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2009-2010 Catalog 
2009-2010 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Supervision and Management, BAS

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The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Supervision and Management 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 and international business. Elective choices will include additional courses in marketing, management, information technology and accounting. Courses are offered in an online or blend of online and traditional formats,
including courses in an accelerated eight-week fashion, to accommodate students’ various schedules and learning preferences.

Admission Requirements:

  1. Applicants must apply for admission and be accepted to Edison State College. Official transcripts from all previously attended colleges or universities must be sent directly to the Office of the Registrar.
  2. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale in relevant transfer courses that apply toward the BAS degree.
  3. Applicants must have earned:
  • An Associate in Science degree from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum of 60 credit hours.


  • An Associate in Arts degree or 60 hours of transfer credit, which includes the completion of the Florida State general education requirements. Such applicants must complete a Principles of Management course (MAN 2021 at Edison State College) prior to enrollment in any upper division MAN courses.
  • Students must complete Composition I, Composition II and three credit hours of college level mathematics prior to enrollment in any upper division courses.

General Education Requirements:

Total: 36


*Prior to enrollment in any upper division course (3000 or 4000 level), students must complete ENC 1101, ENC 1102 and three credit hours of college level mathematics with grades of “C” or higher.

Approved electives ***: 45


**courses may be used to satisfy Social Science electives within the General Education Requirements.

@required prior to enrollment in upper division MAN courses if no previous MAN coursework completed.

***Consult with a BAS Program Advisor.

Total: 30

Supervision and Management Electives

Total Credit Hours: 120

Graduation Requirements:

  1.  Students must satisfactorily complete 120 credit hours. For residency purposes, a minimum of 30 credit hours required for graduation must be completed at Edison State College. All other specific degree requirements must also be met. Credit awarded for college-preparatory instruction may not be counted toward fulfilling the total number of credits required for residency purposes or graduation.
  2. For purposes of conferring the bachelor’s degree, students must complete at least 39 credit hours of courses numbered 3000 level or above. At least 30 of the 39 hours must be earned at Edison State College.
  3. Students must fulfill all requirements for their program major. Students should refer to program graduation requirements.
  4. Students must achieve a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale for all work at Edison State College. Students pursuing a degree in education must achieve a 2.5 average or higher in all coursework. Individual programs may require a higher grade point average for graduation.
  5. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all upper division program requirements.
  6. Students must complete the general education requirements of the Associate in Arts Degree including any assessment of general education outcomes that are required by the College. Transfer courses will be reviewed for equivalency. Students who transfer to Edison State College with a previous associate in arts degree from a Florida community college, or bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution, are
    considered to have met the general education component of the degree.
  7. Students must have completed Florida’s foreign language requirement prior to the completion of the bachelor’s degree. Students may meet this competency in one of two ways:
    1. successful completion of two years of a single foreign language while in high school (official high school transcripts must be submitted to the College Registrar), or
    2. successful completion of two semesters (8-10 credit hours) of a single foreign language in college (or through corresponding College Level Examination Program CLEP exams). Edison State College may determine standards for review of non-traditional foreign language competence for languages not available through CLEP (in languages other than French, German and Spanish).
  8. In accordance with State Rule 6A- 10.0312, a student must demonstrate proficiency on the State of Florida College-Level Academic Skills Test (CLAST) or meet eligibility standards for CLAST alternatives. Students in pursuit of the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree must complete the CLAST requirement by the time they have earned 36 semester hours as a BAS student.
  9. Students must meet program criteria prior to enrollment in the capstone or internship experience.

Students must complete an Application for Graduation through the Office of the Registrar and enroll for the GRD 4000 the semester in which they intend to graduate. Students must apply for graduation by the published deadline to be assured of final clearance for graduation, timely receipt of diploma, and participation in the graduation ceremony. Individual programs may identify graduation application deadlines.

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