Our online bachelor's degree in management and organizational leadership gives you a foundation to succeed in today's business environment. We combine applied-learning techniques with academic rigor to give you a well-rounded and needed perspective for solving everyday management problems.
This online bachelor's
degree lets you take the classes that fit your experience, training or
previous education. Within the management and organizational leadership bachelor's degree, you
can choose from the following sub-plans:
Our business certificates give you specific skills and are part of our Associate in Science degrees, which can help you earn more money.
Depending on the subplan of our management and organizational leadership bachelor's degree you choose to study, you will learn how to:
Depending on the sub-plan you choose, the management and organizational leadership bachelor's degree prepares you for various management jobs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the anticipated growth rate for management jobs is expected to increase through 2016 by approximately 12 percent. This degree can prepare you to be:
Effective Beginning Catalog Term: Fall 2018 (550)
The requirements shown below are valid beginning Fall 2018 (550), and may not reflect degree requirements for current students. Current students should visit My SPC and view My Learning Plan to see specific degree requirements for their effective term.
Dr. Greg Nenstiel, Dean, EPI, (727) 791-2433Michael Ewell, MS, Academic Department Coordinator, EPI and St Pete Gibbs, (727) 791-2610
This degree program is designed with the active assistance of business and industrial leaders. This integrated program will give students a broad range of organizational and management skills necessary for a variety of supervisory positions. Students will learn how to become effective leaders and increase their earning potential.
The Academic Pathway is a tool for students that lists the following items:
o the recommended order in which to take the program courses
o suggested course when more than one option exists
o which semester each course is typically offered
o if the course has a prerequisite
o courses that may lead to a certificate (if offered in the program)
If you are starting the program this term, click here to access the recommended Academic Pathway.
If you have already started the program, click here for the archived Academic Pathways.
Please verify the Academic Pathway lists your correct starting semester.
Florida CIP Code
1105202991: SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT (BAS)
Federal CIP Code
52.0299: Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other.
Job Related Opportunities
Admission requires completion of sixty (60) college-level credits in a related discipline, including 15 credits of transferable general education courses.
Students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 on a 4.00 scale in all post-secondary coursework.
Please note that total program hours may vary. Consult an advisor for any additional questions. Other relevant courses may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
All students must complete the 36 credit general education requirement in order to graduate from this program. A.S. degree holders may need to complete an additional 15-21 general education credits to complete the thirty-six (36) credit hour general education requirement.
If you have not completed two consecutive years of the same foreign language in high school or 8 credits in college, you will need to complete 8 credits of foreign language before completing the B.A.S. program.
ADMISSIONS COURSESLower Division Support Courses (Select 15 credits)
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTA.A. Degree (or 60 credits with at least 15 General Education credits)
MAJOR CORE COURSESMajor Requirements (Complete 27 credits)
MAJOR CORE COURSESREQUIRED FINAL COURSE - Last Semester for All Students
Select ONE of the following Subplans
SUBPLANSelect ONE subplan from below (Complete 12 credits)
SUBPLAN CORE COURSESSubplan: Management & Organizational Leadership General (MGT) (Complete 3 credits)
SUBPLAN ELECTIVE COURSESSubplan: Management & Organizational Leadership General (MGT) (Select 9 credits)
SUBPLAN CORE COURSESSubplan: Entrepreneurship (ENTRE) (Complete 9 credits)
SUBPLAN ELECTIVE COURSESSubplan: Entrepreneurship (ENTRE) (Select 3 credits)
SUBPLAN CORE COURSESSubplan: Project Management (PROJECT MA) (Complete 12 credits)
SUBPLAN CORE COURSESSubplan: Sustainability and Green Management (SGM) (Select 12 credits)
SUBPLAN CORE COURSESSubplan: Sports Management (SPMGT) (Complete 12 credits)
1 CGS1100 is a recommended support course if not previously taken. MAN3504 and QMB3200 both use spreadsheet formulas.2 STA2023 is a recommended support course for the MTGORG-BAS program (Pre-requisite Math MAT1033 or MAT1100 required for STA2023).3 ACG2450 - If taken at SPC, the course content prepares student to take the QuickBooks Certification Exam4 MAN1500, MAN1590 and MAN2571 content associated with Industry Certification exams in Supply Chain Management offered at SPC5 Completion of REE1040 with 70% or better allows the student to sit for the State of Florida Real Estate Sales Agent License Exam6 Completion of RMI1210, RMI2113, RMI2213 and GEB2940 or RMI2940 will earn the Insurance Customer Service License (completion of an Associate's degree required)* QMB 2100 is not currently offered at SPC, but is accepted as a transfer course.7 FIN3403 should be completed within the first 15 credit hours of the BAS coursework.8, 9 8) For students in Effective terms prior to 0520, MAN 4900 will be completed for 3 credits. For
students in term 0520 or later, MAN 4900 will be offered at 6 credits starting Fall 2017.
9) All required major core courses must be completed (27 credits) before the Capstone course can be taken.11 Completion of 18 credits in MAN3503, MAN4583, MAN4741, MAN4881, MAN4883 and MAN4885 allows up to 1500 hours of Project Management experience toward the CAPM or PMP certification exam requirements12 Pending SCNS approval.
To be admitted to our Bachelor of Applied Science in Management and Organizational Leadership degree program, you need:
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