Project Management Concentration

Admission Requirements:

The preferred pathway to the Project Management concentration is the Associate in Science (AS) in Business Administration or a related field from a regionally accredited institution and a minimum grade point average of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is required. See Admission Requirements for BAS in Strategic Leadership. Students wishing to enter the Project Management concentration with an Associate in Arts (AA) or another AS degree should contact the Program Manager for further information.

The charts below represent the course pathway for students with the AS in Business Administration Technology.

General Education Courses (36 credits)

ENC 1101College Composition I

3 Credits

ENC 1102Composition: Literature

3 Credits

OR

ENC 2210Technical & Professional Writing

3 Credits

SPC 2608Public Speaking

3 Credits

See Choices Select from Area II: Humanities

3 Credits

See Choices Select a Writing Emphasis course from Area II: Humanities

3 Credits

POS 2041American National Government

3 Credits

OR

AMH 2020U.S. History Since 1877

3 Credits

ECO 2013Principles of Economics I, Macroeconomics

3 Credits

See Choices Select from Area IV: Mathematics

3 Credits

See Choices Select from Area IV: Mathematics

3 Credits

See Choices Select a State Core Course from Area V: Natural Sciences

3 Credits

See Choices Select a State Core Course from Area V: Natural Sciences

3 Credits

See Choices Select from Area VI: Personal Growth and Development

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:36

Lower Division Organizational Management Courses (36 credits)

Lower Division Coursework From Associate Program (24 credits)

Recommended Lower Division Coursework
CGS 1100Business Computer Applications

3 Credits

GEB 1011Introduction to Business

3 Credits

QMB 1001Business Mathematics

3 Credits

ENT 1000Introduction to Entrepreneurship

3 Credits

GEB 1136Introduction to eBusiness

3 Credits

ECO 2023Principles of Economics II, Microeconomics

3 Credits

GEB 1430Business Ethics & Etiquette

3 Credits

MNA 1100Human Relations in Business & Industry

3 Credits

GEB 2214Business Communications

3 Credits

ACG 2021Financial Accounting

3 Credits

MAN 2021Principles of Management

3 Credits

MAR 2011Principles of Marketing

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:24

Professional Support Courses (12 credits)

Category 1

RECOMMENDED for Strategic Leadership (SL) students 
May be completed before or during BAS-SL program.
ACG 2021Financial Accounting

3 Credits

ACG 2071Management Accounting

3 Credits

ANT 2000Introduction to Anthropology

3 Credits

CGS 1100Business Computer Applications

3 Credits

CTS 1205MS Excel

3 Credits

DEP 2002Psychology of Child Development

3 Credits

DEP 2004Psychology of Human Development

3 Credits

ECO 2013Principles of Economics I, Macroeconomics

3 Credits

ECO 2023Principles of Economics II, Microeconomics

3 Credits

ETD 1320CIntroduction to AutoCAD

3 Credits

ETI 1110CIntroduction to Quality Assurance

3 Credits

ETI 1701CIndustrial Safety

3 Credits

ENC 2210Technical & Professional Writing

3 Credits

FIN 2100Personal Finance

3 Credits

GEB 1136Introduction to eBusiness

3 Credits

INR 2002International Relations

3 Credits

MAC 1105College Algebra

3 Credits

MAC 2233Calculus for Business

3 Credits

MNA 1100Human Relations in Business & Industry

3 Credits

PHI 2010Introduction to Philosophy

3 Credits

PHI 2630Contemporary Ethics

3 Credits

POS 2041American National Government

3 Credits

PSY 2012Introduction to Psychology

3 Credits

REL 2300World Religions

3 Credits

SOP 1740Psychology of Women

3 Credits

SPC 2608Public Speaking

3 Credits

STA 2023Elementary Statistics I

3 Credits

SYG 2000Introduction to Sociology

3 Credits

SYG 2010Social Problems

3 Credits

SYG 2430Marriage and the Family

3 Credits

See Choices Select any first level Foreign Language course

4 credits

See Choices Select any second level Foreign Language course

4 credits

Additional upper-division concentration (CJ, PM, OM) courses: CCJ, GEB, ISM, MAN, MNA

Category 2

Must be completed PRIOR TO enrollment in BAS-SL program
GEB 1011Introduction to Business

3 Credits

GEB 1430Business Ethics & Etiquette

3 Credits

MAN 2021Principles of Management

3 Credits

MAR 2011Principles of Marketing

3 Credits

BUL 2241Business Law

3 Credits

SBM 2000Small Business Management

3 Credits

ENT 1000Introduction to Entrepreneurship

3 Credits

Category 3

Other transferrable college-level technical courses that are part of an AS or AAS degree program at a regionally accredited institution are CONSIDERED for SL students ONLY IF:
Relevant upper or lower-division courses related to SL or student’s career field  
Student submits completed Baccalaureate Professional Support Course Request Form with
Syllabus and/or Course Description, and Form is approved by Program Manager and Dean of Workforce Development
 

Strategic Leadership Program Upper-Division Courses (48 credits)

BAS-SL Core Courses (30 credits)

MAN 3240Organizational Behavior

3 Credits

GEB 3213Advanced Business Communications

3 Credits

GEB 3452Legal & Ethical Environment of Business

3 Credits

ACG 3024Accounting for Managers

3 Credits

MAR 3802Marketing for Managers

3 Credits

MAN 3353Management Theory & Applications

3 Credits

FIN 3400Financial Management

3 Credits

MAN 4301Human Resource Management

3 Credits

MAN 4720Strategic Management

3 Credits

MAN 4900Organizational Management Capstone

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:30

Project Management Concentration Courses (9 credits)

MNA 4037Introduction to Project Management

3 Credits

MNA 4521Project Management Quality and Evaluation

3 Credits

MAN 4885Complex and Advanced Projects

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

BAS-SL Elective Courses (9 credits)

Choose 3 courses
ISM 3011Introduction to Information Systems Management

3 Credits

MAN 3860Management of Not-for-Profit Organizations

3 Credits

MAN 4940Internship in Organizational Management

3 Credits

GEB 4525Organizational Development

3 Credits

Any LSSC 3000 or 4000 level CCJ, MAN, MNA, or GEB courses not required in program

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Foreign Language Competence Requirement:

In addition to the specified course requirements, baccalaureate degree seeking students must meet the State of Florida's foreign language and civics literacy requirements prior to graduation. See Graduation Requirements for BAS in Strategic Leadership.

For information about career options with this major, contact Careers@lssc.edu or 352-323-3603. 

Baccalaureate Academic Advisor
Melissa Villafañe Office: LE - SSB 126
villafam@lssc.edu
352-435-5034
Career Development Services
Careers@lssc.edu 352-323-3603