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A Learning Lab for the 21st Century Workplace

A Learning Lab for the 21st Century Workplace

A Learning Lab for the 21st Century Workplace

Program of Study

Core Courses

  • Foundations of Management
  • Economics
  • Environmental Science
  • Statistics and Data-Driven Decision Making
  • Project Management
  • Marketing and Social Media
  • Accounting
  • Operations Management
  • Finance
  • Professional Communications
  • Strategic management
  • Business Law & Ethics
  • Power structures in the Workplace
  • Participants in the Healthcare Management track will take courses in Project Management, Marketing, Operations, Human Resource, Ethics and Finance that are geared directly at the Healthcare sector.

Graduates will be prepared to pursue management opportunities in a wide range of industries.

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Program Outcomes

Known as the learning lab for the 21st-century workplace, the Applied Management bachelor’s degree is  designed for those who have completed an associate’s degree in any field, including those that do not directly transfer to four-year schools. The fully online program replicates the on-the-job learning environment with upper-level courses that model a management view perspective through teamwork and independent learning. Participants are invited to join a weekly lunchtime zoom meeting at which they can engage with faculty and with other participants.

Degree Option
The Bachelor in Applied Science – Applied Management program is a two-year, 90-credit degree that offers an opportunity to gain the skills needed to step up to a management position. It is designed for students who have completed any associate degree including those degrees that do not typically transfer to four-year schools (AA, AAS-T, AAS, or ATA).

The program offers a BAS degree in either General Management or Healthcare Management. The Healthcare Management option is a non-clinical program.


Upon completion of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management program, students will be able to:

  • Address managerial and workplace issues and opportunities in their field of interest by applying a problem-solving approach that integrates multiple disciplines and functions.
  • Compose solutions to workplace issues and opportunities that integrate fiscal and social responsibility perspectives.
  • Challenge assumptions such as those formed by culture or irrational logic by analyzing the origins and perpetuation of explicit and implicit bias.
  • Construct a platform for personal career/occupational growth and community impact by analyzing the levers of social capital, power, and privilege.
  • Demonstrate leadership and professional presence by modeling workplace appropriate norms.

To find out more about the BAS in Applied Management, and to receive an application, register for a program briefing session that meets your schedule.