We offer bachelor’s degrees through our college and through our partnerships with Eastern Washington University, University of Washington and Washington State University.
This baccalaureate degree completion program is designed for individuals who have already met the lower division requirements through an interior design-related associate’s degree or equivalent academic study.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Accounting provides graduates with the skills and knowledge needed for employment in the field of accounting.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Data Analytics provides graduates with the skills and knowledge needed for employment in the rapidly emerging field of data analytics, which comprises analyzing and interpreting the large datasets now available in a wide range of organizations and industries.
This baccalaureate degree completion program is designed for individuals with IT and/or health care preparation and experience who wish to better compete for jobs that require knowledge of the healthcare system, information technology knowledge and skills, and supervisory or management skills.
This career-oriented bachelor’s degree completion program provides students with a broad base of theoretical and technical knowledge, as well as specialized knowledge in one of four concentration areas: application development, business intelligence, systems administration and information security.
This career-oriented bachelor’s degree completion program is for individuals who have achieved national certification in radiologic technology, diagnostic ultrasound, radiation therapy, or nuclear medicine.
Successful program graduates of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Molecular Biosciences should possess the skills necessary for careers in a variety of disciplines such as molecular biology, medicine, forensics, biochemistry, pharmacology, neuroscience, food chemistry, and environmental science.
The RN to BSN nursing program curriculum expands knowledge and skills in evidence based practice, community health, professional communication, leadership, and health information technology (HIT), as well as healthcare systems and policies.
Bellevue College and Eastern Washington University (EWU) have collaborated to offer four bachelor’s degree options on the Bellevue College campus. Get more information about Eastern’s specific degrees available and their requirements.
Work toward an online bachelor’s degree (after completing a two-year associate degree) through our educational partnerships with Washington State University (WSU), the University of Washington (UW) and Central Washington University. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in areas such as business administration, social science, communication, English, humanities and more through joint degree programs with these top universities. For info, visit our eLearning Program or call (425) 564-2438.