Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Management, Public Safety Management Concentration (PS-BAS)
The BAS degree in Business and Management concentration in Public Safety Management provides current and future public safety professionals with the opportunity to attain a degree that will enhance their placement into entry-level positions and promotions to higher-level management and supervisory positions within the public safety community. This concentration provides a curriculum that broadens the student's knowledge in applied public safety management in order to facilitate professional advancement.
Admission requires an AS degree, an AA degree, or at least sixty credits in a related discipline including at least fifteen credit hours of transferable general education coursework.
For AS graduates, additional general education credits are required to complete the 36 credit hour general education requirement of Pensacola State College.
District Academic Department Head, Allied Health
Dean, Baccalaureate Studies and Academic Support
General education courses (36 cc)
Baccalaureate students must complete the 36 credit hour general education curriculum.
Each baccalaureate student must meet the foreign language requirement as defined in the general education
section of the catalog.
Lower level degree requirements (21 cc)
Students must complete 21 credit hours of coursework at the lower division (1000 and 2000 level courses) with prefixes of CCI, CJC, CJE, CJJ, CJL, EMS, HSC, HIM, CGS, or MSL.
Lower level coursework in any field (21 cc)
Students must complete 21 credit hours of coursework at the lower division (1000 and 2000 level courses) in any field.
Required core courses (24 cc)
Grade of C or higher required.
MAN4720 Strategic Management is required for each student in the final semester of coursework.
Required concentration courses (9 cc)
|PAD 3003||Introduction to Public Administration||
|PAD 4393||Emergency Management & Disaster Planning||
|PAD 4874||Community Relations||
Concentration electives (9 cc)
Select three of the electives listed below.
ACG 3024: Required for students not having Accounting I (ACG 2001) or Financial Accounting (ACG 2021) in Associate Degree Program
Total Credit Hours: 120