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Applied Management, BAS

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180 Credits

The BAS degree in Applied Management program is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of business positions, including management analyst, general and operations manager, marketing manager, market research analyst, sales manager, and human resource specialist.

Entry Requirements: The entry requirements for the BAS in Applied Management program provide access to students from both academic transfer and career and technical programs. These entry requirements also ensure that prospective students are prepared for success once they enter the program. Entry requirements are:

  • Possess an AAA, AAS or AAS-T degree with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better OR an AA or AS degree (when applicable) with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better
  • MATH 97  with a 2.5 or above or any 100-level math course with a 2.0 or above.
  • Completion of ENGL& 101  or ENGL 126  or 127  or 128 , or ENGL& 235  (5 credits with a grade of 2.5 or better)

NOTE: Students who may not meet the stated entry requirements should contact the Program Manager or Program Director to learn about alternative pathways for entry into the BAS Applied Management Program.

Contacts: Mary Butcher, mbutcher@greenriver.edu, Nicole Harris, nharris@greenriver.edu

Program Website: Bachelor’s in Applied Management | https://www.greenriver.edu/students/academics/degrees-programs/business-marketing-and-entrepreneurship/bachelors-in-applied-management/

Graduation Requirement

Completion of an associate degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university.

Program Outcomes

Students who successfully complete this program will be able to:

  1. Formulate effective business strategies by conducting thorough analysis of a given market and business environment.
  2. Demonstrate leadership competencies and teamwork skills necessary to resolve interpersonal and organizational challenges that most often occur in the modern workplace.
  3. Analyze quantitative and qualitative data to effectively and efficiently resolve business problems.
  4. Analyze financial data to explain organizational performance and identify business opportunities in a given market.
  5. Use organizational behavior principles and human resources management practices to formulate a plan to effectively hire, retain, and develop a workforce.
  6. Plan and implement marketing and sales strategies to maximize long-term profitability of a firm.
  7. Demonstrate professional and persuasive communication to internal and external stakeholders, both orally and in writing.
  8. Construct operations and project plans that efficiently and effectively leverage organizational resources.
  9. Formulate strategies to increase ethical behavior and socially responsible decision making within an organization.

General Education Requirements (60 credits)

Humanities/Fine Arts/English (10 credits)

Five credits from the list of Humanities/Fine Arts/English Distribution  courses.

Social Sciences (10 credits)

Choose one from the following:

Natural Sciences (10 credits)

Five credits lab science from Natural Science  List A distribution.

Additional General Education (15 credits)

Ten credits from Humanities/Fine Arts/English , Social Science , or Natural Science  distribution course lists.

Additional credits from an Associate’s Degree or equivalent credits in business-related field (45 credits)

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