Business

A world of opportunity awaits you

Business

A world of opportunity awaits you

Business

A world of opportunity awaits you

How to Get Started

Although the priority application period for the 2018-20 class ended on April 30, 2018, applications are still being accepted. Applications received after April 30 will be reviewed on a rolling basis for wait list positions. The waitlist will be formed based on date of application and you will be notified of your position on the list within two weeks of submitting your application.

Upcoming Information Sessions

July 18, 12:00–1:00 pm
Mount Vernon Campus
Lewis Hall L-225
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August 13, 1:00–2:00 pm
Mount Vernon Campus
Lewis Hall L-227
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Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management

SVC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management program is a two-year, 90 credit degree designed for professional-technical students who have completed an associate’s degree. The BAS-AM program combines 300-and 400-level managerial and general education courses to equip technically skilled students with occupationally contextualized business and general knowledge typically necessary for advancement to managerial-level positions or to operate an entrepreneurial venture.

The program is open to any student with two-year degrees, such as AAS, ATA, AA, or AS degrees. Students in the program will earn upper division credits in applied business management and will start the program as a Junior. As this is an applied degree, you will be part of a program that is anchored in real world, practical learning to equip you to flourish in the workplace of today, and tomorrow.

Program Prerequisites

Pre-requisites for the BAS-AM program at Skagit Valley College have been streamlined to make the opportunity for educational attainment as accessible as possible.

Applicants must have:

  • An associate degree by the time of entry into the program with a cumulative GPA of 2.50.
    • Applicants may apply if they anticipate receiving their associates degree before the program start.  The acceptance will be conditional and the degree must be completed before the first day of classes.
  • Passed ENG&101 (English Composition 1) and CMST&210 (Interpersonal Communications) or CMST&220 (Public Speaking) or their equivalent with a minimum grade of a “C”
    • For 2018, BAS-AM faculty will assist students with course verifications
  • Attended an informational interview and a program information session.

Program Inquiries

To find out more about the program and the application process, please register for an information session. You can find the link to register here.

How to Get Started

Although the priority application period for the 2018-20 class ended on April 30, 2018, applications are still being accepted. Applications received after April 30 will be reviewed on a rolling basis for wait list positions. The waitlist will be formed based on date of application and you will be notified of your position on the list within two weeks of submitting your application.

Information Sessions in May

May 21, 1:00-2:00 pm
Mount Vernon Campus
Angst Hall A-136
Register

Information Sessions in June

June 13, 1:00-2:00 pm
Mount Vernon Campus
Lewis Hall L-114
Register

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