• Retail Management

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    This degree is sponsored by members of the retail industry and is recommended for students currently working in retail supervisory and middle management, as well as traditional students who desire to work in retail sales and progress into management roles and responsibilities. Course work is specific to the retail industry and focuses on preparing retail employees for upward mobility.

    Program Outcomes

    Upon successfully completing this degree, students should be able to demonstrate the skills necessary to work as retail sales supervisors and managers, and to advance to higher levels of responsibility including corporate advancement opportunities. Successful students will develop hard and soft skills in technology and communication to be effective team leaders and motivators. Students will experience a variety of roles in the retail industry and will pursue a career pathway that leads to increasing challenge, responsibility and opportunities.

    Careers

    Career opportunities include retail store managers, team managers, supervisors, corporate interns and trainees, and similar positions in all types of retail establishments.

    For information contact Joan Ryan, 503-594-3077 or joanr@clackamas.edu  

    Retail Management - Year 1

    • Complete the following requirements.

    • BA-104 Business Math 
      BA-131 Introduction to Business Computing 
      BA-285 Human Relations in Business 
      • TAKE WR-101 OR WR-121.
      WR-101 Communication Skills: Occupational Writing 
      WR-121 English Composition 
    • Complete the following requirements.

      • TAKE BA-111 OR BA-211.
      BA-111 General Accounting I 
      BA-211 Financial Accounting I 
      BA-206 Management Fundamentals 
      • TAKE BA-214 OR BA-205.
      BA-214 Business Communication 
      BA-205 Solving Communication Problems With Technology 
      BA-223 Principles of Marketing 
    • Complete the following requirements.

    • BA-217 Budgeting for Managers 
      BA-224 Human Resource Management 
      COMM-111 Public Speaking 

    Retail Management - Year 2

    • Complete the following requirements.

    • BA-249 Retailing 
      BA-251 Supervisory Management 
      HE-261 Community CPR 
      COMM-140 Introduction to Intercultural Communication 
    • Complete the following requirements.

      • TAKE BA-112 OR BA-212.
      BA-112 General Accounting II 
      BA-212 Financial Accounting II 
      BA-226 Business Law I 
      COMM-105 Listening 
    • Complete EC-200 or BOTH EC-201 & EC-202.

      • COMPLETE EC-200.
      EC-200 Introduction to Economics 
      • OR COMPLETE BOTH EC-201 & EC-202.
      EC-201 Principles of Economics: MICRO 
      EC-202 Principles of Economics: MACRO 
    • Complete the following requirements.

    • BA-124 Negotiation: Project Management 
      BA-238 Sales 
      BA-261 Consumer Behavior 
      • TAKE 3 CREDITS OF BA-280.
      BA-280 Business/CWE 

    Retail Management Program Electives

    • Take 9 credits of any BA/BT/HD course not already included in the Retail Management program.

      • TAKE 9 CREDITS OF ANY RETAIL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ELECTIVES.
      Business Administration
      Business Technology
      Human Devlpmt/Career Planning

     

     

  • Contact our Business Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Email us: marys@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3071

RSS Feed

Recent NewsRSS Feed

Core Ensemble THUMB

The Core Ensemble Presents ‘Tres Vidas’ at CCC

The Core Ensemble performs the music theater concert “Tres Vidas” at Clackamas Community on Thursday, Oct. 16, at noon. The performance is in the Gregory Forum at CCC’s Oregon City campus. Full Story
Harmony Campus at CCC

Brain Regeneration, Trains and Nutrition on Fall CCC Seasoned Adult Agenda

The Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program (SAEP) presents weekly programs for seniors and retirees at Clackamas Community College’s Harmony Community Campus. The program provides seniors in the county with an educational experience designed and administered by “seasoned adults” in the community.  Full Story
fafsa lab at ccc THUMB

FAFSA Lab Provides Financial Aid Resources for Students

When Clackamas Community College surveyed the community and students in 2013, finances emerged as the single greatest barrier to college for both new and returning students. In response, the college is taking steps to provide greater support to students as they work through the complex financial aid process. Full Story

Upcoming Events

Date: 9/24/2014  Time: 8:00 AM
Location:
View Event
Date: 9/25/2014  Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Board Room (CC127)
View Event
Date: 9/25/2014  Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Niemeyer Osterman Theatre (N147)
View Event