Supervision and Management-General Management BAS
Supervision & Management - General Management Concentration (BAS T701)
Type of Award
BAS - Bachelor of Applied Science
As a graduate of this program, students will have the knowledge, skills and opportunity to pursue managerial-level positions in a variety of careers. B.A.S. students will take 24 semester hours of upper division (junior/senior level) core courses that provide a broad applied background in accounting, finance, legal and ethical issues, management information systems, leadership, human resources and management. An additional 18 hours of upper division concentration area courses focus on coursework to prepare students for employment in a variety of managerial roles and career settings in the public and private sectors.
To apply for the bachelor‘s degree program in Supervision and Management, students must have earned an A.S. or A.A. degree and have at least a 2.0 GPA. Students who have earned a minimum of 60 credits and a 2.0 GPA but do not have an associate degree may be accepted with permission of the dean. Please see the Admissions section of the catalog for detailed admission requirements for bachelor‘s degree programs.
Students must successfully complete all courses in the curriculum, have at least a 2.0 GPA and have earned a “C” or better in all general education courses and upper division courses. Students must also meet the foreign language requirements. (Additional Information)
Capstone course: The following Capstone criteria must be met prior to registration in the course:
1. All lower division courses are satisfied
2. All upper division common core classes are completed
3. Successful completion of 12-15 credits of concentration area courses
4. Capstone may be taken concurrently with no more than two 3-credit courses and not any upper division common core courses. Restrictions may apply.
Total program semester hours: 120
The program is offered at the Lake Worth campus.
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Dr. C. Thomas Capers, firstname.lastname@example.org, (561) 868-4111
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|Courses From A.S./A.A.S. Degree||Credits: 42|
|Courses From A.S./A.A.S. Degree (Lower Division Details)||42|
|General Education Courses||Credits: 36|
|General Education Courses (Transferable)||36|
|Upper Division Common Core Courses||Credits: 24|
|BUL3130||Legal and Ethical Environment of Business||3|
|FIN3400||Principles of Financial Management||3|
|ISM4011||Management Information Systems||3|
|MAN3240||Organizational Theory and Management||3|
|MAN3301||Human Resources Management||3|
|MAN4120||Leadership Challenges and Supervision||3|
|Concentration Area Required Courses||Credits: 12|
|GEB4891||Strategic Management & Decision Making||3|
|MAN4401||Labor Relations Management||3|
|MAN4504||Operational Decision Making||3|
|MAR4802||Marketing for Managers||3|
|Electives - Choose 3 credits||Credits: 3|
|Choose GEB3375, GEB3453, GEB4113, GEB4940C or MAN4162||3|
|Concentration Capstone Course||Credits: 3|
|GEB4935||Capstone Experience: General Management||3|
|Total Program Credits: 120|
Upon completion of this program, students may seek employment in a variety of business and organizational settings in managerial-level positions that require a bachelor’s degree for consideration.
Career Path Notes
After completion of this program, students may choose to apply for graduate study at a public or private university.
For more information about employment opportunities including job outlook and salary information visit:
Occupational Outlook Handbook: http://www.bls.gov/oco/
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