MOVE UP THE LADDER IN YOUR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CAREER
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Management at Gulf Coast State College is designed to prepare students to become effective leaders in organizations and society. Program specializations in Entrepreneurship, Health Services Administration, and Emergency Services Administration will prepare graduates for administrative and managerial positions in business, health care, emergency/fire services and other related careers.
The B.A.S. in Organizational Management is specifically designed for people who possess skills in health care, emergency management or entrepreneurship, and want to advance to higher level supervisory/leadership positions. The program is intended to serve those currently in the workforce who need a baccalaureate degree to advance their career opportunities. Upper-level coursework will include study of applied management practices with a concentration in the student's technical field, and will contain hands-on application of management principles and practices through internships and capstone experiences. Program graduates will be able to initiate and respond to change through leadership, teamwork and organizational effectiveness skills, and their critical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making skills will enable them to view situations from new perspectives in order to find new solutions.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Organization Management program is a 120-credit hour bachelor's program which provides a 24-credit hour core in Management, augmented by an 18-credit hour concentration in Emergency Services Administration. Admissions requirements include the completion of an associate's degree program from an accredited school or college, and documentation of a GPA of 2.00 or higher in all college credit courses.