NEW Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management

Workforce demand from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) Employment Projections shows there will be 355 openings per year over the next eight years for graduates in the BAS-SM degree. Bachelor’s degree holders typically earn over $1,000,000 more in lifetime earnings than those with an Associate Degree.

Program Description/Employment Options For Graduates:

SCF’s Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Supervision and Management prepares you for supervisory and management roles and positions in private, governmental, and nonprofit organizations.  This program focuses on developing your potential in the dynamic and competitive global environment by providing meaningful learning experiences and effective instructor-student interactions.  Courses will be offered online and on each of SCF campuses in Bradenton, Lakewood Ranch and Venice.

The core curriculum requirements build the foundation and knowledge of supervision and management along with coursework in a selected concentration:  

  • Supervision and Management,
  • International Business and Trade or
  • Technology Management. 

Program of Study

Admission Requirements:

  • 2.0 GPA on a scale of 4.0;
  • Completion of at least 60 semester credit hours*, or an AA or AS degree in any discipline.
  • Successful completion of at least 50 percent of the prerequisite courses (with a grade of C or better).

*Students with less than 60 semester credit hours may enroll at SCF into an A.A. or A.S. degree, then transition into the Bachelor of Applied Science-Supervision and Management degree upon reaching 60 semester credit hours.  

Current SCF students:

  1. Sign on to "My SCF"
  2. Select “Student Tab”
  3. Select “Apply for Admission to Limited Access and Baccalaureate Programs”
  4. Select “Display Application Information”
  5. Locate the Application Type Drop Down Box: Select the Desired Program Application
  6. Complete the Application Process

New SCF students:

Please Apply Now!

For more information, contact:

Gary Baker, Baccalaureate Programs Coordinator

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