Business

A world of opportunity awaits you

Business

A world of opportunity awaits you

Business

A world of opportunity awaits you

Register for an information session

Wednesday June 26, 12-1 pm 
Mount Vernon Campus, Lewis Hall 124 
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Wednesday July 10, 6-7 pm
Mount Vernon Campus, Lewis Hall 123 
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FAQs – BAS in Applied Management

What can I do with this degree?
Students with an Applied Management degree will find themselves prepared for a variety of management or supervisory positions in almost any type of business or industry. Additionally, students can use this degree to create their own business or advance themselves in their current career paths.
Will this degree prepare me for a Master's program?
This accredited Bachelor’s degree prepares students to pursue graduate programs in a variety of fields, including MBA programs.
When will classes meet?
The Bachelor in Management degree is a hybrid program, comprising in-class meetings and student-directed independent learning.

For the participants in the program beginning Fall 2018, classes will meet on the Mount Vernon campus on Fridays between 9 am and 3 pm.

What is the tuition cost?
This affordable option is nearly 2/3 less than the cost of a four-year university. Specific tuition information can be found at: www.skagit.edu/admissions/tuition-fees
What will I learn?
This program emphasizes principles of applied management in areas such as Business law, marketing, and social media, project management, organizational and interpersonal behavior, financial management, professional and organizational communications, and international business dynamics.
What does "Applied" mean?
This Bachelor of Applied Science program focuses on real-world applications, not just theory-based learning. You will be able to apply the concepts and tools to your current work, and the curriculum will ensure you have practice integrating your learning into real-world relevant business and management scenarios.

For more information on Applied Science degrees in Washington State, visit Applied Baccalaureate Degrees

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

Wednesday June 26th 12-1 pm 

Mount Vernon Campus, Lewis Hall 123 

Wednesday July 10th 6-7 pm 

Mount Vernon Campus, Lewis Hall 123 

Register 

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