Business Management and Analysis


The new Business Management and Analysis program prepares students for a career in supervision/management for a variety of different types of organizations.  Students enrolled in this program will learn the following: communication skills, forms of business ownership and organizational structures, supervisory/management functions and skills, management styles, accounting concepts and practices, business law concepts, leadership skills, business ethics, governmental regulations, human resources and management issues, financial and data analysis, database development and queries, and career development. Managers not only supervise others, but develop employees to make optimize their skill sets and build productive teams.  They are responsible for the overall operation of their department, location, or business.  They may also be responsible for many different aspects of the business from finances to personnel.  The program will also prepare students for the following certifications:  Microsoft Office Specialist 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook/Access), and QuickBooks 2018. Students may earn their certifications by testing at the Certiport Testing Center on campus.


Information Technology Assistant         OTA0040

Supervisor/Manager Trainee                  MNA0080
(Prerequisites:  OTA0040)

Supervisor                                               MNA0082
(Prerequisites: OTA0040, MNA0080)


Employment of  managers is projected to grow 7 to 18 percent from 2016 to 2026, depending on the type of management position. Employment growth of management positions will depend primarily on growth or contraction in the industries that employ them.  Having experience in the field increases the chances of employment.  Also, many upper levels of management prefer, if not require a bachelor’s degree.  However, many entry-level management positions require a minimum of a high school diploma.


In the state of Florida, General or Operations Manager may earn between $57,020 and $159,050.***


  • Standard career and technical program admission procedures apply.
  • High school diploma—standard or GED is recommended.
  • Please see the MTC catalog for details.


Upon completion of all program requirements, the student earns a Certificate of Completion in Business Management and Analysis.


Students may earn any or all of the following certifications: Florida Ready to Work, Microsoft Office Specialist 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook/Access), and QuickBooks 2018.

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