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Supervision and Management Courses

The core management coursework of the Bachelor of Applied Science program consists of 42 credits focused around human interaction, management, and leadership. The upper-division supervision and management courses provide students with a general, but comprehensive understanding of business enterprises and a command of practical management skills. The curriculum builds from the practitioner viewpoint to a thorough understanding of all facets of enterprise management as the student progresses.

Students will discover that the BAS in supervision and management courses are balanced with a theoretical foundation and a practical, applied methodology to allow students to meet learning outcomes. Students will begin with GEB3213 – Business Writing, and complete their degrees with MAN4900, a capstone project which ties the program coursework together with real world experience:


GEB3213

Business Writing

3

MAN3353

Management Theory and Practices

3

MAN3240

Organizational Behavior

3

BUL3130

Legal, Ethical, and Social Aspects of Business

3

ACG3024

Accounting for Non-Financial Majors

3

MAN4162

Customer Relations for Managers

3

MAN4301

Human Resource Management

3

ISM4011

Introduction to Management Information Systems

4

MAN4120

Leadership Challenges and Supervision

3

GEB4891

Strategic Management and Decision Making

4

MAN4504

Operational Decision Making

3

GEB4930

Selected Topics in Management

3

MAN4900

Capstone Project in Supervision and Management

4

                                                                                                                                            Total 42

GEB3213 is the first course in the BAS program and is a prerequisite to every other course in the program, or a co-requisite to other first semester courses.

ISM4011: Requires ISM2000 or CGS2100 or equivalent.
GEB4930: Topics rotate each term; check section notes for course topic information.

MAN4900, the Capstone course, is the final course in the program, and must be taken in the final semester.