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Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management

Get ready to be a leader in business.

About

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management (AM BAS) is a two-year, career-oriented degree that combines technical, academic, and professional management courses.  It is designed for graduates of a professional/technical program who hold an Associate of Applied Science degree and wish to enhance their technical skills with a bachelor's degree that provides the managerial knowledge and expertise to meet industry demand.  

AM BAS students will choose from one of three specializations:  Project Management (launching in Fall 2019); Human Resource Management (launching in Fall 2020) and Entrepreneurial Leadership (launching in Fall 2021). 

This program is open to students who either have earned: 

  • 90 college-level credits
    OR
  • Associate of Applied Science
    OR
  • Any other associate degrees

 Ready to Apply?

Applications are open March 1 with priority given to those who apply before May 1.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

The Program at a Glance

 
Prerequisites
Curriculum 
Career Outcomes

 

This program is open to students who either have earned: 

  • 90 college-level credits 
    OR
  • Associate of Applied Science
    OR
  • Any other associate degrees

If you do not have enough college-level credits or hold an associate's degree, you can take the prerequisite courses at TCC. Work with your advisor to ensure you are on the right pathway for this degree. Application requirements are: 

  • Students must be in good standing with their current or previous colleges.
  • Hold an associate degree or have earned 90 equivalent credits from an accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 2.5, with minimum of 2.0 in applicable college-level courses
  • Taken and passed English 101 or with a grade C or higher
  • Hold a 2.5 minimum GPA, with completion of college business math or higher
  • Completion of Excel 2 with a B or better or Excel 2016 or 2019 Core Level MOS certification

 

 

 Junior Core Requirements (300)
Number Title Credits
BUS 300 Foundations of Management Theory and Practice 3
BUS 310 Organizational and Interpersonal Behavior 5
BUS 320 Managerial Accounting 5
BUS 330 Legal Environments in Business 5
BUS 340 Financial Management 5
BUS 350 Fundamentals of Project Management 5
BUS 360 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management 5
CMST 325 Professional and Organizational Communication 5
LSAM 301 Research Skills for Business 2
PHIL 320 Ethical Decision-Making 5
Senior Core Requirements (400)
Number Title Credits
BUS 400 Economics for Managers 5
BUS 410 Operations and Logistics 5
BUS 420 Digital and Social Media Management 5
BUS 430 Business Strategy and Sustainability 5

 

 

Project Management Speciality (400)
Number Title Credits
BUS 441 Intermediate Project Management 5
BUS 451 Advanced Project Management 5
BUS 461 Project Management Capstone 5
Human Resource Management Speciality (400)
Number Title Credits
BUS 442 Intermediate Human Resource Management 5
BUS 452 Advanced Human Resource Management 5
BUS 462 Human Resource Management Capstone 5
Entrepreneurial Leadership (400)
Number Title Credits
BUS 443 Intermediate Entrepreneurial Leadership 5
BUS 453 Advanced Entrepreneurial Leadership 5
BUS 463 Entrepreneurial Leadership Capstone 5
BUS 430 Business Strategy and Sustainability 5
Elective
Number Title Credits
BUS 480 Applied Management Internship 2-5
     
TOTAL UPPER DIVISION CREDITS 80-85

 

With your BAS AM degree, there are many careers to explore. Talk to your advisor, visit the Career Center or explore Career Coach for opportunities. 

 

 

The BAS in Applied Management program will get you ready to be a leader in business. Our challenging and inspiring program will build your confidence to succeed in a dynamic working environment”

Mary Jane Oberhofer, Interim Associate Dean, Business

 

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Contact us

Please connect with Leigh Jewett, our BAS AM navigator.