Education Details

Applied Management
Award type: BAS
Columbia Basin College

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Program Overview for Applied Management
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Columbia Basin College
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Program contact
Melanie Casciato
(509) 543-1452
Program description
Columbia Basin College offers a Bachelors of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Applied Management. This degree is designed for those who have earned an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, but lack the broader business-related education needed to move into leadership positions. Many AAS holders have reached a plateau in their career, unable to advance because they cannot meet the bachelor's degree requirements for many supervisory positions. The BAS degree will broaden career opportunities and help graduates climb the career ladder leading to improved chances for promotion to management positions.
Financial Information
Tuition per credit
$240.10 (WA Resident)
$18.50/credit (WA Resident)
Other costs
$82.50/quarter (WA Resident)
Program Information
Length of training
2-3 Years
Award type
Locations offered
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Public transportation service: Ben Franklin Transit

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Offered evenings/weekends
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Entrance requirements
Anyone with an Applied Science or Associates of Arts and Sciences degree can apply. Applicants must have earned a grade point of 2.0 or better in any Math class at the 100 level and in English 101 or its equivalent. Applicants must also have taken a Social Science course at the 100 or 200 level. Although not a requirement, it is also recommended that candidates have work experience in their field of expertise before beginning the program. Due to limited enrollment, applicants will have to complete a formal application and an interview before being accepted into the program.
Certification/license required to work in this field
Certification/license obtained as part of training program
Certification/license test preparation provided