BAS in Applied Management

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management degree builds upon your existing Associate Degree (2-year) AAS, AAS-T, or AA-DTA degree by adding junior and senior year courses focusing on applied management. The program provides customized high-demand management skills courses geared toward the needs of various industry sectors in the local economy. Perfect for working adults who need more flexibility in their schedules and have a job or family responsibilities. Classes can be taken 100% online. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to enter, advance in management or supervisory positions, or start their own business in almost every business and industry.

The BAS degree includes courses in:

  • Accounting
  • Project Management
  • Human Resources
  • Organizational Behavior and Leadership
  • Marketing
  • Business communication

Students will complete an Applied Management Capstone project in the final year of the program. The project is an opportunity for students to develop a meaningful product as an accumulation of the course work and demonstrate their learning.

Follow these steps to apply to the BAS-AM program

1. Entry Requirements

Prior to admission into the BAS program, math, English, and prerequisites must be finished. Admissions are at the discretion of the application screening committee.

  • Earned one of the following:
    • Associate in Applied Science (AAS) or Associate in Applied Science-Transfer degree (AAS-T)
    • Associate in Arts-Direct Transfer Agreement degree (AA-DTA)
    • Associate in Science degree (AS)
    • Or equivalent degree or 90 college-level credits from an accredited institution.

2.5 cumulative GPA with a minimum 2.0 in all applicable college-level courses from an accredited institution

  • ENGL 101 (5 credits) 2.0 GPA or better
  • MATH& 146, any college-level math course, or PHIL& 120 (5 credits) 2.0 GPA or better *MAP courses do not meet this requirement
  • Humanities (5 credits)
  • Social Science (5 credits)
  • Application for admission to the BAS program

Conditional Admission may be considered for students completing one of the entry requirements in first quarter of the program, capacity dependent. 

2. Apply

  • Complete general Big Bend Community College online application.
    *If you have previously attended Big Bend, you do not need to reapply.
  • Complete Bachelor of Applied Science-Applied Management Application.
  • Applications received by Sunday, May 16 11:59pm will be considered for Priority Admission!

Section 1: Personal Data


(check as many as applicable)



Section 2: College/University Record



Please send an official transcript from each university/college listed above to be considered for admission. We will retrieve BBCC records for you (no need to send a transcript from BBCC).



Section 3: Work Experience







3. Get Funding

Apply for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) OR WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) for DREAMers (non-citizens, WA state residents). The Financial Aid Office is available if you need help. Be aware of dates & deadlines.

School Code: 003770.

4. Submit Transcripts

Contact each institution where you earned credits and have an official transcript sent to BBCC for evaluation.

Completed courses at BBCC? We will retrieve your BBCC records for you.

For questions: admissions@bigbend.edu

 

*Official transcripts cannot be emailed.

Please submit to:
Big Bend Community College
c/o Admissions Office
7662 Chanute Street NE
Moses Lake, WA 98837

Important Note
Completed applications will be screened by committee. If selected, students will receive an acceptance email including important dates and events prior to the first day of classes.

BAS Information Sessions
The link is the same for all sessions

March 30Apr. 14Apr. 27May 12May 26June 8
5:30pm12pm5:30pm12pm5:30pm12pm

Join the Zoom meeting

Career Possibilities and Earnings

Potential positions include management, accounting, project management, or entrepreneurial. Obtaining advanced academic degrees may lead to administrative positions in business administration, education, and management. The demand for managers should remain strong over the next decade.
For current employment and wage estimates, please visit and search for the relevant occupational term:

Tuition, Fees, & Other Costs

Official transcripts sent from outside colleges:~$20.00
BAS registration fee:$35.00
Books, supplies, and misc. fees:undetermined
Travel/Transportation:varies
Approximate quarterly tuition/fees:$2610

About the Program

Student Learning Outcomes

When this program is completed, the student will be able
to:

  • Communication: Communicate effectively with
    internal and external stakeholders using an
    appropriate channel for the situation.
  • Computation: Analyze the financial health of a
    business by interpreting business data obtained
    from financial statements.
  • Human Relations/Workplace Skills: Demonstrate
    effective leadership, critical thinking, teamwork, and
    technical and information literacy competencies
    needed to make business-critical decisions to
    resolve interpersonal and organizational challenges
    that most often occur in the modern workplace.
  • Apply and analyze multicultural strategies to facilitate
    respectful and equitable inclusion of diverse individuals
    and perspectives to achieve organizational goals.
    Identify the significance of key decisions in the
    operations management function and quality
    management/quality control methods.
  • Develop comprehensive project plans, monitor the
    plans, identify areas of risk and deal with problems
    through appropriate use of project management
    techniques.
  • Demonstrate integrity through ethical behavior and
    socially responsible decision making.
  • Apply organizational behavior principles and human
    resources management practices to effectively
    develop, hire, and retain a skilled workforce.

