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 mid-level 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 opportunities. BAS students are eligible to take coursework that will prepare them to attain the premier project management certifications based on experience. These certifications are internationally recognized and will provide the project management foundation to work in any country, industry, or company.
Students graduating from Daytona State College’s Supervision and Management program are taught the skills to effectively lead and manage business operations within their technical field of interest. Specifically, the business community articulated the need for Daytona State College to produce individuals with bachelor’s level supervisory and managerial skills to enhance the occupational/technical preparation provided by their associate degree programs. Earning your Daytona State College bachelor’s degree will provide the access needed for employees to advance their skills in the workplace for managerial career opportunities. This program can be completed fully online.
Applicants for the BAS program 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.
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.
All applicants must have earned a minimum of a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
1. Get Admitted!
Complete an Application for Admission online. Continuing Daytona State students are still required to submit a new application for the BAS program in order to change levels.
Submit final, official high school or GED® transcript including a graduation date. Students who graduated from a home school program are required to submit a home school affidavit. Submit final, official transcripts from all colleges or universities you have attended. An official transcript is one that arrives in a sealed envelope. Have all official transcripts sent directly to: Daytona State College Admissions Office, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114.
If you graduated high school or have attended college in another country, please download the information sheet, Evaluating Credentials from Outside the U.S., and follow the instructions. Contact Admissions for more information about your transcript requirements. Please DO NOT submit your original documents to the College.
All documents to establish Florida residency for tuition purposes must be submitted to the Admissions Office prior to the first day of classes for the semester for which residency is sought.
2. Get Financial Aid!
Apply for financial aid as soon as possible. Financial aid is available to students enrolled in an eligible program to assist in meeting educational expenses. Applicants should complete the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov to determine eligibility. Daytona State’s school code is 001475. Processing time is 4-6 weeks. More information is available from the Office of Financial Aid Services.
Daytona State College scholarships are also available. Apply online.
3. Get Advised!
Contact Academic Advising at any campus. The Advisor will assist you with choosing your first classes, requirements for program completion, and graduation plans. Take copies of your college / university transcripts. More information is available from the Academic Advising office. We also recommend that you visit Career Services.
4. Get Oriented!
If you are a new or readmitting Daytona State student, complete the online orientation. It will introduce you to some important information about the College and familiarize you with many important services available to you as a student. You can access the orientation by logging in to the student portal at MYDAYTONASTATE. You can obtain your student ID number and Falconmail address on this page. You will use this information to access the student portal on the Daytona State website.
Your username is: email@example.com
Your password is: Dsc (Capital D, lowercase s, lowercase c) + Your birthdate in MMDDYY format + the last five digits of your social security number
Example: Birthdate of January 1, 1990 with a social of123-45-6789 the password would be Dsc01019056789
We STRONGLY encourage you to change your password upon first successful login to the environment.
If you have forgotten your login information and/or password they can be retrieved and/or reset using the portlets on the login page. Once you are logged in, choose FalconNet and then choose Orientation from the left column.
5. Get Registered!
Sign up for your classes online via your FalconNet Online Services or in person at any campus Falcon Center. You can check course availability online. More information is available from the Registration Office.
6. Get a Receipt!
Pay for your classes either online via your FalconNet Online Services or in person at the Office of Student Accounts at any campus. The Office of Student Accounts offers a number of payment options to assist you to make payments while your financial aid is being processed or if you will not be using financial aid.
REMEMBER – you are not officially registered until you have paid in full.
7. Get an ID Card, Parking Decal and Books!
Get your student ID card and parking decal at the Campus Safety Office on the Daytona Beach Campus or the Falcon Center on any regional campus. You can also get your books in person or online.