Hitting the mark with flexible bachelor’s program
From 20-somethings to a 91-year-old, the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management is a proven success in the region. A driving factor in the college’s 2013 ranking as No. 2 in the nation for Best Online Bachelor’s Degrees, the BAS program passed a milestone with the May 13, 2013, commencement. Adding 269 graduates, the program now boasts over 1,100 alumni since it was launched in 2006 as the college’s first baccalaureate degree offering.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management program prepares individuals who already have skills in specific occupational/technical areas 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 Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management program broadens their knowledge in applied management practices and prepares them for supervisory and management opportunities within their technical fields. Those with Associate’s degrees are eligible to apply for admission to Daytona State College’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management program. For more information, please browse our website, see the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management program section of the catalog, or email BASinfo@DaytonaState.edu.
Students graduating from Daytona State College’s Supervision and Management program will be prepared 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.
Supervision and Management Courses
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 industry were involved in developing curricula for workforce education programs. Curriculum development panels composed of expert workers from a wide variety of occupations and professions consistently indicate that workplace supervisory and management skills are becoming necessary for an increasingly broad spectrum of occupations. Students will find the Supervision and Management courses balanced with a theoretical foundation in management and a practical, applied methodology to allow students in a particular industry or interest to meet course outcomes.