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1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Provide a narrative describing the program and concise summaries for Evaluation Criteria A-J of the proposal. Label section headings.) (Limit 1200 words) Institution: Santa Fe College Degree Type: Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Title: Supervision and Organizational Management Santa Fe College (SF) proposes to offer a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Supervision and Organizational Management (BAS-SOM) with concentrations in management, human resources, information technology, and public safety beginning in August 2012, according to the authority granted in Florida Statute The proposed degree is specifically designed to articulate with a variety of Associate of Science degrees; however, the concentrations offered will prepare individuals for management and supervisory positions in a variety of professions. A. PLANNING PROCESS Santa Fe College became aware of a need for regional access to bachelor degrees early in At that time the local office of the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) engaged SF officials with the need for more articulated career lattices offering advanced skills development and promotional opportunities to current workers. A team of business faculty from Santa Fe, working in collaboration with representatives from the community and the nearby University of Florida, began more formal meetings in Spring 2010 (see Supplemental Material 1-18). Faculty and members of the business program s three advisory boards began considering how best to meet local known workforce needs and possible approaches to curriculum and instruction. Dr. Ed Bonahue, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, continued the discussions, and the SF administration agreed to pursue the possibility of offering the degree. B. PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION TIMELINE Upper division BAS-SOM courses will begin in August It is anticipated that curriculum development will be largely completed at the department level and forwarded to a college-wide curriculum committee for approval during the spring of Resource development, including advisement and marketing materials, online resources, website upgrades, student recruitment and advisement, will also begin during the spring and continue through the summer semester. C. WORKFORCE DEMAND/UNMET NEED SPECIFIC TO PROGRAM AREA The decision to offer the BAS-SOM degree is driven fundamentally by workforce need: There are over six thousand businesses in Alachua and Bradford counties (see Supplemental Material 27). The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity projects the creation of over 3,000 new management positions in the next five years. Over 800 of these new positions will require education at the baccalaureate level. Another 4,000 positions will be available through job turnover and about 1,000 of these will require a four-year degree. In all, approximately 1,800 supervisory and management positions will be available in Alachua and Bradford Counties during the next five years that require a bachelor s degree (see Supplemental Material 27). With 10.8% percent (approximately 16,000) of the area s population holding only an Associate s degree ( there is a large potential market for a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supervision and Management among working adults. 3

2 There are currently no colleges or universities in Alachua or Bradford Counties or in the surrounding areas that offer a degree in Supervision and Organizational Management to meet this workforce need. The University of Florida offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration designed for students who hold the Associate of Arts degree. This University of Florida program is not easily accessible to many local workers. D. FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT SPECIFIC TO PROGRAM AREA The proposed Bachelors of Applied Science degree will be offered predominantly online, and Santa Fe has more than adequate facilities and infrastructure to accommodate the program. No new construction, remodeling, or renovation is required. Baccalaureate students in Supervision and Organizational Management will have access to all college resources including the Business Programs computer labs. E. LIBRARY/MEDIA SPECIFIC TO PROGRAM AREA To ensure that the BAS-SOM program has bibliographic holdings equivalent to those supporting similar state college programs, SF library faculty have completed a benchmarking assessment process. The holdings of the SF library in Supervision and Organizational Management already compare favorably to those in two institutions with a similar baccalaureate program (Pensacola State College and Polk State College), and resources to expand library access further have also been budgeted (see Supplemental Material 24).. F. ACADEMIC RESOURCES SPECIFIC TO PROGRAM AREA The Business Programs department currently has 17 full-time and 29 part-time faculty members. Five of the full-time faculty and seven part-time faculty have terminal degrees. One full-time faculty member has been hired on a 12-month contract to act as program coordinator for the proposed BAS-SOM program, and the availability of additional part-time faculty is excellent. By the second year of the program, a part-time advisor/program specialist will be employed as the primary contact for prospective and enrolled students. Classes will be offered primarily through SF s well established Online Campus, which will provide flexibility in instructional delivery to accommodate working adults seeking to further their education. Resources in Online Campus include a user-friendly learning management system (ANGEL). G. COST TO STUDENTS The proposed program requires 39 upper-division credit hours, the cost of which would be $4,588 (39 credit $ per credit for in-state students), and 81 lower-division credits, the cost of which would be $8,291 (81 credit $ per credit for in-state students) The total anticipated cost for all four years would be $12,879 (total 120 credits). The tuition and fee cost for student entering the program with an Associate s degree is only $6,737 (60 credits). The cost for four years of study at the University of Florida is $20,178 (120 credit $ per credit for in-state students). H. ACADEMIC CONTENT The proposed program is an articulated AS-to-BAS program incorporating 60 credits from the lower division into the four-year, 120 credit baccalaureate degree. Because the majority of AS degrees include only 15 credits of general education, all students seeking the BAS-SOM will be 4

