Welcome to the Supply Chain Management Express Class 12

The Supply Chain Management Express is an intensive, accelerated program designed to help motivated students earn their Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supply Chain Management in just over 2 years. Along the way, you will also earn your Associate of Science degree in Supply Chain Management Operations, your Associate of Arts degree, and a number of Technical Certificates.

We are proud to have a partnership with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), the leading industry association which boasts members around the globe. CSCMP maintains the SCPro™ Fundamentals certification program. As part of your studies, you will have the opportunity to earn a number of SCPro™ Fundamentals certifications. You will see them notated throughout the schedule by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class There is a fee associated with these certification exams. Earning these certifications will set you apart in the workplace.

We also have a number of ways to accelerate your education even more by offering test-out options for certain classes. If you have the requisite knowledge, you may be able to earn credit for courses by taking a test to demonstrate your competency. These courses are denoted throughout the schedule by a Credit-by-Examination option available for this class

All classes are held:
Broward College Miramar West Center
1930 SW 145th Street, Miramar, FL 33027

Ready to start? You first need to:

  1. Apply to Broward College
  2. Pay the application fee
  3. Order your transcripts from your high school and any college or university you have listed on your application
    (Send Transcripts to Broward College)
  4. Apply for Financial Aid Even if you do not think you will be eligible for federal financial aid, it is to your benefit to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as many scholarships require that you apply for federal financial aid first
  5. Take Placement Tests If you graduated high school prior to 2014 or graduated high school outside the State of Florida, you may need to take placement tests

Lastly, all students graduating with a bachelor's degree in the State of Florida must meet the foreign language competency requirement. Speak to the program advisor for more details.

Contact Associate Dean D. Preston Steele at dsteele@broward.edu for more information.

Supply Chain Express, Class 12 Course Descriptions

Spring 2022 (Term 20222)

Session 2 – January - March 2022

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This is an introductory course in basic computer and internet use. It covers computer hardware and software fundamentals (including the use of Windows), key productivity applications (including word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation systems), and living in an online world (including network fundamentals, emails, and the effective use of the Internet as a communication tool and information resource). Students will develop basic computer skills to aid them with college studies and workforce readiness. Hands-on use of a personal computer is required.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class ENC1101 Composition I (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: A university parallel course in which the student writes expository themes in various modes. Research methods and library skills are introduced and a documented paper is required. Each student is encouraged to use the writing lab to strengthen writing skills. Placement in ENC 1101 is determined by both standard and departmental assessment tests. A student must earn a grade of 'C' or higher to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:45 p.m.
SCM1161 Supply Chain Management (3 Credit Hours) Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course presents an integrated approach to the management of activities involved in moving goods and services from suppliers to customers. The course will focus on what employees and managers must do to ensure an effective supply chain exists in their organization. Students will learn about SCM functions, warehousing, purchasing and inventory, e-commerce, information flow, and customer service. Students planning on earning the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supply Chain Management must earn a grade of 'C' or better.

Spring 2022 (Term 20222)

Session 4 – March - May 2022

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
CGS1510C Excel Data Analysis (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course provides hands-on applications with a spreadsheet software package. Through lecture and lab practices, students will develop skills that create, manipulate, and utilize spreadsheets. Students must earn a grade of 'C' or better.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
SCM1001 Introduction to Transportation & Logistics (3 Credit Hours) Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course deals with the role of logistics in the economy and the organization. Topics explored are customer service, logistics information systems, inventory management, material management, and supply chain management. The objective is to explore the full scope of the transportation plant and its services as a necessary preparation for efficient use of the transportation system. Students planning on earning the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supply Chain Management must earn a grade of 'C' or better.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:34 p.m.
SCM2151 Demand Planning (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: The effective anticipation, planning, and management of customer demand are key factors in the success of any organization. Companies strive to provide improved customer service levels at reduced costs, with planning and managing demand being two key components. This certification track is intended to train students in the basics of demand planning so they can quickly familiarize themselves with and become effective contributors to the demand planning processes that are part of SCM. Key elements of this course include aspects of demand planning, the interaction between demand and order management, demand planning principles, demand planning tools and techniques, communication and management of demand, and contemporary approaches to demand planning.

Summer 2022 (Term 20223)

Session 1 – May - August 2022

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
MGF1106 Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This general education course will include topics in logic, geometry, set theory, probability, and statistics. This course will also emphasize applications to real-world situations and the integration of topics from other disciplines, including, but not limited to, business and the physical sciences. Meets Area 5a of the General Education Requirements for the A.A. degree and for the A.S. degree.

Session 2 – May - June 2022

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
PHI2600 Introduction to Ethics (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course is an introduction to the nature of ethics, ethical thinking, major intellectual movements in the history of ethics, and specific problems in ethics. A study of the basic concepts and principles of morals, values, and judgments that govern human actions, as well as various ethical theories, will be conducted. The relationship between ethics, society, religion, and culture will also be examined.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:45 p.m.
SCM2060 Customer Service/Customer Relationship Management (3 Credit Hours) Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course will enable students to understand Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Customer Service Operations (CSO) as it refers to practices, strategies, and technologies that companies use to manage and analyze customer interactions and data throughout the customer lifecycle, with the goal of improving business relationships with customers, assisting in customer retention and driving sales growth. CRM and CSO key performance elements include compiling information on customers across different channels, points of contact between the customer and the company, which could include the company's website, telephone, live chat, direct mail, marketing materials, and social media. CRM and CSO systems provide customer service staff detailed information on customers' personal information, purchase history, buying preferences, and concerns.

Session 3 – June - August 2022

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 10:25 p.m.
FIN2051 Finance of International Trade (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course provides a general survey of international trade. Topics studied include transportation modes, cargo insurance, and the various special terms of sale used in overseas transactions. Also covered are import/export, foreign exchange, pricing, and quotations; import/ export documentation and procedures; documentary credits, international payments, and collections; bank financing sources for international trade and alternative financing techniques.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:45 p.m.
SCM2150 Intro to Procurement (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course presents current and thorough coverage in the critical area of procurement for logistics managers. Students gain insight and knowledge into the strategies, processes, and practices of procurement, including demands placed on procurement managers, the ethical, contractual, and legal issues faced by procurement professionals, and the impact of procurement and supply chain management on the competitive success and profitability of the organization.

Fall 2022 (Term 20231)

Session 2 – August - October 2022

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class MAN2021 Introduction to Management (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course covers fundamental management principles and concepts. Emphasis is placed on the management functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. Principles of scientific management, motivation, and economic analysis are studied relative to their use in business decisions.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
SCP1017 Introduction to Speech Communication (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with fundamental training and practical experience for researching, organizing, and delivering speeches in public situations. Topics include audience analysis, speech anxiety, critical listening, and preparation and delivery of informative, persuasive, and other possible types of public speeches in various cultural contexts with emphasis on academic and scholarly research. Students will also learn to effectively incorporate audio and visual aids/technologies for effective speeches. SPC1017 Intro to Speech Communication meets the International/Intercultural competency requirement.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:45 p.m.
SCM2360 Six Sigma Yellow Belt (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: The units in this body of knowledge include learning objectives in the form of specific learning outcomes and the cognitive level at which test questions will be written. This information will provide guidance for the candidate preparing to take the exam. The specific learning outcomes are not intended to limit the subject matter or be all-inclusive of what might be covered in an exam. It is meant to clarify the type of content to be included in the exam. Although the intent of this course is to prepare a candidate to take the Six-Sigma Yellow Belt certification the content is, nonetheless, significantly valuable to any supply chain management curriculum. The descriptor in parentheses at the end of each entry refers to the maximum cognitive level at which the topic will be tested.

Session 4 – October - December 2022

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: An introductory course in macroeconomic principles covering basic economic problems and concepts. Topics discussed and analyzed include basic economic problems of unemployment and inflation. Students will recognize the role of households, businesses, and governments in the market economy and in their own lives. This is a writing credit course.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
APA1111C Introduction to Accounting (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course provides instruction in standard bookkeeping procedures for small professional, service, and retail sole proprietorships. This course focuses on understanding the accounting equation, preparing basic financial statements, cash management, payroll, and inventory management. This course is primarily for the non-accounting major.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:45 p.m.
SCM1020 Manufacturing & Service Operations (3 Credit Hours) Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course teaches the operations function as a function that takes inputs and transforms them into outputs that meet customer requirements. Manufacturing outputs may take the form of materials, components, parts, or finished products. Service operations come in a wide variety of situations such as repair operations, equipment set up operations, or event management services. The importance of managing operations processes is also introduced. The types of decisions that are made to ensure the design of effective and efficient operating processes is reviewed.

Spring 2023 (Term 20232)

Session 2 – January - March 2023

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
ECO2023 Principles of Microeconomics (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: An introductory course stressing microeconomic theories. Topics studied include the theory and application of supply and demand elasticity; theory of consumer demand, utility; production and cost theory including the law of diminishing returns; the firm's profit-maximizing behaviors under market models ranging from pure competition to pure monopoly; the theory of income distribution; comparative advantage, trade policies exchange rates, the balance of payments, and other international issues. This is a writing credit course. Prerequisite: Completion of prep reading obligation.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:45 p.m.
EVR1001 Environmental Science (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: Study of the physical environment, its relationship with the biosphere, and man's impact upon natural systems. This course includes ecological systems, Florida environments and geology, pollution and environmental regulations, renewable and nonrenewable resources, and sustainability. This course meets General Education requirements in the Biological and Physical Sciences.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 2:45 p.m.
SCM2221 Warehouse Operations (3 Credit Hours) Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course will enable students to understand the various functions involved in the operation of a warehouse. Key elements include the role of warehousing in the supply chain, storage and handling techniques, performance metrics, customer service considerations, and safety concerns across various types of distribution facilities.

Session 4 – March - May 2023

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class ARH2000 Art Appreciation (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: Art Appreciation is a course for non-art majors that introduces a chronological history of art including style, form, media, and meaning. This is a writing credit course with international/intercultural content. Students must earn a minimum grade of C to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule for writing.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class ENC1102 Composition II (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: ENC1101
Course Description: Composition II is designed to further develop a student's communication skills by building on the writing and critical thinking strategies learned in ENC1101. The course requires students to observe the conventions of Standard American English and create documented essays, demonstrating a students' ability to think critically and communicate analytically. Selected texts supplement the course and provide topics for discussion and assignments. Students use library research methods for primary and secondary sources to produce MLA style-documented and well-argued research essays and projects. This is a writing credit course. Students must earn a minimum grade of C to meet the requirements of the Gordon Rule for Writing.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class STA2023 Statistics (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: STA1001 with a grade of 'C' or better
Course Description: The first course in statistical methods includes such topics as collecting, grouping, and presenting data; measures of central tendency, position, and variation; theoretical distributions; probability; test of hypotheses; estimation of parameters; and regression and correlation. Use of statistical computer software and/or a scientific calculator (capable of performing 2-variable statistics) will be required. Students must earn a grade of 'C' or better.

Summer 2023 (Term 20233)

Session 1 – May - August 2023

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
ESC1000 Earth Science (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: An integration of the three classic disciplines of the earth sciences, geology, meteorology, and oceanography. The course will focus on the basic principles governing these disciplines, and the effect of each on man.
ESC1000L Earth Science Laboratory (1 Credit Hour)
Prerequisites: ESC1001 (co-requisite)
Course Description: This course will have experiments and exercises that will be investigating the hydrosphere, lithosphere, and atmosphere of the earth. The earth will also be mapped and investigated as an object in space. At least 3 of the following five units will be covered:(1)Introduction to Laboratory Study*, (2) The Solid Earth*, (3) Earth's Waters, (4) Earth's atmospheres, and (5) Mapping.

Session 2 – May - June 2023

Friday: 6 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Credit-by-Examination option available for this class HLP1081 Total Wellness (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: Total Wellness emphasizes the importance of knowledge, attitudes, and practices relating to personal wellness. It is a course designed to expose students to a broad range of issues and information relating to the various aspects of personal wellness including physical, social-emotional, intellectual, spiritual, and environmental wellness. This course integrates personal wellness and fitness in both a classroom and exercise environment. Evolving current topics such as nutrition, disease prevention, stress reduction, exercise prescription, and environmental responsibility are integrated to enable the student to understand the lifelong effects of healthy lifestyle choices.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
SCM4105 Supply Chain Modeling (3 Credit Hours) Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class
Prerequisites: CGS1510C, STA2023, SCM1161, all with a grade of 'C' or better
Course Description: This course will enable students to create quantitative models in Microsoft Excel, as supporting tools in decision-making. The course will follow the case study method, exposing students to business situations typically encountered by Supply Chain Management professionals. Students will learn how to select the applicable tool to address the situation described in every case, create the corresponding quantitative model, write objective recommendations derived from the analysis, and present these in a simulated boardroom meeting environment. The course will cover Decision Analysis, Linear Regression Modeling, Forecasting Methods, Optimization Modeling, and Monte Carlo Simulation.

Session 3 – June - August 2023

Friday: 6 p.m. - 8:45 a.m.
MAN3240 Organizational Behavior & Leadership (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course teaches students individual and group behavior in organizations. Students develop an understanding of how organizations can be managed more effectively. Course content includes motivation, group dynamics, conflict resolution, goal setting and rewards, job design, work stress, power/politics, and organizational change and development.

Saturday: 12 p.m. - 2:45 a.m.
SCM3110 Supply Chain Management II (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: STA2023, SCM1001, SCM1161
Course Description: This course is an overview of logistics functions within a firm and in the context of integrated vertical systems. Topics include customer service, information flow inventory control, materials management, order processing, packaging, and physical distribution.

Fall 2023 (Term 20241)

Session 2 – August - October 2023

Friday: 6 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
GEA2000 World Geography (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: Regional geographical characteristics, area relationships, and major regional internal as well as interactive problems will be analyzed. The theme of this course is to impart geographic knowledge at the world regional level, then explain how these factors create global contrasts. Special emphasis will be placed on how the world has become more interdependent as complex economic systems have evolved and become more specialized.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
ECO3703 International Economics (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: ECO2013, ECO2023
Course Description: An exploration of why nations trade, the effects of trade on the economy, international commercial policy, the balance of payments, exchange rate determination, the Euro currency markets, and international trade institutions.

Saturday: 11:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
BUL3130 Business Law & Ethics (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course explores the nature of legal, ethical, and societal environments of business. Emphasis is placed on a business's social, legal, political, and ethical responsibilities to both external and internal groups for business. Topics include corporate social responsibility, legal, political, and ethical aspects of business, state and federal laws, contracts, intellectual property, employment law, product liability, safety issues, and environmental regulation.

Session 4 – October - December 2023

Friday: 6 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
FIN3403 Managerial Finance (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: ECO2013, ECO2023
Course Description: This is an introductory course in managerial finance in which students gain a clear, basic understanding of the fundamentals of finance and its related decision-making. The course will cover all elements of organizational finance from budget development to finance management, and from procurement to accounting. topics include: how financial structure and operational efficiency affect a firm; alternative methods of raising funds; concepts of equity versus borrowed funds; financial planning and forecasting, working capital management; international financial management and other topics relevant to the acquisition, financing, and management of business assets and business decision-making, with emphasis on doing business in a multi-national environment.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
SCM3315 Six Sigma Green Belt (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: STA2023
Course Description: This course is to prepare a candidate for the Six-Sigma Green Belt certification. The content is significantly valuable to any supply chain management curriculum. The descriptor in parentheses at the end of each entry refers to the maximum cognitive level at which the topic will be tested. The units include learning objectives in the form of specific learning outcomes and the cognitive level at which test questions will be written. The specific learning outcomes are not intended to limit the subject matter or be all-inclusive of what might be covered in an exam.

Satueday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 3:45 p.m.
SCM4134 International Law & Supply Chain Management (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: BUL3130, SCM3110
Course Description: Students will be exposed to the legal implications of transacting business across national borders. The focus will be on transactional international business law as applied to supply chain management. Topics will include the legal and ethical environment of international business, international contracting, importing-exporting, trade finance, employment and labor in the global marketplace, manufacturing workplace conditions overseas, transnational sharp/anti-trust activities to avoid, and international intellectual property law and licensing. The student will gain an appreciation of the special risks of conducting business internationally and the legal pitfalls associated with those risks that confront supply chain managers on a daily basis.

Spring 2024 (Term 20242)

Session 2 – January - March 2024

Friday: 6:30 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
SCM4330 Applied Production/Operations Management (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: STA2023, SCM3110
Course Description: This course provides management and analytical concepts/tools for the management of operations and the decision-making process within the scope of the supply chain. Recently, operations strategy has provided companies with a competitive advantage in supply chains and transportation. Decision-making regarding operational issues is one of the most common tasks within organizations. This course will enable the student to perform the quantitative analysis necessary and understand the management issues in order to make good operational decisions within the supply chain.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
SCM3141 Procurement Management (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: STA2023, SCM3110
Course Description: This course presents current and thorough coverage in the critical area of procurement for logistics managers. Students gain insight and knowledge into the strategies, processes, and practices of procurement, including demands placed on procurement managers, the ethical, contractual, and legal issues faced by procurement professionals, and the impact of procurement and supply chain management on the competitive success and profitability of the organization.

Saturday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 3:45 p.m.
MAR4840 Services Marketing (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None
Course Description: This course is a study of marketing decision-making in the services sector. The primary focus is on the unique aspects of services that impact marketing decision-making in small and medium-sized enterprises. This course will build upon basic marketing principles to provide learners with the skills necessary to market and manage services in an increasingly competitive global marketplace. Students will apply course concepts to solve problems in actual business cases involving firms in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Session 4 – March - May 2024

SCM4191 Supply Chain Capstone (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: None (must be taken in the last term, or SCM4810)
Course Description: This course is intended to help students acquire skills in applying research principles and obtaining practice in rigorous data collection and reporting. Students take this course in their final term. Notes: This course must be taken in the student's last semester of the Supply Chain Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree program.

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
SCM3162 Supply Chain Quality Management (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: STA2023, SCM3110
Course Description: This course focuses on quality enhancement methodologies within the supply chain. Students will learn how to assess the current position of a firm and identify an effective strategy for improvement based on a profound understanding of the company, market, processes, and customers.

Satueday: 12 p.m. (Noon) - 3:45 p.m.
SCM4120 Global Logistics/Import & Export (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: BUL4264, SCM3110
Course Description: This course encompasses logistics activities of multinational firms, international transportation systems, global sourcing, customer service, facility location, inventory management, customs issues, export-import activities, and the role of governments.

** Students will graduate this term from the BAS Supply Chain Management **

Special Note: Students graduating from the BAS Supply Chain Management must meet the following requirement, as per college policy 6Hx2-4.22:
Complete eight credits in one foreign language or American Sign Language. Students who have completed two years of high school foreign language in one language are considered to have met the requirement. Students who have earned an Associate in Arts degree from a Florida State College or State University System (SUS) institution before the Fall term of 1989, or who have maintained continuous enrollment in a Florida community college or SUS institution since the Fall term, 1989, are exempt from the requirement.

** Subject to Change **

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class Credit-by-Examination option available for this class

Credit-by-Examination option available for this class Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals SCPro™ Fundamentals Certification earned in this class

Class 12 Friday/Saturday SCMO & SCM (30 students) - 20222/20242
Class 12 Year Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Term Spring (20222) Summer (20223) Fall (20231) Spring (20232) Summer (20223) Fall (20241) Spring (20242)
Session 2 4 2 3 2 4 2 4 2 3 2 4 2 4
Friday CGS1060C CGS1510C PHI2600 FIN2051 MAN2021 ECO2013 ECO2023 ARH2000 HLP1081 MAN3240 GEA2000 FIN3403 SCM4330 SCM4191
Saturday 1 ENC1101 SCM1001 MGF1106 SPC1024 APA1111C EVR1001 ENC1102 ESC1000/ESC1000L ECO3703 SCM3315 SCM3141 SCM3162
Saturday 2 SCM1161 SCM2151 SCM2060 SCM2150 SCM2360 SCM1020 SCM2221 STA2023 SCM4105 SCM3110 BUL3130 SCM4134 MAR4840 SCM4120
18 18 15 18 15 18 18
Credit-By-Exams Options
Course Exam Type Cost*
APA1111C Principles of Accounting I CLEP / DSST $95
ARH2000 Art Appreciation DSST $80 plus Proctor Fee
CGS1060C Computer and Internet Literacy DSST/PLA $80 plus Proctor Fee
ECO2013 Principles of Macroeconomics CLEP $95
ECO2023 Principles of Microeconomics CLEP $95
ENC1101 Composition I CLEP $95
ENC1102 Composition II CLEP $95
MAN2021 Introduction to Management CLEP $95
MGF1107 Survey of Mathematics CLEP $95
STA2023 Statistics DSST $80 plus Proctor Fee
* Cost information is subject to change

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) - Broward College has developed assessments in various courses. Assessment fees are $30 per credit. Faculty assessors determine the assessment method. See your advisor for more information.

CLEP Exams - The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) allows students to obtain credit for what they already know by testing and earning satisfactory scores on CLEP exams. Exams are $95 ($80 to the "College Board" and $15 to Broward College).

DSST - As of 2006, DSST exams are available to anyone who is seeking college credit outside the traditional classroom, including college students, adult learners, high school students, and military personnel. Many confuse DSST with DANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support), which is a division of the Department of Defense that provides educational support to military members. In 2004, the exams were acquired and are now owned and administered by Prometric. There are several upper and lower-level courses available in a variety of subjects - everything from social sciences to history to business. Exams are generally $80 plus a proctor fee.

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Updated September 2021