Humanities and Management

Humanities

The Certificate in Humanities and Management program is designed to give participants the knowledge, skills, and abilities to begin a career that demands a well-rounded background in the business aspects of the arts, entertainment, or hospitality industries. The certificate is comprised of courses at the undergraduate level that will give students foundations in business and the humanities to prepare in today’s evolving and highly competitive business environment. A total of nine courses build strong skills in core subject areas and develop analytical, critical, and creative thinking. Elective courses guide students into optional areas of business and advanced humanities subjects. Students who join the program should expect to acquire the core knowledge and skills needed to understand and assist in the implementation of business activities in the arts, entertainment, or hospitality industries.

 

Requirements

To receive the Certificate in Humanities and Management from Southern States University, students must successfully complete the five (3) required core courses and six (6) electives for a total of 40.5 credit hours, which is equivalent to 405 contact hours. Students must complete the requirements within a five (5) quarter period.

 

Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:

  • Assist in the analysis of various business functions and practices.
  • Assist a business or organization in assessing its customers, managing operations, motivating employees, building teams, managing information, managing financial resources, and exploring the ethical and social responsibilities of American businesses.
  • Explain major movements and persons within the various areas of the arts and humanities and compare them to today.
  • Have the skills necessary to obtain a job in a professional setting that demands a well-rounded background in the business aspects of the arts, entertainment, or hospitality industries.

 

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