A Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree builds on the knowledge and skills learned in the completion of an associate degree, allowing students to obtain bachelor-level credentials in specialized career fields.
Let TCC’s two-year bachelor’s degree programs give you the skills needed for higher paying positions in your current field or help you move into another career field.
All you need to get started is an associate degree from an accredited college.
TCC’s BAS degrees were designed with working professionals in mind. Classes are offered online, or on an evening/weekend schedule.
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Four Degrees, Four Options
Health Information Management
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Information Management prepares you to be part of the allied health team and lead efforts to analyze and protect a patient’s medical information. These data driven professionals often serve in bridge roles, connecting clinical, operational, and administrative functions.Degree Information
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Community Health pairs your current health or human service background with public health theory and practice. With a focus on awareness and prevention, the Community Health degree will give you the skills needed to help your community stay healthy.Degree Information
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management is a career-oriented degree that combines technical, academic, and professional management courses. It is designed for graduates of an Associate degree program who wish to enhance their current skills with a bachelor's degree that provides the managerial knowledge and expertise to meet industry demand.Degree Information
IT Networking Information Systems & Technology
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Systems and Technology will enable graduates to meet the needs of a broad scope of information technology skills.Degree Information
A Friendly Reminder
Don't forget to apply for general admission to TCC.
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Andrea Cobb, Program Navigator