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Sustainability Management

SUSMGT-BAS


Dr. Greg Nenstiel, Dean, EPI (727) 791-2433

Admissions Checklist

Important Notice to Current Baccalaureate Students: To view a list of the classes you need to take before you can graduate, login to MySPC and choose My Learning Plan. Contact your advisor with any questions.


APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20132/0480 (BEGINNING 12/14/2013) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~


UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS:
Admission requires completion of an A.A. degree or A.S. degree of sixty (60) credits in a related discipline. (View acceptable A.S. Degrees)

For A.S. degree holders, an additional 15-21 general education credits are required to complete the thirty-six (36) credit hour general education requirement of St. Petersburg College. Visit General Education Requirements for details. Please note that total program hours may vary. Consult the assigned baccalaureate specialist or advisor for any additional questions. Sustainability Management Advising Request
 

GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER REQUIRED FOR ALL COURSES


NOTE: Students with an A.A. degree or unrelated A.S. degree must fulfill an additional 15 credits in related business support courses at the lower division 1000- and 2000-level as outlined in the Admissions Checklist. (Visit the Sustainability Planning page link for details.)


BUSINESS SUPPORT COURSES (15 credits)
Must take one of the following courses as a prerequisite for BUL 3583 - Legal Aspects of Sustainability. Credits earned in the prerequisite course will count toward the required 15 credits of Business Support:


BUL 2131 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS 3
BUL 2241 BUSINESS LAW I 3
EVR 1858 ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND COMPLIANCE 3

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
BSC 2250C FIELD BIOLOGY OF FLORIDA WITH LAB 3
ESC 1000 EARTH SCIENCE 3
ESC 1000L EARTH SCIENCE LAB 1
EVS 1001 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 3
All courses with EVR prefix
All courses with EVS prefix
GIS 2040 INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3
OCB 1000C BIOLOGY OF MARINE LIFE 3
OCE 2001 INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY 3
OCE 2001L OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY 1

GREEN BUILDING (ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION)
ARC 2461 MATERIALS AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION I 3
BCN 1592 ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FOR FLORIDA'S CLIMATE 3
BCN 1593 A BUILDING'S LIFE 2
BCN 1596 ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 2
BCN 1597 AN INTRODUCTION TO SOLAR ENERGY IN RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION 3

SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS (AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY)
ACG 2021 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
ETI 1622 CONCEPTS OF LEAN AND SIX-SIGMA 3
ETI 1628 DEVELOPING AND COACHING SELF-DIRECTED WORK TEAMS 3
ETI 1701 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 3
ETI 2610 PRINCIPLES OF SIX SIGMA 3
ETI 2619 SIX SIGMA PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3
ETI 2623 TOOLS FOR LEAN MANUFACTURING 3
ETI 2624 SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT CONCEPTS 3
ETI 2626 SIX SIGMA CAPSTONE PROJECT 3
ETI 2670 TECHNICAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS 3
MAR 2011 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3

ECOTOURISM
All courses with HFT prefix (Hospitality)
LEI 1005 INTRODUCTION TO PARKS AND LEISURE SERVICES 3
LEI 1401 PARKS AND LEISURE SERVICE PROGRAM DESIGN 3
LEI 1404C APPLIED PARKS AND LEISURE PROGRAM DESIGN 3
LEI 1603 INTRODUCTION TO PARKS AND LEISURE GROUNDS AND FACILITIES 3
NOTE: Other relevant courses may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES (30 credits)
BUL 3583 LEGAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABILITY 3
GEB 3213 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION FOR PROFESSIONAL EFFECTIVENESS 3
MAN 3240 APPLIED ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 3
MAN 3781 SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS STRATEGIES 3
MAN 3784 SUSTAINABILITY IN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT 3
MAN 3786 SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE PLANNING 3
MAN 4061 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3
MAN 4783 SUSTAINABLE BUDGET MANAGEMENT TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE ANALYSIS 3
MAN 4787 ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNIQUES 3
MAN 4788 SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 3

REQUIRED FINAL COURSE (3 credits) / LAST SEMESTER FOR ALL STUDENTS
MAN 4902 SENIOR CAPSTONE PROJECT IN SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT 3

ELECTIVES (Select 12 credits)
ETI 3116 QUALITY MANAGEMENT 3
ETI 3647 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 3503 MANAGERIAL RISK ANALYSIS AND DECISION MAKING 3
MAN 3504 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 3780 SUSTAINABILITY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT: GREEN CONSTRUCTION AND URBAN PLANNING 3
MAN 3802 PRINCIPLES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3
MAN 3860 PHILANTHROPY AND THE MANAGEMENT OF THE NOT-FOR-PROFIT (NFP) 3
MAN 4940 INTERNSHIP 1-3
MAN 4583 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 4584 PROCESS IMPROVEMENT METHODOLOGIES 3
MAN 4741 INNOVATION, CHANGE AND AGILE PROJECTS 3
MAN 4935 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS 3
MAR 3802 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3
MAR 4836 CONCEPT AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 3
PAD 4232 GRANT ADMINISTRATION AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 3
PUP 3040 STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY 3

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

120

NOTE: If you have not completed two consecutive years of the same foreign language in high school or 8 credits in college, you will need to complete 8 credits of foreign language before completing the B.A.S. program.

C&I 11/30/2012~ BOT 1/15/2013