ACT-On Retail Management Careers Project
Retail Management Certificate Program
The Retail Management Certificate at Tyler Junior College is a fully accredited part of the Business Management program that provides a pathway to a career in a high-demand, dynamic field.
What is the Retail Management Certificate?
The Retail Management Certificate is a college business management program designed to prepare people for success in the fast-paced retail industry.
What courses do I need?
The courses help students develop an understanding of the retail industry and the requirements for success as a manager in the retail environment. They are designed to teach competencies retail employers are looking for in employees.
What are the benefits?
- Improved business and professional skills
- Enhanced employability and opportunity for promotion
- Increased visibility and company recognition
- Valuable college credit toward an associate or bachelor’s degree
- Additional opportunity to earn the WAFC Retail Management Certificate
Am I eligible to participate?
The Retail Management Certificate Program is open to anyone who enjoys working with people and is interested in being a part of an entrepreneurial team focused on providing outstanding service to their customers.
Is credit for prior learning available?
Prior Learning is an alternative education or experience-based learning that has been attained outside the sponsorship of an accredited post-secondary education institution. Learn more by clicking here.
How can I fit the classes into my busy life?
The Retail Management Certificate Program is designed to meet the needs of busy people who are managing work, family, or other responsibilities. Classes are offered in a variety of formats, including entirely online, so you can complete them in a way that works for you, your schedule, and your learning needs.
How do I get started?
To get started contact our Career Coach.
Activities to promote the Retail Management Certificate and provide guidance for students are funded through a grant provided by the U.S. Department of Labor. The Western Association of Food Chains (WAFC) supports and endorses this program, and has strong affiliation with hundreds of companies in the Food Industry across the western United States.