The Bachelor of Science Degree in Supervision and Management (BAS-SM) prepares individuals to develop, plan, manage, and supervise employees in a variety of workforce settings. Graduates acquire specialized skills in human resources, management, finance, and leadership. These skills may be applied to a wide range of workforce venues within the public, private, or nonprofit sectors. Students who hold an associate degree may be eligible for admission to the BAS-SM degree program.
Other baccalaureate and master’s degree programs are offered to local students through the SFSC University Center on the Highlands Campus. You may inquire online about available elementary education, interdisciplinary studies, business, and graduate programs, or by contacting the SFSC University Center at 863-784-7408.
It is preferred that candidates seeking admission to the BAS-SM degree program hold an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree. Those who hold an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) other degrees and/or college course work are considered on an individual basis. Consult a college advisor for a complete assessment of your qualifications for admission. Appointments may be made by calling 784-7408 or 784-7131.
This depends on the number of courses/credits needed and whether you attend as a part-time student or as a full-time student. Most students complete the program in two years.
Yes. Transfer course credits may be applicable to program completion. Please see a college counselor for assessment of your previous work.
Bachelor’s degree course work (3000-4000 level courses) is approximately 24 percent more expensive than lower level (1000-2000 level) courses. Actual fees are determined annually by the Florida Legislature and the SFSC District Board of Trustees. The latest College Catalog will provide you with approximate cost estimates.
Yes, courses should transfer to any other college or university. Students considering transfer should contact the institution that they desire to transfer to for further information. The baccalaureate programs completed at the college should also be acceptable for future graduate work.
The bachelor’s programs are open access and available to all students who meet the admissions requirements. Selected upper division (3000-4000) courses have prerequisites. Consult the College Catalog or advisor for further information. BAS-SM Course Descriptions
The BAS-SM program is not available online, although selected courses in the program may be delivered via the Web. Most course work will be face-to-face with online computer technologies that enhance and support the course.
Classes are offered during the day and in the evenings.
Yes, students may attend college part time or full time.
Students may be admitted to the bachelor’s program prior to completing the state required foreign language standard. However, they will be required to successfully complete the foreign language course work prior to graduation.
Yes, financial aid and scholarships are available to eligible students. Review financial aid information, check the College Catalog, or contact the Financial Aid Office for additional information at 863-784-7254. Please apply early for financial aid.
Each baccalaureate student is required to complete 36 credit hours of General Education course work. Consult the College Catalog to identify the courses that qualify as general education courses.
An intern or extern opportunity is available in the capstone course and will be a requirement. Selected courses may have service learning opportunities available.
Applications are accepted throughout the year, but early admission, acceptance and registration will increase your opportunity to get the class schedule you want.