The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in Business Administration degree allows individuals holding an associate degree (A.A.S) in an approved technical field the opportunity to progress toward a baccalaureate degree by accepting a predetermined amount of career and technical credit. The B.A.S. graduate will be able to combine the applied skill set learned in his or her career / technical program and his or her accrued real world experience with the managerial skills learned at MUW to build pathways for further career advancement.
The goal of the B.A.S. program is to integrate the skills learned in approved technical fields, the current theories of a chosen discipline, and the broader life development afforded by a liberal arts education together to develop well-rounded graduates ready to lead in an increasingly technology-driven workforce.
Through the Department of Business, a student may earn a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration degree in one of six concentrations (please visit the Culinary Arts Institute site to learn more about the Culinary Arts concentration):
- General Business
- Health Care Management
- Human Resource Management
- Legal Administration
- Management Information Systems
The Junior and Senior years of these concentrations may be completed entirely online.