Management Development Training

A manager accomplishes department objectives by managing and motivating staff, planning and evaluating department activities.They may select, hire and orient employees, as well as communicating job expectations, monitoring results, coaching employees and coordinating systems in an effort to maintain quality service. Managers are also responsible for maintaining a safe, secure and legal work environment.

Most managers operate under normal business hours, but some may work weekends and evening hours depending on the organization for which they work.


Special Requirements
You must be at least age 18 and have high school diploma or GED®. An associate or bachelor’s degree is often preferred.


Information Unique to the Training
This training is designed for new or aspiring managers and supervisors, or for anyone currently in a management or supervisory role, who has never had the benefit of formal management training.


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  • Prerequisites
  • Courses
    MGT410 Management Basics: Foundations for Success*
    Tuesdays and Thursday
    Sept. 10 -17, 6 - 9:15 p.m. (3 sessions)

    MGT401 Building a Winning Team: Interviewing, Selecting & Hiring Employees
    Tuesday and Thursday
    Oct. 8 and 10, 6 - 9:15 p.m. (2 sessions)

    MGT388 Effective Performance Appraisals
    Nov. 2, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (1 session)

    MGT381 Coaching Employees to Peak Performance

    MGT399 Managing Using Emotional Intelligence

    MGT400 HR Legal Issues for Managers
    Tuesday and Thursday
    Dec. 3 and 5, 6 - 9:15 p.m. (2 sessions)

    MGT411 Conflict Management

    MGT412 Fostering Diversity in the Workplace

    MGT413 Communications Skills for Managers
    Tuesday and Thursday
    Nov. 12 and 14, 6 - 9:15 p.m. (2 sessions)

    MGT414 Leading Change in the Workplace
    Monday and Wednesday
    Sept. 24 and 26, 6 - 9:15 p.m. (2 sessions)

    MGT415 Leading High Performance Teams

*The first course in the series; it's recommended to be taken first when pursuing the Continuing Education certificate.

Courses can be taken individually to enhance specific competencies. All courses may not be offered in each schedule.


Approximate Number of Hours

69 hours


Approximate Training Cost*



Licensure/Certification Earned



Related Continuing Education Courses



Estimated Hourly Wage**

Income varies by company and position though it is often higher than the manager's employees.


*Unless noted, the cost does not include required textbooks and related material; applicable licensing, background check and testing fees; and prerequisite courses.

**Wages are based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and are estimates only. 


For information about advancing your career in Business Administration with an A.A. degree, call the Admissions office at 410-386-8430.

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