Many students enter the BAS program as managers looking for future promotions in the public and private sectors. Others see the degree as the springboard to graduate degrees.
Peter Cerullo, 59, had already had a successful business career when he moved to Daytona Beach looking for a new lifestyle as a legally blind person.
The courses are offered 100 percent online or 50/50, meaning students may take on-site classes once a week, usually at night, and perform the rest of the work online. Some courses are also offered on weekends.
For more information, visit http://www.daytonastate.edu/sbs/, or call 386-506-4227.