CURRICULUM GUIDE

Managing Forward
Certificate of Completion

Curriculum Code: 1053  (Effective Fall 2003 - Summer 2008)

As each new generation of managers encounters a world changed, it must adapt and
flex, push and explore. This curriculum seeks a new and re-newing thinking and
alternative approaches to managing/leading organizations. It is designed to serve
a variety of constituents. Among those may be practitioners of Quality
principles; those who yearn for additional or fresh ways of thinking; or those
desiring to add a short but powerful certificate to their credentials. Courses
in this curriculum may be used in many other Business curriculums.

Students should see Course Descriptions or Course Offerings for course
prerequisite information.  See the Assessment and Placement Testing section for
skills assessment and advising information.

Contact the Business Department, Old Central Building, Room 210, telephone number
(517) 483-1522.

REQUIREMENTS (See Note 1)                                    TOTAL: 13 CREDITS
CODE        TITLE                                                 CREDIT HOURS
MGMT 101    Management Special Topics (See Note 2)                           1
MGMT 235    Independent Study/Management (See Note 3)                        1
MGMT 300    Managerial Leadership                                            3
MGMT 332    Managerial Ethics                                                3
MGMT 345    Context and Transformation                                       3

            MINIMUM TOTAL                                                   13

1.    Students wishing to follow this curriculum are urged to contact a
      Management Program advisor early in their course work.
2.    Students will take MGMT 101 three times for a total of 3 credits, choosing
      three different topics of specific interest. MGMT 101 will be offered
      several times a year with different topics. See the printed schedule book
      or the Course Offerings section of the LCC web site at for
      specific offerings each semester.
3.    Independent Study is the capstone course in this curriculum. Students will
      take MGMT 235 last and must see a Management Program advisor to develop
      assessment of outcomes strategy.

Courses may be taken in any order with the exception of MGMT 235 which is a
capstone course and must be taken last.