Undergraduate Programs

Applied Sciences

The Bachelor of Applied Science Degree (B.A.S.) is a bachelor degree specifically designed to provide workplace skills.  The B.A.S. program will prepare students to work in management level positions in science, vocational, and technical environments based on the concentration selected. The B.A.S degree offers two concentrations:  Healthcare Management  and Software Applications.  Designed to enhance a student's knowledge, analytical abilities critical thinking skills and provide preparation for upward mobility.

Software Application Course Rotation

FALL SEMESTER

  • BUS 201 Introduction to Business

  • CIS 258 Web Design

  • CTE 301 Database Development

  • CAP 499 Capstone/Final Project

SPRING SEMESTER

  • BUS 495 Practicum/Internship

  • CTE 310 Database Development I

  • CTE 400 Web Design

  • CTE 410 Introduction to Computer Programming

SUMMER SEMESTER

  • BUS 361 Management of Diversity

  • CIS 151 Computer Information Systems

  • CTE 320 Database Development II

  • MAT 205 Statistical Methods

  • MGT 201 Principles of Management

  • BUS 220 Business Law

Courses for the Bachelors of Applied Science, Software Applications Concentration are offered in the semesters displayed above.  Students must be available to take each course in its designated rotation to successfully complete this program.  Refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog for course narratives.

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