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BAAS Degree Information

BAAS In Applied Administration
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

Undergraduate (Bachelors)

Online Completion

Downtown Location

Northwest Location


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Karen Kaser, Program Director, Senior Lecturer
One Main Street, Suite S601

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Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences in Applied Administration

The BAAS in Applied Administration is a versatile multidisciplinary degree designed as a steppingstone for:

  • Students with an AAS degree continuing on to a bachelor’s degree
  • Working adults wanting to advance their careers into supervisory or administrative positions.

The BAAS-AA degree is an exceptional program in that it integrates with the AAS degree, enabling students to earn a four-year degree with minimal loss of AAS credit hours.  Students may transfer up to 78 lower-level hours from an accredited community college or university.


The Applied Administration major focuses on building effective communication, collaboration, and leadership skills.  Among the subjects covered are:

  • Human resources
  • Administrative communication
  • Decision making skills
  • Information systems
  • Budgeting
  • Organizational change
  • Negotiation and mediation
  • Project administration

Career Flexibility

Career opportunities in applied administration are numerous in both public and private sector organizations.  Graduates build upon their AAS degree field and experience to move into administrative positions. These are just a few of the many career paths available to graduates:

  • Legal office administrator
  • Database administrator
  • IT administrator
  • Healthcare administrator
  • Project administrator
  • Non-profit administrator

Degree Program Guides

Advising degree program guides, documents and other useful advising resources for students following current and prior catalogs.

We look forward to working with you to tailor your academic program to your career goals. If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the program advisor.