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7510 | Supervision and Management


Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)

Description of Program:
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management (BAS-SM) is an open access program available to you when you have successfully completed an associate degree. The BAS-SM will prepare you for supervisory and management roles and positions in a variety of industries. The upper-level course work will include applied management practices, leadership development, finance, and basic human relations practice and will prepare you for supervisory and management opportunities within your technical field. The BAS-SM program schedule is designed to provide you with the opportunity to honor employment obligations. The Saturday classes will be offered for a 16-week period on alternate Saturdays. The evening classes will be offered using an eight-week format. You will be able to enter the program at the beginning and middle of each semester provided you meet admission requirements.

Upper-Level Course Work

PREFIX NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS

THIRD YEAR
Fall Term
  MAN 3240 Organizational Behavior   3
  MAN 3303 Leadership and Management Practices   3
 # GEB 3213 Advanced Business Communication   3
** General Education Course/Technical Elective   3
 ** General Education Course/Technical Elective   3
        15
Spring Term
*# ACG 3024 Accounting for Managers and Investors (non-majors) OR   3
      Accounting Equivalent OR    
      General Education Course/Technical Elective    
  BUL 4310 Legal and Ethical Environment   3
  MAN 3301 Human Resource Management   3
** General Education Course/Technical Elective   3
** General Education Course/Technical Elective   3
        15

FOURTH YEAR
Fall Term
  MAN 3504 Operations Management   3
# FIN 4403 Business Finance   3
  GEB 4891 Strategic Planning   3
 ** General Education Course/Technical Elective   3
** General Education Course/Technical Elective/Supervision and Management Elective   3
        15
Spring Term
MAN 4342 Supervisory Skills 3
# ISM 4011 Introduction to Management Information Systems   3
  MAN 4900 Capstone: Supervision and Management   3
 ** Supervision and Management Elective   3
 ** Supervision and Management Elective   3
        15
Professional Core Electives:
  GEB 4356 International Business   3
  MAN 4045 Effective Team Management   3
  MAN 4120 Interpersonal Dynamics   3
# MAR 4802 Marketing for Managers   3
  MAN 4583 Project Management and Planning   3

* If ACG 2021 or ACG 2011 has been completed, the student should take a supervision and management elective.
** It is your responsibility to meet with a counselor to select the proper course to fulfill this requirement.
# Check the course descriptions for prerequisites.

DEGREE MAP
If the student has an A.S.   EARNED    NEEDED    TOTAL 
   Courses from A.S. 42    
   General Education courses from most A.S. degrees earned   18  
   Additional General Education courses     78
*****OR*****      
If the student has an A.A.      
   Courses from A.A. degree earned 24    
   General Education courses earned 36    
   Technical courses (see Advisor)   18  
        78
Upper Division Common Core courses required for B.A.S. in Supervision and Management students     33-36
ACG 3024 Accounting for Managers and Investors (non-majors)   3  
BUL 4310 Legal and Ethical Environment   3  
FIN 4403 Business Finance    3  
GEB 3213 Advanced Business Communication   3  
GEB 4891 Strategic Planning   3  
ISM 4011 Introduction to Management Information Systems   3  
MAN 3240 Organizational Behavior   3  
MAN 3301 Human Resource Management   3  
MAN 3303 Leadership and Management Practices   3  
MAN 3504 Operations Management   3  
MAN 4342 Supervisory Skills   3  
MAN 4900 Capstone: Supervision and Management   3  
  Electives     6-9
GEB 4356 International Business      
MAN 4045 Effective Team Management      
MAN 4120 Interpersonal Dynamics      
MAR 4802 Marketing for Managers      
MAN 4583 Project Management and Planning      
        120