Business Management and Technology, BAS
This business degree provides a solid foundation of leadership strategies,such as critical thinking and talent management. Sought-after technical skills round out the program and stand out to employers. These include analytics, database design, enterprise planning and e-commerce tools. Students develop their abilities to lead projects and teams. The integration of strong foundational learning and proficient technical know-how prepares you for high-demand roles in today’s business and technology sectors.
Courses & Requirements
The course catalog is a great place to find detailed information on this program.
- Leading and Decision Making
- Principles of Operations Management
- International Business and Technology
- Structured Query Language (SQL) Fundamentals
- Project Management for Information Technology (IT)
Points of Pride
Be ready to collaborate in international business environment with diverse teams.
Employers report high demand for managers who understand business and technology.
Education for What's Next
Courses reflect current and evolving technologies.
- Program Chair
Dena Laney holds a Master of Science in Information Science, with a minor in Instructional Design, and a Master of Science in Education with a concentration in Online Learning and Teaching. She focuses on web development, database and Python programming concepts, online course design, and curriculum development.
Lisa Harris joined the Bellevue College faculty after working as a software consultant for a firm providing process analysis and software solutions to a wide range of companies. Her education background includes math, economics, and instructional design, with degrees from the Western Governors University and the University of Chicago.