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Management Associate of Applied Science Degree
Management AAS
3/29/2021 2:01 PM

​According to BLS, MN Deed, Wall Street Journal and other publications there will be an increasing job growth through 2029 for Front line/First Line Managers in a variety of industries and settings.​​

​This program provides students with a diversified education and background for positions in management and business. 

Employers need employees who can be promoted and succeed in a manager’s role. Practices and concepts will be explored including communication, leadership, planning, organizing, accounting and human resources.

​Program Delivery Methods
​Hybrid, online and traditional in-class courses on Saint Paul College campus, St. Paul, MN.​

​Saint Paul College has a transfer articulation agreement between the following program and post-secondary institutions for the baccalaureate degree programs listed below. For more information please go to​

Management AAS 

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  • ​Apply management principles to effectively lead a team in serving internal or external customers
  • Apply conceptual, critical, creative thinking skills to resolve business management problems and opportunities.
  • Exhibit communication skills in expressing ideas, information and proposals.
  • Analyze the principles of accounting, finance and economics to make effective management decisions.
  • Describe management issues in supervision, human resources and motivation.
  • Describe successful customer service and relationship management skills
  • Analyze digital, online and technology tools to connect and communicate with staff, internal and externa; customers.
  • Identify characteristics in decision making that are ethical and socially responsible. 


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