Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Programs
We currently have two Bachelor of Applied Science programs at LCC. Class types include in-person, online and hybrid. Learn more about our available programs below and apply today!
The BAS-OLTM is a career-focused, applied science degree to prepare graduates for positions in leadership, management, and supervisory roles in private, public, and nonprofit organizations. The program is designed for working adults with a range of professional technical associate degrees and a diverse set of work experiences and professional goals. LCC's program will help students gain the skills and knowledge needed to effectively lead and manage others through the study of behavioral and leadership theory, professional communications, project management, workplace and environmental safety, conflict resolution, theories of decision making, change management, ethics, and diversity.
You can be on the path to making a difference in your community by earning a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Teacher Education (BAS-TE). LCC's program will help you gain knowledge and skills to effectively work with students and collaborate with professionals throughout the field. This program is tailored for working adults with options for residency teacher certification or a focus in early care and education. LCC offers endorsements in elementary education and early childhood education.
What does it take to get promoted at your job? Get your Bachelor Degree right here at LCC! We have working adult learning options so you won’t have to spend a lot of time sitting in a classroom, but you may still have classroom options that allow you to be successful. Pick a time that matches your schedule and your preferred method of delivery (in-person or zoom). We are excited to share more about our LCC Bachelor Degrees, so stop by!
Monday November 28 on zoom: https://lowercolumbia.zoom.us/my/universitycenter
Tuesday, December 6 at 6 p.m. in the Alan Thompson Library, room 130
Wednesday, December 14 at 2 p.m. in the Alan Thompson Library, room 130
We are looking forward to sharing how our programs work, and how they may work for you!