This program prepares students to lead as frontline supervisors with information on leadership, management, and the crucial role supervisors play in an organization.


Students who successfully complete the courses listed here will earn a Prince George's Community College Certificate for the Management and Supervision Program.

Program Requirements

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Must attend at least 80% of the scheduled class hours.

Course Descriptions

MGT-463 Developing Supervisory Skills 1.2 CEUs

This course is designed to provide participants with the skills needed to be effective front-line supervisors. Participants are provided information on leadership and management and why the role of supervisors is so important to an organization. The core content of this course is the development of the behaviors and skills needed to achieve the outcomes of their unit.

Four sessions, $180*.

Syn# 11805 | Tuesdays | 9/10-10/1/24 | 6:30–9:30 p.m. | Remote/Canvas

MGT-756 Assessing Employee Performance 1.2 CEUs

This course is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to assess employees' performance in large and small organizations. Participants will learn the difference between performance appraisal and management and the work situations that favor one method instead of the other. 

Four sessions, $180*.

Syn# 11806 | Tuesdays | 10/8-11/5/24 | 6:30–9:30 p.m. | Remote/Canvas

MGT-757 Human Resource Management Skills for Supervisors 1.2 CEUs

This course is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to effectively use the human resources department or the human resource individual to manage their employees effectively. The scope and responsibilities of human resources will be provided, whether they work for a large or small organization. Participants will learn how to maximize their departmental outcomes by effectively using the support and information under the human resources department's responsibilities or the individual responsible for the human resources function. 

Four sessions, $180*.

Syn# 11807 | Tuesdays | 11/12-12/3/24 | 6:30–9:30 p.m. | Remote/Canvas

MGT-602 Grammar and Proofreading 1.8 CEUs

Take an in-depth look at the professional writing process and common writing problems. Study basic parts of the sentence, reviewing punctuation, spelling, verb usage, and effective proofreading. This course is recommended but not required to take MGT-434. Instructor: Kym-Marie Clarke Hart.

Six sessions, $255*.

Syn# 11808 | Thursdays | 9/19-10/24/24 | 6:30–9:30 p.m. | Remote/Canvas

MGT-434 Business Writing Intensive 1.8 CEUs

Students are instructed in a five-step writing process that includes preparation, research, organization, writing a draft, and revision, using real-world examples of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, sales letters, and more! Recommended prerequisite: MGT-602. Instructor: Kym-Marie Clarke Hart.

Six sessions, $255*.

Syn# 11809 | Thursdays | 10/31-12/12/24 | 6:30–9:30 p.m. | Remote/Canvas

*Tuition waiver for age 60+; student pays registration and lab fees.

eLearning Methods at PGCC


Learning on Your Own Time

Students taking an online class can access course content 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and engage in discussions using Canvas with their instructors and fellow learners. Instructors will set deadlines and due dates for assignments, tests, projects, and other coursework.


Learning in Real Time

Students taking a remote class will meet online via the Canvas platform at scheduled times. Students will access learning materials, view assignments, and participate in discussions via Canvas.

How to Register

Registering online via Owl Link is the fastest and gives you the best chance to get the classes you want. You’ll need an email address and a credit card to register online.

  • If you have enrolled before, click here to log in and register.
  • If you are a new student, click here to create a student account. Follow the prompts. You’ll receive two emails with your login name and password information. Use these to log in to Owl Link from 
Registration Instructions

View these instructions for logging in to Owl Link and registering for Continuing Education classes.   

Submit a Registration Form

Students are encouraged to register for classes on their own through Owl Link but may also submit a registration form online to the Office of Records and Registration.