Introduction to Supervision (Microcredential)

Learn the fundamentals necessary to solve business-oriented problems and prepare for employment in entry-level managerial positions.

With three focused courses, you will explore the theory and methods of the supervisory process and learn how to be an effective leader and motivator.

Coursework covers confidence in delegation, employee staffing, performance appraisal, business ethics, organization and management and how be an effective communicator.

If you are looking to move up to a supervisory position, these courses could provide valuable skills and knowledge as well as a SUNY-sanctioned credential to verify your skills.


  • Principles of Supervision
  • Business Communications
  • Organization and Management

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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon the completion of this microcredential, students will be able to:

  • Develop supervisor and management skills while identifying the role of those skills in business foundations.
  • Describe business leadership, organization and management.
  • Build strong communication skills by delivering oral and written presentations.

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Ricky P. Thibodeau
Business and Criminal Justice DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON