Bachelor (BAS) Business and Organizational Management (with optional concentrations)

College of Central Florida

Program Description

Bachelor (BAS) Business and Organizational Management (with optional concentrations)

College of Central Florida

CF offers a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management as well five specializations.

For course offerings by the term.

  • Agribusiness Management
  • Health Care Management
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Management Information Systems

Agribusiness specialization

The Agribusiness specialization under the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management degree enables students to develop supervisory skills and knowledge for farm and agricultural development and in support of business and other farm-related organizations. This program is designed for students with an associate degree in fields such as agriculture, equine, landscape and horticulture, and animal science.

A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement.

Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our general education requirements with the exception of college-level English and Gordon rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college-level English and one Gordon rule math course. General education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree.

Health Care Management specialization

The Health Care Management specialization enables students to develop skills and knowledge for health organizations such as hospitals and all other providers of health care. The focus of the specialization is on the supervisory skills needed for advancement in the field of health care for clinicians, new and mid-level managers.

A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement.

Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our general education requirements with the exception of college-level English and Gordon rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college-level English and one Gordon rule math course. General education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree.

General Education/Technical Specialization Courses

Courses in this section will be comprised of those General Education or area-related Technical Specialization courses needed to fulfill the requirements of the program. These courses will vary based on the student's associate-level coursework. Students will work with their advisor to choose the necessary coursework for their program. The Health Care Management specialization requires students to take 21 credits of technical courses. The technical course options include: any business course, any course with a prefix of HIM, HSA or HSC, or any health care course leading to licensure (DEA, EMS, DES, PHT, NUR or STS)

Logistics and Supply Chain Management specialization

The Logistics and Supply Chain Management specialization under the Business and Organizational Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree prepares students for entry into a career in procurement, warehouse management, logistics, or the supply chain workforce. The program develops knowledge, skills, and abilities that help students to understand management, finance, and budgets in the supply chain industry.

A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement.

Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our general education requirements with the exception of college-level English and Gordon rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college-level English and one Gordon rule math course. General education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree.

Management Information Systems Specialization

The Management Information Systems Specialization of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management is designed to prepare individuals for employment in areas related to Information Systems. Managers of MIS are found in many places from hospitals to banks to transportation companies.

The courses in this degree program are taught by professionals with real-world MIS experience and provide students with a foundation in the importance of MIS, the information technology used to support an information system, how to use an information system for a competitive advantage and how to manage an information system.

Graduates of this program will be able to:

  • Communicate effectively in both verbal and written formats.
  • Understand and apply ethical standards for the implementation of MIS.
  • Identify and manage business processes used in information systems.
  • Analyze organizational strategy and the competitive advantages gained through proper implementation of an information system
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the technology, both hardware, and software, used in support of MIS.
  • Understand how to collect, organize and store information in support of MIS.
  • Identify uses for cloud-based systems.
  • Understand the process for creating an information system.
  • Understand cyber threats and information security management.
  • Demonstrate employable skills.
This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated February 10, 2018
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