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The BAS in Applied Accounting brings together tools and techniques from business, communication, information technology, management, sustainability, and project management to assist in interpreting business and accounting information.
Bellevue College’s one year online course sequence in Arabic develops students’ skills in the pronunciation and writing of Arabic letters, basic language structures and vocabulary, and cultural knowledge about the Arabic-speaking world.
The Puget Sound Regional Archives acts as a regional resource in the area of public records and information management. These services include consultation, workshops, and the coordination of additional services.
The Art Department serves the students and the community by advancing awareness, understanding, and technical skills in the visual language of art and design.
The Bellevue College Gallery Space is dedicated to providing the campus and community with the opportunity to view high quality artwork from a multiplicity of backgrounds, styles, and media.
Bellevue College values the establishment of mutually beneficial agreements between ourselves and well-accredited places of higher education. We see this as our way to continue in best serving our students from Day 1 of their college experience to pursuing their final careers. These agreements typically take the form of a Memorandum of Understanding or an Articulation Agreement.
Bellevue College’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Associate in Applied Science – Transfer degree will help prepare graduates to work in the field of artificial intelligence software development.
Arts & Design (non-credit)
The Community Education unit of Bellevue College is a place to explore hobbies and interests. With an array of courses in art and design, personal enrichment, and world languages, Community Education is a premier option for residents of all ages including teens and retirees throughout the Puget Sound.
- Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Arts & Humanities Division
The Arts & Humanities Division develops curriculum and delivers instruction that stimulates intellectual and imaginative curiosity, critical and creative thinking, and varied means of expression among all learners seeking to develop the critical habits of mind necessary for personal, civic, and cultural life and work in a civil, democratic society. We cultivate inclusive learning environments that engage diverse traditions, ideas, expression, practices, and values of human beings.
- Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Associated Student Government
Associated Student Government strives to enrich student life and develop future leaders through programming, services, and advocacy.