ManagementAbout Our Management Programs
Our management programs are designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in supervision/ management and to prepare those already employed as leads, first line supervisors and middle managers for higher level positions.


  • Administrative Assistant
  • Supervisor
  • Manager Trainee
  • Manager
  • Department Head
  • Office Manager
  • Small Business Manager
  • Branch Manager Trainee


The certificate program is designed for those wishing to go into business or advance within an organization. The Associate of Arts degree provides more comprehensive preparation for a career in business and prepares a students to transfer to a four year university as a Junior.

RETAIL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE (WAFC): Our Retail Management Certificate Program curriculum is approved by the Western Association of Food Chains (WAFC). The WAFC is a nonprofit business organization whose board comprises senior executives from the retail and wholesale food industry. In partnership with community colleges, the WAFC created a competency-based certification that establishes career pathways and develops emerging leaders. Participants include large corporations such as Kroger, Safeway, SuperValu/Albertons, as well as a number of regional companies and independent stores.

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE: Small Business certificate program is designed for students who own their own business, are planning to go into business for themselves or will otherwise manage a small business.

 Associate in Arts:

Accounting, Bookkeeping, Business Administration, Finance & Banking, Management, Marketing and Real Estate.


Automated Accounting Technician, Business Administration, Finance & Banking, Management, Retail Management, Small Business Management, Marketing, Real Estate - Finance Specialization, Real Estate - Investment  Specialization, and Real Estate - Marketing Specialization.

Enrollment Fee Increase:

Click here for a list of current   Tuition &Fees . The Board of Governor's Fee Waiver (BOGFW) program waives the enrollment and health fees of students who meet program eligibility criteria.  Interested students are encouraged to apply by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver application. 

Los Angeles City College offers university transferable, career, credit and not-for-credit courses on its main campus. Courses include the arts, basic and advanced mathematics and English, computer science and technology, business, science, social sciences, language and more. Courses are offered weekdays, day and evenings, on Saturdays and Online.