Full-time Course Schedule

This schedule is based on full-time enrollment.

Quarter One (Fall)

  • SOC 320 Organizational Behavior (SS) (5 credits)
  • *ENGL& 235 Technical Writing (5 credits)
  • *PHIL& 120 Symbolic Logic (5 credits)

Quarter Two (Winter)

  • *BUS& 101 Intro to Business OR BUS& 201 Business Law (5 credits)
  • *ECON& 201 Micro Economics (5 credits)
  • CMST 330 Organizational Communication (H) (5 credits)

Quarter Three (Spring)

  • ACCT 310 Accounting for Managers (5 credits)
  • MGMT 305 Business Management (5 credits)
  • *ENVS& 100 Survey of Environmental Science* (5 credits)

Quarter Four (Fall)

  • *CHEM 110 w/lab* (5 credits)
  • PHIL 340 Professional Ethics (H) (5 credits)
  • MGMT 380 Human Resource Management (5 credits)

Quarter Five (Winter)

  • MGMT 370 Organizational Leadership (5 credits)
  • MGMT 410 Financial Management (5 credits)
  • MGMT 430 Project Management (5 credits)

Quarter Six (Spring)

  • MGMT 350 Marketing for Managers (5 credits)
  • MGMT 440 Operations Management (5 credits)
  • MGMT 460 Applied Management Capstone (5 credits)

*OR advisor-approved course from the same General Education
distribution area Social Science (SS); Humanities (H)

Credits from AAS/AAS-T/AA-DTA degree: 90

+Credits from BAS degree: 90

Total Credits Required: 180

Part-time Course Schedule

This schedule is based on part-time enrollment.

Quarter One (Fall)

  • SOC 320 Organizational Behavior (SS) (5 credits)
  • *ENGL& 235 Technical Writing (5 credits)

Quarter Two (Winter)

  • *BUS& 101 Intro to Business OR BUS& 201 Business Law (5 credits)
  • *ECON& 201 Micro Economics (5 credits)

Quarter Three (Spring)

  • ACCT 310 Accounting for Managers (5 credits)
  • MGMT 305 Business Management (5 credits)

Quarter Four (Fall)

  • PHIL 340 Professional Ethics (H) (5 credits)
  • MGMT 380 Human Resource Management (5 credits)

Quarter Five (Winter)

  • MGMT 370 Organizational Leadership (5 credits)
  • MGMT 410 Financial Management (5 credits)

Quarter Six (Spring)

  • MGMT 350 Marketing for Managers (5 credits)
  • MGMT 440 Operations Management (5 credits)

Quarter Seven (Fall)

  • *PHIL& 120 Symbolic Logic (5 credits)
  • *ENVS& 100 Survey of Environmental Science* (5 credits)

Quarter Eight (Winter)

  • CMST 330 Organizational Communication (H) (5 credits)
  • MGMT 430 Project Management (5 credits)

Quarter Nine (Spring)

  • *CHEM 110 w/lab* (5 credits)
  • MGMT 460 Applied Management Capstone (5 credits)

Important Note

If you completed ECON 201 as part of your AA-DTA/AAS/AAS-T degree, students may replace this requirement with 5 credits of Social Science elective or an elective approved by your Program Advisor.
*If you completed ENVS 100, CHEM 110 w/lab, BUS 101 or BUS 201, PHIL 120, or ENGL 235 as a part of your AADTA/AAS/AAS-T degree, students will need to consult the Program Coordinator to find an acceptable elective to use as a course substitution. 

FAQ

Which quarter can I begin?

The BAS-AM program accepts new cohorts each fall quarter.

When are classes offered?

Courses are offered in an online format with available evening opportunities to receive support, meet with classmates and faculty about course work.

Do I need to apply for the program?

Yes. Students interested in the BAS-AM program must complete an application and be accepted into the program. All applicants will receive a letter indicating if they have been accepted into the program. If you are interested in starting the BAS-AM program in the fall, you should meet with an advisor to determine if you have met the entry requirements.

Can I attend part-time?

Yes. Students can attend part-time and complete the program in 3-years. There is a schedule available for students intending to pursue this option.

Important Note about Transfer Degrees
Students who wish to transfer to a graduate program should obtain the institution’s catalog and review the program’s requirements to which they would like to transfer.

BAS Contact

BAS Team

Anne Ghinazzi

Ghinazzi, Anne

BAS Coordinator
anneg@bigbend.edu
(509) 793-2322
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