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Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management

Purpose

The BASAM program is designed to provide a rigorous educational experience to graduate individuals who are well-grounded in management knowledge and ethical values, who possess the requisite skills in communications, teamwork, and business fundamentals, and who are ready to provide leadership and effective decision-making to both existing and startup organizations.

Program Outcomes

Students who successfully complete the Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management Program will have demonstrated the ability to accomplish the following:

1. Recognize communications issues and be able to employ effective oral, written, and analytical communication appropriate to organizational settings including personnel situations and in large and small group discussions.

2. Understand the differences in decision-making strategies and when to use various approaches. This includes the application of analytical tools, quality information systems.

3. Be able to articulate the key laws, ethical aspects, regulations and benefits associated with diverse populations.

4. Design statistical models and apply data analysis techniques to the decision-making process. Utilize financial information, recognizing the reliability and accuracy of various sources, and managerial accountings tools to develop and analyze capital and operating budgets and understand various financing options to best meet organizational needs.

5. Be able to apply a global perspective to recognize and understand what is required to mitigate and manage the impacts of global currency differences and fluctuations as related to the purchase of raw materials and commodities or the sale of products to offshore customers. Understand the implications of doing business across legal and cultural boundaries.

6. Understand the difference between management and leadership, the variety of styles and roles and when they are best used as well as knowing how to work collaboratively in a team setting and how to create and manage productive teams.

7. Understand the difference between the law and ethics which includes articulating a personal ethical philosophy and the application to the workplace, especially with regard to human resource issues.

8. Know how to apply marketing principles and current technologies to deliver goods and services with increasing levels of quality, efficiency and customer satisfaction to maximize the return from operations management.

9. Be able to move from the theoretical understanding of how market, local, national and global issues impact strategic management of an organization which includes the ability to develop an actionable strategic plan with appropriate contingencies for an organization.

Required course schedule - TWO year track

Fall Quarter, First Year   

BAS 300 Foundations of Mgmt 5
BAS 320 Leadership & Org. Behavior 5
BAS 380 Marketing for Managers 5
  Total Credits 15

Winter Quarter, First Year

BAS 315 Ethics 5
BAS 330 Pro. & Org. Communication 5
BAS 420 Mgmt of Human Resources 5
  Total Credits 15

Spring Quarter, First Year

BAS 310 Accounting Principles for Mgrs 5
BAS 325 Legal Issues 5
BAS 370 Practicum in Mgmt 5
  Total Credits 15

Fall Quarter, Second Year

BAS 305 Managerial Economics 5
BAS 340 Applied Financial Mgmt 5
BAS 360 Business Principles 5
  Total Credits 15

Winter Quarter, Second Year

BAS 350 Managerial Statistics 5
BAS 410 Project Mgmt 5
BAS 490 Strategic Management & Policy 5
  Total Credits 15

Spring Quarter, Second Year

BAS 440 Environmental Issues 5
BAS 470 Applied Mgmt Internship 5
BAS 435 Operations Management 5
  Total Credits 15

 

Required course schedule - THREE year track

Fall Quarter, First Year   

BAS 300 Foundations of Mgmt 5
BAS 320 Leadership & Org. Behavior 5
  Total Credits 10

Winter Quarter, First Year

BAS 315 Ethics 5
BAS 330 Pro. & Org. Communication 5
  Total Credits 10

Spring Quarter, First Year

BAS 310 Accounting Principles for Mgrs 5
BAS 370 Practicum in Mgmt 5
  Total Credits 15

Fall Quarter, Second Year

BAS 305 Managerial Economics 5
BAS 380 Marketing for Managers 5
  Total Credits 10

Winter Quarter, Second Year

BAS 420 Mgmt of Human Resources 5
BAS 490 Strategic Management & Policy 5
  Total Credits 15

Spring Quarter, Second Year

BAS 325 Legal Issues 5
BAS 440 Environmental Issues 5
  Total Credits 15

Fall Quarter, Third Year

BAS 340 Applied Financial Mgmt 5
BAS 360 Business Principles 5
  Total Credits 10

Winter Quarter, Third Year

BAS 350 Managerial Statistics 5
BAS 410 Project Mgmt 5
  Total Credits 10

Spring Quarter, Third Year

BAS 470 Applied Mgmt Internship 5
BAS 435 Operations Management 5
  Total Credits 15

Updated 2014