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"I attended a Productivity Workshop at the Hubbard College and it really opened my eyes to the fact that there actually was a workable technology that anyone could learn. I toured some businesses in Los Angeles that were using Hubbard Administrative Technology and I was impressed. I saw that these companies were growing and expanding and I wanted to know it for myself."

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Administrative Management

The administrative manager, whether in a large or small organization, must supervise office employees, design the office work systems, and maintain the communication systems both internal and external. This program develops the skills, attitudes and knowledge appropriate for the efficient and effective administration of organizations.

This program covers study skills, interpersonal relationship skills, communication skills, how to predict and evaluate human behavior, business ethics, management by statistics, basic organization, organizational design and structure, interoffice communication systems, executive basics, leadership, planning and writing programs, increasing efficiency, basic non-accounting financial management, and how to write effective company policy.

It combines theoretical knowledge with practical application of principles and techniques. The program focuses on application in real business situations. Faculty-supervised apprenticeships are included which give the student practical experience in using the skills and knowledge learned in the different segments of the program in a variety of businesses or organizations. A faculty-supervised Final Practical Application requires the student to combine all the knowledge and skills learned to actually work in an organization in a management capacity. A student who is currently employed may complete the Final Practical Application in his own organization.

This program is recommended for:

  • people who have acquired occupational or professional training who can combine their backgrounds from vocational or professional programs with sound business education to enable them to obtain advancement in the management areas associated with their specialty fields, and
  • business owners, professionals, executives, managers and supervisors who want to learn and apply new skills to their existing organizations.

Program: Administrative Management
Approximate Weeks:
Full Time: 40 Hours Per Week = 29
Half Time: 20 Hours Per Week = 58
Part Time: 10 Hours Per Week = 116

 

Instructional Clock Hours: 1060
Semester Credit Hours: 35 1/3
Continuing Education Units: 106

Required Courses:

  • Basic Study Manual
  • How to Get Along With Others
  • How to Get Along With Others Apprenticeship
  • Handling the Ups and Downs in Life
  • Handling the Ups and Downs in Life Apprenticeship
  • Personal Values and Integrity
  • Personal Values and Integrity Apprenticeship
  • Improving Business Through Communication
  • How to Effectively Handle Work
  • How to Effectively Handle Work Apprenticeship
  • Ethics for Business Survival
  • Ethics for Business Survival Apprenticeship
  • Formulas for Business Success
  • Management by Statistics
  • Management by Statistics Apprenticeship
  • Executive Basics
  • Basic Organization
  • Basic Organization Apprenticeship
  • How to Expand Your Company by Making Planning Become an Actuality
  • How to Expand Your Company by Making Planning Become an Actuality Apprenticeship
  • How to Increase Efficiency in Your Company
  • How to Increase Efficiency in Your Company Apprenticeship
  • How to Increase Profits Through Proper Financial Planning
  • How to Increase Profits Through Proper Financial Planning Apprenticeship
  • How to Write Effective Company Policy
  • How to Write Effective Company Policy Apprenticeship
  • How to Evaluate and Predict Human Behavior
  • How to Get Things Done
  • Administrative Management Final Practical Application

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