Retail Management

Associate Degree

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Retail Management Associate Degree

Program Overview

Earn your Associate Degree in Retail Management — at home, at your own pace with Penn Foster College.

The Retail Management Associate Degree Program provides a thorough background in the functional areas of retail management, finance/accounting, marketing, buying, and merchandising at the Associate Degree level. The program prepares men and women for a retail management career. Typical areas in which a graduate will have the necessary academic background to enter the field are merchandising, sales management, store management, supply chain management, marketing, and e-commerce.

Your courses include:

  • Principles of Management
  • Marketing
  • Internet Marketing and E-Commerce
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Business Statistics
  • Retail Management
  • Merchandising Planning and Buying
  • ...and much more.

With Penn Foster College’s distance learning program, you can earn your Associate Degree in Retail Management quickly and conveniently, at home with no classroom needed.

Why earn a distance learning Associate Degree? With the right credentials, you can:

  • Earn $35,000 or more per year* in a career expected to add 88,000 new jobs openings for Retail Managers in the decade between 2008 and 2018.**
  • Work as a Sales Supervisor in clothing, building supplies, grocery, and general merchandise stores.

Well-trained, experienced Retail Managers may be promoted by their companies to higher positions or become executives in other firms. This means more employment opportunities for you!

Contact Penn Foster Today.
We’ll send you FREE information with absolutely no obligation! Find out more about earning your Associate Degree. Your Retail Management Degree Program includes:

  • All the books and learning aids you need.
  • Toll-free instructional support.
  • Access to student services by website, phone, and mail.

*Salary information is based on the "Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition," a publication of the U.S. Department of Labor. Individual student earnings vary based on experience.

**Growth figures represent a ten-year period ending 2018. Source: "National Industry-Occupation Employment Matrix," a publication of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.