A world of opportunity awaits you


A world of opportunity awaits you


A world of opportunity awaits you

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

SVC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management (BAS-AM) program is a two-year, 90 credit degree designed for professional-technical students who have completed an associate’s degree (AA, AAS-T, AAS, or ATA). 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.

Upon completion of the SVC BAS-AM program, students will be able to:

Communicate Effectively:

  • Use written and spoken language, digital skills and tools, concepts, and models of management applicable to the professional-technical discipline to communicate clearly and create an effective message, while demonstrating a professional presence.

Think Critically:

  • Demonstrate an ability to assimilate, evaluate, and synthesize information from varying media and formats, including the ability to assess qualitative and quantitative data and to apply critical thinking and knowledge in an industry and managerial function-specific context, incorporating broader social, economic, and environmental impacts.

Demonstrate Professional and Personal Readiness:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of management roles, leadership and cultural norms and expectations of leadership, including the identification and description of human behavior in an organizational setting, with attention to the dynamics of power and privilege.
  • Prepare and complete cost control processes including the ability to establish a budget, prepare cost reports, and forecast expenditures.
  • Acquire, organize, analyze, and interpret information and data to make informed, reasoned, equitable decisions and analyze systems for planning and decision-making.
  • Identify and analyze human resource systems for developing diverse human capital, employment, compensation, and training and institute and facilitate inclusive team-based problem-solving environments.
  • Analyze, build, and leverage social capital for occupational advancement, which will include the development of materials to structure and support ongoing personal career management.
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of the local business environment and community and an awareness of issues and opportunities emerging from the changing socio-economic, technological, and environmental landscape.

Exhibit Cultural Awareness:

  • Explore, appreciate, and define the opportunities, challenges, and nuances of operating in an increasingly diverse, interconnected, and complex global community.
  • Recognize and challenge culture-bound assumptions.

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.
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