A management degree that works for you
Choose your customized management degree from nine specializations in the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Organizational Management. Each track offers unique coursework to help you meet your career and academic goals.
- General Business Management (100% Online Option)
- Accounting (100% Online Option)
- Banking and Financial Management (100% Online Option)
- Health Care Management (100% Online Option)
- Human Resource Management (100% Online Option)
- Public Administration (On Campus Option)
- Public Safety Management (100% Online Option)
- Sales & Marketing Management (100% Online Option)
- Sports Management (100% Online Option)
These BAS programs are designed for students who already hold an Associate in Science degree (A.S.), Associate in Arts degree (A.A.) or higher from a regionally accredited institution, including recent graduates and those with experience in the work force. An Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree does not meet the minimum eligibility requirement for entry into this program. AAS degree holders who intend to transfer into the BAS program should consult with an academic advisor to review coursework and determine the best transfer options.
Explore the links above and in this web section for more details about the Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Management (BAS) and make an appointment with a Bachelor's Degree Student Development Specialist to plan your individualized approach to success.
An agreement between Florida Institute of Technology and EFSC gives students in the Organizational Management Bachelor of Applied Science program a path into Florida Tech’s SmartTrack MBA program.
Note: Students may earn the BAS/OMBS once, choosing one specialization from available tracks. If students want to take courses from another specialization, they may do so as a non-degree student. The official curriculum in the current online EFSC catalog supersedes all other information. EFSC reserves the right to make changes in the online and printed versions of the curriculum as circumstances require. It is expected that the only changes will be the correction of errors and the inclusion of new courses and programs approved during the academic year.