3 required to complete the balance of Santa Fe s 36-credit general education core. Demonstration of foreign language competence (through 2 years of sequential study in high school; 8 credits of sequential study at the college level; or attainment of an acceptable score on a standardized test) will also be required. The upper-division courses will be divided between 24 hours of common core BAS-SOM courses, 12 hours in one of four areas of concentration, and a three hour capstone course for a total of 60 hours. Students who have earned an AA degree will be admitted to the BAS-SOM program on a case-by-case basis. Because AA degrees require completion of the general education core, AA students will be permitted to substitute additional electives for general education courses. I. ENROLLMENT, PERFORMANCE AND BUDGET PLAN The required enrollment, performance, and budget plan is attached (see Supplemental Material 23). New student enrollment is expected to be 60 students for year one and two, with the potential to increase to approximately 90 total students by years three and four. These enrollment numbers would allow for 20 to 30 students in each of the four concentrations. SF anticipates awarding approximately 45 BAS-SOM degrees each year, with projected starting salaries above $40,000 (see Supplemental Material 25-26). The total cost to offer the BAS-SOM degree will be primarily determined by instructional costs. No start-up costs are anticipated as SF already has facilities and resources in place for current program offerings, therefore, no major purchases of new equipment or renovation of facilities is required. Additional operating costs for academic administration and student services are expected as increasing enrollment grows the need for advisement and internship coordination. The BAS-SOM program is expected to be self-sustaining in year one, and become increasingly profitable as enrollment grows (see Supplemental Material 23). J. PLAN OF ACTION IF PROGRAM MUST BE TERMINATED In the very unlikely event that SF is required to terminate the BAS in Supervision and Organizational Management, faculty and staff will be consulted to develop an action plan that will target all affected stakeholders. Students will be notified of the termination through esantafe and all students enrolled at the time of the termination decision will be allowed to complete the program within a two year timeframe. Should it prove more advantageous for the enrolled students, SF will work with other baccalaureate programs to facilitate student transfer. 5

4 Baccalaureate Degree Program Proposal Recommendations from the Division of Florida Colleges Baccalaureate Review Team for Consideration by the Commissioner of Education A collaborative review was conducted by the Baccalaureate Review Team members, including staff from the Division of Florida Colleges and the Florida Colleges Budget Office. Written recommendations were submitted to the college by the Review Team, college staff revised the proposal, and submitted the final proposal, which is now complete and ready for consideration by the Commissioner of Education. Questions or concerns should be directed to Patricia Frohe at (850) or College Degree Degree Program Date Submitted Type to SBOE Santa Fe College BAS BAS Supervision and Organizational Management 03/27/12 No alternative proposals or letters of objection were received for this program. Within 45 days following receipt of a completed proposal by the Division of Florida Colleges, the Commissioner of Education shall recommend approval or disapproval of the proposal to the State Board of Education. Section (5)(e), F.S. Criteria Comments A Planning Process Santa Fe College s (SFC) Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree program in Supervision and Organizational Management includes concentrations in Management, Human Resource Management, Information Technology Management, and Public Safety. This program will serve Alachua and Bradford counties and is designed to prepare individuals for management and supervisory positions in a variety of professions. Formal planning for this degree program began in Spring 2010 with internal planning team meetings composed of SFC business faculty in collaboration with community representatives and the nearby University of Florida (UF) (Supplemental Materials 16-19). The team also consulted with faculty and staff from other campus departments with an interest in offering a management degree. Various program models were discussed and the areas of concentration were chosen to meet specific regional workforce needs. Externally, SFC met with Mr. John Spence (Supplemental Materials 14 and 15), a consultant and speaker with an international reputation in strategic planning and business improvement and a heavily involved member of Innovation Gainesville, and Mr. Brent Christensen (Supplemental Material 9), the Executive Director of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce. Both of these individuals support the proposed degree and its ability to provide a skilled managerial workforce and attract businesses to the area. SFC faculty also met with Dr. W. Andrew McCollough, Associate Provost at UF, who stated that the applications-oriented content of this degree would complement UF s business offerings. He also noted that access to UF is becoming increasingly difficult and that the proposed degree would increase educational opportunities for residents of the service area. SFC states that he was instrumental in noting the differences between the proposed program and existing transfer pathways to UF, recognizing the value an Associate in 1

