Supervisory Leadership Program

Career/Program Overview

The Supervisory Leadership Program is only available through Business and Workforce Education and is designed for employed individuals interested in acquiring or improving their leadership skills.  The courses are taught by business professionals with real-life, hands-on business experience.  The core curriculum is structured to allow students to remain employed while attending classes on a part-time basis.  The classes are offered in an accelerated format allowing students to focus on one class at a time.  The course delivery is a hybrid model, each course is a blend of online coursework and face-to-face evening classes


The Supervisory Leadership program is designed to meet the increasing demand for leaders in the workplace.  This program will allow students to increase their skills in leadership, communications, team building, employee motivation, creative problem solving, performance management, budgeting, managing priorities, developing productive working relationships, conducting effective meetings and many more supervisory leadership techniques and tools.

Program/Degree Options

Students have the option of completing the full AAS Degree or two stackable certificates.  The Supervisory Leadership AAS Degree consists of 60 credits.  The Employee Development Certificate is 17 credits and the Supervisory Leadership Certificate is 16 credits.

Program Start Date(s)

The start dates for the program are in the fall. Please contact RCTC Business and Workforce Education at for more information

Career Opportunities/Information

Career advancement opportunities exist within multiple industries that demand the leadership and supervisory skills that students will develop in this program.


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Gainful Employment

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