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Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management


Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management
Program Information
BAS Degree - Code 6000 - Catalog 2011/2012
Eileen Hamby, Vice President
Mitch Pietras, Counselor
Contact BAS Office for info, 386-506-4227, BASinfo@DaytonaState.edu
04/06/2011 M - 845

Program Mission, Description, and Outcomes Mission:
To provide access for students to earn a quality baccalaureate education that aligns with the program outcomes to meet local business and industry management workforce needs. Students will broaden their knowledge in 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 life-long learning.

Description:
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Supervision and Management Program prepares individuals for supervisory and management roles and positions. Associate degree programs have prepared these individuals to enter the job market at entry-level or mid-level positions. Upper-level coursework in the BAS program broadens their knowledge in applied management practices and prepares them for supervisory and management opportunities within their technical field. The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Program uses a 2+2 model requiring the completion of an associates degree or 60 transferable credits from a 4-year college or university for entry into the program.

Outcomes:
Graduates of the program will be able to:
1. Generate oral and/or written communications that integrates decision making and analytical thinking skills.
2. Demonstrate a knowledge of and commitment to quality improvement and optimal operational systems, processes and procedures.
3. Evaluates legal situations in management, including regulatory and liability issues.
4. Apply ethical decision-making processes and social responsibility to management situations.
5. Evaluate financial reporting and analysis to include budget preparation and monitoring; as well as financial policies and procedures.
6. Synthesize modern, effective and efficient management and behavioral principles for supervising and managing resources.
7. Manage a project from inception to successful conclusion and evaluation.
8. Diagram the strategic planning process to include development of an organizational mission statement with measurable goals, objectives and activities.
9. Formulate effective customer relations technique and application, including the use of mixed media to promote an organization internally and externally.
10. Correlate and apply leadership principles to include human relations skills, appreciation for diversity, cultural awareness, generational difference awareness, technological effects on society, and organizational behavior.
11. Compare methods and implementation techniques for staff development programs that are consistent with community, industry and organizational standards, policies and procedures.
12. Apply team work processes and practices by collaborating to accomplish a management related task.
13. Initiate critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills by completing an industry-specific capstone project.
14. Integrate current management concepts, trends, and issues into operational and strategic decisions.
15. Operationalize appropriate management information systems for managerial decision making.
16. Demonstrate the ability to analyze and initiate appropriate decisions regarding human resource issues.


Note: This program is eligible for federal financial aid and state bright futures.

Approximate Additional Costs Approximately $125 for Writers' Workbench, a writing software program (access is required of all students in the program). The BAS Club has a program whereby with membership ($10.00) and a committment to two community projects per year, members can rent their textbooks for $25 per book per semester.

Additional Admission Requirements General Education Core - The state-mandated 36 hours of general education (Communications-9 sch; Math-6 sch; Science-6 sch; Humanities-3 sch; Behavioral and Human (Social) Science-3 sch; Health & Wellness-3 sch; Political, Economic & Business-3 sch; Historical and Global-3 sch.

Typically, graduates of A.S. degree programs transfer 15-18 credits of General Education Core. A.A. graduates will typically transfer the total 36 general education core requirements into the BAS program. A.A. graduates will also require 18 hours of lower division credit in an occupational/technical area, e.g., accounting technology, computer science, business, etc., in lieu of the additional general education required of the A.S. student.

Careers Management and supervisory careers

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General Education Courses
Course Title    
   
... ... Associate Degree Program of Study Credit   42.00
... ... General Education Core Requirements Credit   36.00
... ... BAS Program of Study Credit   42.00
TOTAL  ...   120.00

Note: It may be necessary for the student to enroll in a developmental English, Math, or Reading course based upon college placement test scores. See an Academic Advisor to determine developmental course requirements.

Program Specific Courses
Course Title    
  SEM HRS  
GEB32133 Business Writing   3.00 Pre-Reqs: ENC1101
MAN3353 Management Theory and Practices   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN3240 Organizational Behavior   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
BUL3130 Legal, Ethical, and Social Aspects of Business   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
ACG3024 Accounting for Non-Financial Majors   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN4162 Customer Relations for Managers   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN4301 Human Resource Management   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
ISM40114 Introduction to Management Information Systems   4.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213 Pre-Reqs: ISM2000
MAN4120 Leadership Challenges and Supervision   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
GEB4891 Strategic Management and Decision Making   4.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
GEB4930 Selected Topics in Management   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN4504 Operational Decision Making   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN49005 Capstone Project in Supervision and Management   4.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213

Sample Program of Study
Course Title    
   
... ... FIRST SEMESTER  
  SEM HRS  
GEB32133 Business Writing   3.00 Pre-Reqs: ENC1101
MAN33531 Management Theory and Practices   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN32401 Organizational Behavior   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
... ... General Education Core   3.00
... ... General Education Core   3.00
   
TOTAL  Semester Credit Hours   15.00
... ... SECOND SEMESTER  
  SEM HRS  
BUL31301 Legal, Ethical, and Social Aspects of Business   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
ACG30241 Accounting for Non-Financial Majors   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
... ... General Education Core   3.00
... ... General Education Core   3.00
   
TOTAL  Semester Credit Hours   12.00
... ... THIRD SEMESTER  
  SEM HRS  
MAN41621 Customer Relations for Managers   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN43011 Human Resource Management   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
ISM40114 Introduction to Management Information Systems   4.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213 Pre-Reqs: ISM2000
   
... ... General Education Core   3.00
... ... General Education Core   3.00
TOTAL  Semester Credit Hours   16.00
... ... FOURTH SEMESTER  
  SEM HRS  
MAN41202 Leadership Challenges and Supervision   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
GEB48912 Strategic Management and Decision Making   4.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
GEB49302 Selected Topics in Management   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
MAN45042 Operational Decision Making   3.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
   
... ... FIFTH SEMESTER  
TOTAL  Semester Credit Hours   13.00
  SEM HRS  
MAN49005 Capstone Project in Supervision and Management   4.00 Co-Reqs: GEB3213
   
TOTAL  Semester Credit Hours   4.00
... ... TOTAL CREDIT HOURS   60.00

Note: Sequence of courses may vary. Check catalog course descriptions for requisite requirements.


Notes 1 Junior status or permission of the Chair

2 Senior status or permission of the Chair

3 GEB3213 is the first course in the BAS program and is a prerequisite to every other course in the program, or a co-requisite to other first semester courses.

4 Requires ISM2000 or CGS2100 or equivalent or permission of the Chair

5 MAN4900, the Capstone course, is the final course in the program. Permission of the chair is required.

2011-2012 College Catalog. To view previous catalogs, please click here.