Baccalaureate Opportunities on Campus

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management (BAS-AM) degree builds upon any associate degree (2-year) degree by adding junior and senior year courses focused 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 and/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.

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. For admission, registration or program information, contact Anne Ghinazzi, BAS Coordinator at 509.793.2322 or Students in the BBCC service district also have the opportunity to complete several different baccalaureate degree programs through Central Washington University (CWU).

CWU delivers courses at BBCC via two-way interactive television with sites in Ellensburg, Wenatchee and Yakima. Students attending in Moses Lake can earn the following degrees, M.Ed. Master Teacher and B.S. Flight Technology. Students can also take courses leading to degrees in B.S. Accounting, B.S. Business Administration and Teaching Certificate. For admission, registration or program information, contact the CWU Moses Lake office at 509.793.2384.