What will I learn?

A Foundation in Management Starts Here

Our world has transformed into a global economy one that demands the attention of highly trained managers and supervisors to oversee functional areas in General Management, Marketing & Sales, Human Resource Management and Project Management.

More companies are relying on skillful operations managers and productions supervisors to keep their businesses running smoothly. Public and non-profit organizations are also in need of strong leaders who know how to increase productivity and efficiency.

Benefits of completing this program include:

  • Higher earning potential
  • Increase career opportunities
  • Evening, weekend, and online classes available
  • Earn certifications in Accounting, Business Administration or Marketing while completing your degree

Is this program right for you?

We have carefully developed this curriculum for current Broward College A.S. students, recent A.S. graduates and professionals returning to school to advance their careers.

Whether you’re a first-time student, working professional, stay-at-home parent or a family caretaker, Broward College works with you to stay on track for graduation. If you want to shorten up the amount of time you spend in your program, enroll in fast-track courses designed to cut your school time in half. You can always opt for a traditional class format if you crave a structure that lets you pace yourself.

Concentrations

Students earning a B.A.S. in Supervision & Management will have the opportunity to enroll in four courses (12 hours) that include a capstone project or internship specifically geared toward their selected concentration.

General Management:

MAN3303: Management and Leadership*
QMB2302C: Applied Business Analytics*
GEB4131: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management*
MAN4900: Capstone Project OR MAN4940: Internship*

Marketing & Sales:

MAR3231: Retail Management*
Integrated Marketing Communication*
MAR3323: Integrated Marketing Communication*
MAN4900: Capstone Project OR MAN4940: Internship*

Human Resource Management:

MAN4330: Compensation and Benefits*
MAN4320: Training and Development*
MAN4937: Applied Concepts in Human Resource Management*
MAN4900: Capstone Project OR MAN4940: Internship*

Project Management:

CIS1513C: Project Management*
ISM3314C: Applied Project Management*
ISM4930C: Agile Project Management*
MAN4900: Capstone Project OR MAN4940: Internship*

*all with a minimum grade of C

Which department am I in?

Broward College

Study options

Full Time (120 credit hours)

Tuition fees
USD $7,073.40 (tuition cost for 12 credits)
Start date

Expected January, May, August 2022

Venue

Broward College

111 East Las Olas Boulevard,

FORT LAUDERDALE,

Florida,

33301, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students must complete an Associate's Degree or sixty (60) college level credits prior to applying for the Bachelor's Degree Program. Students who have completed post-secondary work outside the United States will be required to provide a commercial evaluation of all course work completed with the admission application. English language requirements: ?IELTS - 6.5 to 9.0; TOEFL IBT - 79 to 120; Cambridge English Advanced - 176 to 209+.

For international students

Students must have completed a minimum of 15 semester hours of general education requirements.

PLUS

Have completed a combined 60 credit hours at the lower undergraduate level from a regionally accredited institution.

English Language Requirements

IELTS: 6.5; TOEFL IBT: 79; Cambridge English Advanced: 176; PTE Academic: 58.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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