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Bachelor’s of Organizational Supervision
The bachelor's of organizational supervision degree is a unique program, specifically designed for students who already have an associate’s degree or have completed college courses totaling at least 60 credit hours. The BOS degree prepare students to gain organizational leadership and supervision skills in industrial areas such as information technology, healthcare, communication and manufacturing.
This bachelor's degree is the next step for people who:
- need a bachelor’s degree to advance their career;
- want a degree that teaches leadership and supervisory skills;
- want a degree that applies to a variety of professions;
- need classes offered at times that won’t conflict with work schedules; or
- always wanted to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Best of all, the course can be completed in as little as two years!
Offered across the region
Classes will be offered at several locations:
- the Akron campus;
- UA's Medina County University Center;
- UA's academic center in Lakewood;
- UA's Wayne College
- Eastern Gateway Community College in Steubenville (Jefferson County Campus);
- Stark State College;
- Lorain County Community College
- Barberton High School
- Midpoint Campus Center in Brunswick
Akron campus students: To enroll in this program, schedule a time to meet with a Summit College adviser. Call 330-972-7220 or 330-972-5370 for more information.
- Description of core courses
- Coursework for the first two years (Curriculum Guide)
- NOTE: A minimum of 32 credit hours must be UA courses
About Summit College
The University of Akron’s Summit College offers the bachelor’s of organizational supervision as well as other nationally accredited associate and baccalaureate degree programs.
Disclaimer: While every effort is made to provide accurate and up-to-date information, Summit College reserves the right to change, without notice, statements herein which include, but are not limited to courses, programs, services, schedules, course availability,or other matters. Programs may be modified due to limited resources or facilities, unavailability of faculty, insufficient enrollment, or other reasons as deemed necessary.