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Management and Organizational Leadership B.A.S. Degree

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  • Management and organizational leadership

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    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.

    Choose your specialty

    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:

    • General management and organizational leadership
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Project management
    • Sustainability and green management
     
  • Grow your business and credentials

    In addition to the business certificates listed below, SPC offers a track in Insurance Services in our Business Administration A.S. degree.

    Our business certificates give you specific skills and are part of our Associate in Science degrees, which can help you earn more money.

    These subplans include a certificate:

    Our A.S. business degrees transfer to our bachelor’s degrees.

  • What you will learn

    Depending on the subplan of our management and organizational leadership bachelor's degree you choose to study, you will learn how to:

    • Effectively lead and manage small-to-medium-sized project teams in a variety environments
    • Develop fiscal plans
    • Evaluate and manage projects
    • Understand and manage operations across an organization
    • Manage a diverse group of people with varying communication, leadership and cultural styles
    • Understand the financial implications of your decisions
    • Develop new business
    • Evaluate venture opportunities
    • Work with diverse industries to develop, lead and improve sustainable business practices
    • Finish projects on time, in scope and within budget
    • Lead teams, expand influence and navigate change
    • Master the latest in project management techniques
    • Prepare to sit for the Project Management Institute Certification exam
  • Careers

    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:

    General Management

    • Operations Manager
    • Account Representative
    • Department Manager
    • Project Manager
    • Administrator
    • Retail Manager
    • Planner
    • Business Analyst
    • Supply-chain Manager
    • Customer Relations Manager
    • Employee Relations Manager
    • Customer Service Manager
    • Marketing Manager
    • Contract manager
    • Sales Manager
    • Business Services Manager
    • Retail Manager
    • Campaign Manager

    Entrepreneurship

    • Small Business Owner
    • New Business Ventures
    • Operations Manager
    • Project Manager
    • Administrator
    • Creative Director

    Sustainability

    • Construction Managers
    • Facility or Property Managers
    • Program Coordinators
    • Project Managers
    • Sustainable Management
    • Consultant
    • Sales or Field Representatives
    • Industrial Compliance Manager
    • Health and Safety Manager
    • Sustainability Management
    • Consultant

    Project Management

    • Project Manager
    • Program Manager
    • Project Development
    • Business Analyst
    • Information Technology
  • Features of our business bachelor's degrees

    • Eight-week courses
    • Courses completely online or in traditional classrooms in central Pinellas County
    • State-of-the-art technology and learning tools
    • Full-time faculty members with doctorates and industry expertise
    • Active advisory committee members who make sure skills match industry needs and trends
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  • Admissions Guide 

    Admission Requirements

    To be admitted to our Bachelor of Applied Science in Management and Organizational Leadership degree program, you need:

    • 60 credits from a regionally accredited institution, including:
      • 15 credits of transferable general education courses 
      • ENC 1101 - Composition I or equivalent
      • A college math course: MAT 1033, MAT 1100, STA 2023, STA 2023H or any MAC, MGF, MTG, MAS math prefix
    • A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.00 scale in all college classes

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