting
  Total Credit Hours 21

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of management, human resources, and organizational development in an entry level management position.
  • Identify the skills needed to organize thoughts and ideas, and demonstrate the ability to communicate, verbally and in writing, in a manner that can be easily understood in the business environment.
  • Solve math problems related to various aspects of management including accounting, finance and operations.
  • Understand and practice the various functions of management as well as the nature and responsibilities of a manager.
  • Develop an understanding of the decision-making process and demonstrate effective decision-making.
  • Demonstrate an ability to define management problems, examine alternatives and decide on the best course of action, and submit these in writing to higher management.
  • Develop a personal philosophy of management, enabling him/her to perform as a manager, staff specialist or as a subordinate.
  • Develop an understanding of the nature of change and how to adapt to the accelerating, global environment.
  • Demonstrate a knowledge and use of technological innovations as they apply to management.
  • Develop an ability to interpret management information from various sources such as financial statements, annual reports, and publications.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the competitive pressures brought by effectiveness, efficiency and innovation issues on organizations.
  • Demonstrate a responsible attitude in relationships with employers, fellow employees, working groups, and the macro environment.

Program Coordinator
Donna A Marotti-Delieto
203-596-8683 (p)
Room: E519c
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