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FAQs - Supervision & Management

What are the admission requirements?
Eligible applicants are those who have earned at a minimum, an Associate of Science (A.S.) or an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) from a regionally accredited institution and who have at least a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Students who have earned an A.S. or A.A.S. degree will have completed a minimum of 15 college credits of transferable general education coursework and will complete the remaining general education requirements as part of the B.A.S. degree program.

Students with an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree or 60 credit hours without a degree may be admitted to the program upon the recommendation of the Dean for Student Affairs and the Dean for Business, Technology and Management.

How to Apply 
  • New Students: Complete an application if you do not currently attend Broward College and pay a $35 application fee.
  • Returning Student: Complete a re-entry application. No fee required.
  • All Students Complete a supplemental application for the B.A.S. program if you’re a new student AND if you currently attend Broward College.
    Supplemental applications are also available at the following campuses and centers:

    North Campus
    Building 46, Room 232
    A. Hugh Adams Central Campus
    Building 19, Room 116
    Judson A. Samuels South Campus
    Building 68, Room 213
    Willis Holcombe Center
    Building 33, Room 107
    Pines Center*
    Building 100, Room 106

    *Weston and Miramar Town Center students may obtain the supplemental application at the Pines Center.
Are there career development services available when I’m ready to graduate?
Yes. All Broward College students have access to the Career Center. Use the Career Center to: 
  • Get career guidance
  • Find internships and jobs
  • Learn interviewing tips and techniques
  • Get help writing resumes and cover letters
How much is tuition? How does financial aid work for the Bachelor of Applied Science programs?
Tuition at Broward College is the most affordable in South Florida. To see tuition costs, financial aid and scholarships available, please visit the Financial Aid section.
I have an Associate of Arts degree. Am I eligible to be admitted to the B.A.S. degree program?
Yes. Students who have earned an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from a regionally accredited institution may also apply and be admitted with the recommendation of the Dean for Business, Technology, and Management and Dean for Student Affairs. 
To begin this process, students should meet with the Student Success Coordinator for the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program, whose contact information is in the Contact Us section. 
I have 60 college credits without a degree. Am I eligible to be admitted to the B.A.S. degree programs?
Yes. Students who have earned at least 60 college credits from a regionally accredited institution but have yet to receive a degree may also apply and be admitted with the recommendation of the Dean for Business, Technology and Management and the Dean for Student Affairs.
To begin this process, students are required to meet with the Student Success Coordinator for the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program. Office hours and contact information is in the Contact Us section below.  
May I attend full-time or part-time?
Yes, you may attend as either one. B.A.S. degree programs are designed for the working adult who seeks flexible class scheduling in an accelerated format.
Contact Us
Richard Louis, Program Manager
North Campus
Building 46, Room 238-A
1000 Coconut Creek Parkway
Coconut Creek, Florida 33066
Classroom Experience
The moment you step foot into your first class, you will be immersed in a program that focuses on current and emerging issues in both business and management. You will learn:
·         Basic public speaking skills
·         Writing in a business environment
·         How to analyze financial statements
·         How to manage personnel and deal with customers
In addition to having a well-rounded curriculum, you also have the opportunity to experience workplace diversity at the classroom level. Broward College is proud to offer a multicultural experience that offers global business leaders-in-training like you a chance to work with students hailing from Canada, South America and the Caribbean. Class sizes are small, so you don’t have to compete for the attention of the faculty.
Whether you’re a first-time student, working professional, stay-at-home parent or a family caretaker, Broward College works with you stay on track for graduation. If you want to shorten up the amount of time you spend in class, enroll in fast track courses 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.
Enjoy education your way at Broward College, and become a better business leader with faculty members who motivate you.


View full BAS Supervision & Management program requirements.

Career Path

Global markets are expanding more and more each day, giving you the chance to use your degree overseas. At home, current and new businesses and organizations are always in need of managers and supervisors to help them tighten up their processes.

Is This Program Right for Me?

Leading a business takes a certain degree of stamina and perseverance. We recommend pursuing your B.A.S. in Supervision & Management if you’re:

·         Analytical
·         Diplomatic
·         A self-starter
·         Able to multitask
·         Highly organized
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. When you apply, you should:
·         Complete a minimum of 15 semester hours of general education requirements
·         Have at least 60 credit hours under your belt at the lower undergraduate level, even if they’re not for a full A.S. program (more info in FAQs)


Broward College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Broward College.
At Broward College, we strive to bring you faculty members that have proven their leadership in the business world, so you can learn from the best. You will be educated by people who who were in the top tiers of leadership in various companies. The professional experience of faculty and adjuncts helps you develop business and leadership skills grounded in the experiences of those who will be teaching you.
​Courses for BAS Supervision & Management students include:
·         Business ethics
·         Managing operations
·         Leadership development
In order to graduate from the BAS programs, you must complete 120 credit hours of undergraduate studies, and successfully complete a capstone project in your senior year.

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