The Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) in Business provides an opportunity for students to apply prior life and job experience toward adegree. Many students returning to school with broad experience find that the BAS allows them to match their specific experiences with appropriate coursework. 
The curriculum includes the latest developments in global business using advanced technology within societal and ethical considerations. Students learn from business-experienced faculty and executive partners from local enterprises.       

In addition to the Business core courses, students seeking a BAS in business take the following courses:

  • International Business
  • Organizational Behavior

Technological Concentration

Students in the BAS in Business program can earn 18-30 semester hours awarded through transfer credit, life/work experience, or credit by examination for prior education or training in a technological specialization.

Approved Technological Concentration Areas

Advertising  Insurance
Aircraft Technology  Interior Design Technology
Architecture  Legal Assisting
Banking  Mass Communications
Computer Maintenance Technology  Medical Technology
Dental Assisting Technology  Occupational Safety and Health Technology
Dental Hygiene  Photographic Technology 
Drafting and Design Technology  Physical Therapist Assistant
Electronic Graphics  Radiologic Technology
Electronics Technology  Radio-Television-Film Program
Engineering Respiratory Care
Engineering Technology Real Estate Management
Fashion Design  Safety Engineering Technology
Fire Science  Technical Communications
Fire Technology Vocational Nursing
Hospitality Management  


View the degree plan and course descriptions for the Business program in the Undergraduate Catalog


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