The upper-division supervision and management courses provide students with a general, but comprehensive understanding of business enterprises and a command of practical management skills. The curriculum builds from the practitioner viewpoint to a thorough understanding of all facets of enterprise management as the student progresses. Many local businesses and industries were involved in developing curricula for workforce education programs. The results of curriculum development panels, composed of experts from a wide variety of occupations and professions, consistently indicate that supervisory and management skills are necessary for an increasingly broad spectrum of occupations. Students will discover that the BAS in supervision and management courses are balanced with a theoretical foundation and a practical, applied methodology to allow students to meet learning outcomes.