The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in
Supervision and Management program uses
a 2+2 model, requiring the completion of an
associate degree for entry into the program.
It is designed to provide a flexible schedule to
meet the needs of non-traditional students in the
community; it features a combination of online
and half online/half face-to-face, and hybrid
This is a comprehensive, integrated program of
study that includes courses in business writing,
accounting, human resources management,
operational decision making, information systems
BAS Program Mission Statement
To provide access for students to earn a quality baccalaureate
education that aligns with the College and program outcomes to
meet local business and industry management workforce needs.
Students will broaden their knowledge of management skills, be
creative thinkers in an applied business environment, practice
behaviors in business that are centered in ethical and socially
responsible relationships, and cultivate the entrepreneurial
spirit that provides career choices and encourages lifelong
The Bachelor of Applied Science in
Supervision and Management program can
prepare you for advancement in your field.
Associate degree programs prepare graduates
to enter the job market in entry level or midlevel
positions. Upper-level coursework in the
BAS program can broaden your knowledge of
applied business practices and prepare you
for higher-level management and supervisory
Students who have earned an associate
degree from an accredited institution
are eligible to apply for admission to
Daytona State's BAS in Supervision and
For more information, please browse our
website at www.DaytonaState.edu/sbs, or
see the Bachelor of Applied Science in
Supervision and Management program
section of the college catalog, email
BASinfo@Daytona State.edu, or call
(386) 506-4BAS (4227).
Admission Requirements for
the Bachelor of Applied
Science in Supervision and
Applications are accepted year-round and students
may start the program during any semester of the
academic year. There is no application fee. Admission
to the BAS program is open to all applicants who meet
the admission requirements.
Requirements for admission to the BAS program:
- Applicants must complete a Bachelor of Applied
Science Application for Admission. You may complete
an application to the BAS degree program in
the admissions office, the program office, or online
at www.DaytonaState.edu. All applicants must provide
an official transcript from all previous institutions
- Applicants must have earned an associate degree
from a regionally accredited college or university.
Those with AA degrees who have completed all
core general education courses will be required to
complete a total of 18 credits in an occupational/
technical area (e.g., accounting technology,
computer science, business, etc.). Other associate
degree graduates must complete additional core
general education courses. Associate degree
applicants must have earned an overall grade point
average of 2.0 in their associate degree program.
- College or university transfer applicants from a
regionally accredited college or university must
have earned at least 60 college credit hours.
Applicants must have received a grade of "C" or
better in all core general education courses that
transfer into the BAS program. All applicants must
provide an official transcript from all previous
institutions attended. Transfer students must meet
Gordon Rule requirements.
Requirements for graduation from the
- Students must successfully
complete 120 hours of collegelevel
credit courses in the degree
program, including the lower
division associate degree, and
the 42 hours of BAS coursework,
including the Capstone course.
- Students must successfully
complete 36 hours of general
education in the areas of
communications core; mathematics
core; sciences core; humanities,
cultural and aesthetic core;
behavioral and human (social)
sciences core; health and wellness
core; political economic and
business core; and historical and
global core (according to the
distribution or its equivalent, and
rules established by Daytona State
College for its Associate of Arts
degree program). Students must
meet the Gordon Rule requirements.
- Students must maintain a
cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0
on a 4.0 scale and a C or higher
for all BAS program coursework.
- Students must have completed
the Florida foreign language requirement
prior to the completion of the bachelor's
degree. The requirement may be met
by taking two years of the same foreign
language in high school or eight credits
of the same foreign language in college.
- Students must meet all other
Daytona State College graduation
policies and deadlines.