5 B C Program Implementation Timeline Workforce Demand/Unmet Need Specific to Program Area Science (AS) to BAS program will bring to the region (UF letter of support in Supplemental Material 13). Additionally, SFC consulted with others in the service area, including the Superintendent of Alachua County Schools, local government officials, and local businesses. SFC notes that the results of these conversations indicated an underlying need in the area to create a viable entry-level managerial workforce to support the economic growth of the service area and provide educational and career-advancement opportunities for residents. Letters of support are located in Supplemental Materials The projected implementation date of upper division enrollment is August 2012, which will provide the college with approximately five months to prepare. The complete timeline of implementation activities is located in Section B of the proposal. The primary geographic region to be served by the program is Workforce Region 9 (Alachua and Bradford counties). However, SFC expects residents from outside of the immediate service area to account for about one-third of enrollment in this program. The college notes that SFC is the closest, most accessible higher education option for many residents in the surrounding counties (Supplemental Material 21). SFC utilized Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) data, and reports there were about 8,600 total supervision and management-related jobs in Region 9 in 2010 that generally require a bachelor s degree. When the surrounding Regions 6, 7, 8, and 10 are included, the number of related jobs increases to 72,500 (Supplemental Material 27). To supplement this data, SFC used reports provided by Economic Modeling Specialist, Inc. (EMSI), which estimates 3,797 current positions in Region 9 that require a bachelor s degree, and the total number of jobs is expected to increase by 6.4 percent by 2014 (Supplemental Material 29). Expanding the report to include the surrounding counties, the number of jobs increases to 9,338 in 2011 with a projected increase of 8.2 percent by 2014 (Supplemental Material 30). Additionally, all public safety agencies in Region 9 were surveyed to specifically predict the need for the public safety concentration, and they reported a total of 650 public safety positions in supervision and management that generally require a bachelor s degree. The DEO data from September 2010 estimates 357 annual job openings in Region 9, which will accumulate to about 1,800 openings over the next five years. Expanding DEO estimates to the surrounding regions increases the total annual openings to 2,869, which will amass to about 14,300 openings over the next five years. EMSI data predicts approximately 514 openings in Region 9 over the next three years and 1,436 over the next three years when the surrounding counties are included. In addition, the college asserts that these data may not fully capture the current changes in new high tech business development in the Gainesville area. For more detailed information on employment projections, see pages UF is the only State University System institution in the service district, and within a 70-mile radius of SFC, and has not produced any Supervision and Organizational Management graduates. UF did produce 426 graduates in Business Administration and Management in , but SFC maintains that the program tends to focus on corporate management and is not generally open to AS degree graduates. No private institutions in the region offer a 2

6 D E F Facilities and Equipment Specific to Program Area Library/Media Specific to Program Area Academic Resources Specific to Program Area baccalaureate degree in Supervision and Organizational Management. St. Leo University (SLU) does offer bachelor s degrees in several business fields through an extension program at SFC, however it does not offer this specific program. Therefore, no institution in the region offers an applied bachelor s degree of this type to fill the hundreds of annual job openings in the region. The college also points out that while UF is close by, residents of Bradford County and the surrounding counties have some of the lowest levels of bachelor s degree attainment in the state. In addition, SFC expects graduates of this program to enter the local workforce, while the majority of UF graduates leave the area for employment elsewhere. This degree will be delivered almost entirely online through SFC s online Open Campus. Should the need arise to offer any courses in a face-to-face format, all SFC sites feature technology-enhanced classrooms. No additional facilities or equipment needs are anticipated. SFC completed a comparative study of relevant holdings at two comparable state colleges (Pensacola State College and Polk State College) that already offer this degree program, and SFC s holdings compared favorably to those at the sister colleges (Supplemental Material 24). The college will continue to acquire new materials through consultation with faculty and administrators. The college currently has 17 full-time (five with terminal degrees) and 29 part-time (seven with terminal degrees) faculty to teach in this program. A full-time, terminally-degreed instructor has already been hired to serve as the program coordinator. Additional faculty will be hired as needed. The college also anticipates hiring one advisor soon after program inception. G Cost to Students H Academic Content The estimated cost for four years of study at SCF is $12,879. Four year programs at UF total $20,178, and SLU tuition at the SFC extension center is $30,360. Admission to the BAS program will require a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average and completion of an AS degree in a related area. Students who hold an Associate in Arts (AA) or an unrelated AS degree may be admitted on a case-by-case basis. The CIP code for this program is , which is the CIP used by several other Florida colleges for similar programs and does not require any common prerequisites. The degree will consist of 120 credit hours, and the curriculum layout is located on pages Course descriptions for the concentrationspecific courses are located on pages The college anticipates that about 50 percent of courses will be taught by faculty holding a terminal degree with a 25:1 student/teacher classroom ratio. Upon approval of the program by the State Board of Education, SFC will submit a Letter of Notification to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) and any prospectus that may be required. This program will not be designated as Limited Access. I Enrollment, Performance and SFC anticipates 60 enrollments in and , with an increase to 3

7 Budget Plan 90 enrollments in and Projected program expenditures for total $113,018 and expenditures are expected to increase to $269,381 in J Plan of Action if Program Must be Terminated Additional budget information is included on the Enrollment, Performance and Budget Plan form located on page 62 of the proposal. The BAS program is expected to be self-sustaining in year one and become increasingly profitable as enrollment grows. SFC states that tuition and fees revenue will more than cover all expenses, and revenue generated by the other SFC baccalaureate programs could maintain some of the operational costs of this program if needed. In the event of program termination, all students enrolled in the program at the time of the termination decision will be allowed two years to complete the program. SFC will work with other baccalaureate programs both at SFC and around the state to facilitate student transfer, if needed. Faculty, staff, and students would be notified of program termination through , as well as through the esantafe and estaff systems. Comments: Although Alachua County has a highly educated population, surrounding counties have some of the lowest levels of bachelor s degree attainment in the state. The proposed Santa Fe College BAS is an affordable online option for working adults who need flexible scheduling. Recommendation: Approve Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs Date 3/6/12 Recommendation: Approve Chancellor, Division of Florida Colleges Date 3/8/12 4

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