Wilmington Campus • For more information: (302) 888-5288 • www.dtcc.eduYou’ll Learn
•	 How	to	apply	management	principles	to	many	different	business	situations
•	 Management functions of planning, organizing, leading, staffing and control
•	 Systematic	methods	for	management	decision	making
•	 Accounting,	computer	and	information	management	system	skills
•	 Oral	and	written	communication	skills
•	 Additional	knowledge,	skills	and	abilities	essential	to	your	success	on	the	job
•	 A	foundation	of	business	knowledge	and	skills	applicable	to	most	career	areas
•	 The	background	to	move	into	a	supervisory,	management	or	administrative	position
•	 A	multitude	of	career	possibilities,	including	business	analysis,	budget	and	cost	control,	human	resources
and	project	management
•	 Potential	for	promotion	in	your	present	organization
•	 The possibility of unlimited advancement and financial reward
•	 More	than	half	of	all	new	jobs	require	education	beyond	high	school.
•	 Employees	with	degrees	have	better	chances	for	promotion.
•	 Associate	degree	holders	generally	earn	30	percent	more	than	high	school	graduates
(according	to	the	U.S.	Department	of	Commerce,	Census	Bureau).
•	 Many	credits	from	an	associate	degree	can	be	applied	toward	a	bachelor’s	degree.
Business Management Technology will prepare you to handle supervisory level manage-
ment positions in different types of organizational settings in all sectors of the business
world. You will gain a broad based knowledge of support fields such as accounting, law,
computers and communications. You will gain knowledge and skills in specific areas of
managment such as resource training and development, project management, organiza-
tional behavior and strategy development.
Business Management courses are offered day and evening and most are also offered
using online and other distance learning formats. The Department of Business Tech-
nologies has earned national accreditation from the Association of