Supervision and Management (BAS)

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Supervision and Management (SMAN) program is designed to prepare individuals as managerial and supervisory personnel in a variety of professions. The program provides a career and educational pathway for students who have earned an Associate in Science degree in a professional and technical discipline. This degree also provides an excellent opportunity for individuals with an Associate in Arts degree and interest or experience in acquiring leadership, business management, and supervisory skills.

Program Highlights

The BAS in Supervision and Management program includes courses in leadership, strategic planning, accounting, finance and budgeting, human resource management, business ethics, marketing and international business. Elective choices will include additional courses in management, information technology, entrepreneurship, and accounting. Courses are offered in a blend of online and traditional formats, including courses in an accelerated eight-week fashion, to accommodate students’ various schedules and learning preferences.

The BAS SMAN program is a solid, broad-based degree program which prepares graduates for career promotions and advancement in a wide spectrum of managerial and administrative positions in a variety of organizations.

Continuing Toward a Master’s Degree

  • The BAS in Supervision and Management program prepares students to continue their education with a Master’s Degree in Management, Business Administration, Leadership, or other related areas at many local colleges and universities as well as those located throughout the state and country. Graduates of the FSW BAS SMAN program can matriculate into the Lutgert College of Business, Master of Business Administration at Florida Gulf Coast University or into the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship graduate programs and certificates at Nova Southeastern University. Please see your Academic Advisor for more details.

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