YVC offers virtual information sessions about Bachelor of Applied Science Programs
Yakima, WA — Yakima Valley College will offer two virtual information sessions for the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree programs. The programs are designed for prospective students who have earned an applied associate’s degree and need a pathway to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Sessions will be held on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 12:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
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Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87941022062
Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Management (BASM) — BASM provides curriculum that prepares students for management positions in a variety of industries. Subjects include financial management, marketing, project management and more. Courses are offered during the evening in a hybrid format (combination of in-person and online coursework).
Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology Networking – System Administration (BASIT) — BASIT prepares students for occupations in system administration such as network administrator, database administrator, computer system analyst and more. This degree broadens a student’s foundational knowledge in information technology, specifically system administration — in addition to general education, theory, advanced technical and professional skills, and integrated collaborative learning.
Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Teacher Education (BAS-TE) — BAS-TE prepares individuals for a Washington State Teacher Certificate in Elementary Education (K-8), with additional optional endorsements in English Language Learner and Early Childhood Education. Candidates complete an intensive residency experience in a local school that requires hands-on work in classrooms under the guidance of a mentor teacher and field supervisor.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene (BASDH) — BASDH prepares accepted candidates to recognize, treat and prevent oral diseases as a Registered Dental Hygienist. Curriculum consists of six quarters of professional education and clinical experience preceded by 65 college-level credits in specific prerequisite courses. Dental Hygiene is the only BAS program at YVC that does not require completion of an AAS or equivalent to apply.
YVC students save an average of more than $12,000 per year compared to first-year students at a public university and over $51,000 compared to freshman at a private university in Washington State. Get started today! For additional information visit yvcc.edu/bachelors.