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BAS Concentration Areas

In addition to the 42 credits of program specific courses, Bachelor of Applied Science students must complete 18 credits from a single technical or academic concentration area. For students entering the program with a completed Associate of Science (AS) degree, this requirement is typically met with their AS program courses. Students entering the BAS program with a previously completed Associate of Arts will need a further 18 credits of concentration courses.

Concentration courses must be selected from a single technical or academic field, and are designed to deepen your understanding in a specialty area of study. The concentration classes, paired with the BAS management coursework, will prepare you to supervise, manage, and lead in your chosen field. For your specific requirements, be sure to meet with a Daytona State College Academic Advisor.

Possible concentrations include, but are not limited to:

  • Project Management
  • General Business Management
  • Human Resource Management (coming 2019)
  • Supply Chain Management (coming 2019)
  • Associate of Science degree coursework
  • Other concentrations on case by case basis


Project Management Concentration

MAN3593

Scheduling and Logistics

3

MAN4520

Quality Management

3

MAN4535

Business Process Analysis

3

MAN4583

Applied Project Management

3

MAN4584

Project Risk Management

3

MAN4741

Agile Project Management

3

Students may also earn an Advanced Technical Certificate in Project Management by completing this concentration, in addition to concentration-specific GEB4930 and MAN4900 courses. Contact Grady Meeks Grady.Meeks@daytonstate.edu or your academic advisor for details.

General Business Management Concentration

*Sample courses, many course options available in this concentration

MAN3350

Training and Development

3

MAN3570

Purchasing and Materials Support

3

MAN4330

Compensation and Benefits

3

MAN4597

Global Supply Chain Management

3

MANxxxx

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3

MANxxxx

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3

Human Resource Management Concentration

*In development, anticipated concentration start date 2019

MAN4330

Compensation and Benefits

3

MAN3350

Training and Development

3

MAN4320

Recruitment and Selection

3

BUL4310

Legal Issues in Human Resource Management

3

GEB2430

Ethics and Social Responsibility

3

MAN2345

Supervision of Personnel

3

Supply Chain Management Concentration

*In development, anticipated concentration start date 2019

MAN4535

Business Process Analysis

3

MAN4520

Quality Management

3

MAN3570

Purchasing and Materials Management

3

MAN4597

Global Supply Chain Management

3

MNA2161

Customer Service Management

3

MAR2011

Principles of Global Marketing

3