The Rural Organization Employee Management (ROEM) program is for current owners, managers, supervisors, and team leaders in rural organizations. Designed specifically for the opportunities and challenges facing rural and small businesses, ROEM is an online program that covers topics in business administration, human resource management, ethical and legal principles, and organizational theories and concepts. Students are offered opportunities to apply this knowledge to real-world situations through practicum or internship simulations. ROEM offers students different options that build on one another.
The two-year Associate of Applied Science provides business and human resources training for rural organizations, business owners and managers, and farmers and ranchers.
This certificate is designed to give participants a basic understanding of the business environment, small business entrepreneurship, business or technical writing, human relations in business, and varied human resource management techniques for effective and efficient business strategies. Building on each other, the CTS ROEM and CTS Human Resources can lead to the AAS ROEM degree.
This certificate is designed to give participants a basic understanding of the business environment, basic Microsoft Office knowledge, employee staffing and selection strategies, employee management and success, and human resource administration as well as ethical, social, and legal issues pertaining to human resource management. Building on each other, the CTS ROEM and CTS Human Resources can lead to the AAS ROEM degree.
|BGEN105||Intro to Business or||3|
|BMGT210||Small Business Entrepreneurship||3|
|BMGT215||Human Resources Management||3|
|BMGT237||Human Relations in Business||3|
|BMGT225||Employee Staffing and Selection for Rural Business||3|
|BMGT226||Employee Management and Success||3|
|BMGT227||Administration of Compensation and Benefits||3|
|BMGT228||Ethical, Social, and Legal Issues for Human Resources||3|
|BMGT290||Practicum in ROEM||3|
|CAPP131||Basic MS Office||3|
|COMX111||Intro to Public Speaking||3|
|PHL110||Intro to Ethics||3|
|PSYX100||Intro to Psychology||3|
|SOCI101||Intro to Sociology||3|
|STAT216||Intro to Statistics||4|
|WRIT101||College Writing I||3|
|WRIT122||Intro to Business Writing or||3|
|WRIT121||Intro to Technical Writing||3|
Explore the Dawson Community College catalog for suggested plans of study and course descriptions.