Supervision and Management for Industry
Associate in Science (A.S.)
The Supervision and Management for Industry Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in operations management.
This program is articulated with Orange County Public Schools Tech Centers and Osceola District School’s TECO. It is designed to provide opportunities for advancement to students who have completed one of the approved industrial-related postsecondary certificate and/or apprenticeship programs. This program provides individuals currently working in industry with the business skills they need to move into supervisory or management roles or to become self-employed with their trade.
Eligible students will be awarded 24 – 27 credits toward the technical skills training requirement in this degree.
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Program Overview and Degree Requirements
Review course descriptions, important dates and deadlines and other programs details in the official college catalog.
Valencia’s certificate programs can put you on the fast-track to reaching your career goals. They are designed to equip you with a specialized skill set for immediate employment or career advancement. Most can be completed in one year or less.
Operations Support and Services (9 credits)
Full-time – 2 to 3 years
Part-time – 3 to 4 years
Learn How To
- Perform management and/or supervisory functions
- Develop a good business plan
- Use effective marketing techniques
This program is designed to provide individuals currently working in industry with an opportunity to pursue college-level education that is appropriate for supervisory and management roles and upward mobility in their respective fields. There are many exciting career options available depending on your field.
- General Manager
- Operations Manager
- Supervisor of Operations
AVERAGE SALARY RANGE
$25,000 – $35,000
The average placement rate for Valencia’s A.S. Degree and Certificate programs ranges between 90 – 95% according to the latest FETPIP data.
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