Registration is OPEN for students planning to start Spring Quarter 2023. How to prepare: The application form will prompt students to submit basic contact information and upload all unofficial transcripts, if not already on file with Bellevue College. While not required, students are advised to meet with the program manager, Ithzel Moreno firstname.lastname@example.org prior to submitting an application.
When to apply
Students may apply and start on the degree program in Fall, Winter, or Spring. Refer to the table above for a list of application deadlines.
|Starting Quarter||Application Opens||Priority Deadline||Registration Opens||Final Deadline|
|CLOSED||November 1, 2022||November 14, 2022||December 15, 2022|
|Opens mid-January||February 1, 2023||February 15, 2023||March 15, 2023|
|Opens mid-April||June 1, 2023||May 11, 2023||August 15, 2023|
Please note: The BAS BMT is a selective admissions program. Application to the program does not guarantee admission. If the number of applicants exceeds the number of available seats in the program, program administrators will prioritize those students who have completed the courses that are “Recommended prior to admission.” A list of all degree requirements, including those courses designated “Recommended prior to admission” can be found in the college catalog on the Business Management & Technology degree page.
Sample Schedule/Degree Plan
Students do not need to have completed an associate’s degree to start this bachelor’s program.
Students may complete the BAS BMT program either part-time or full-time as shown below. Students may take courses in any order as long as they adhere to the pre-requisites for each course. Students may start the program in either Fall, Winter, or Spring Quarter.
Each of the sample plans below show only what one student chose for their course options. The complete list of degree options and requirements, including program eligibility and course outcomes, can be found in the college catalog on the Business Management & Technology degree page.
Starting quarter = Spring
|ACCT 320 or BUS 355|
ISIT 312 or ISIT 300
ISIT 300 or ISIT 312
BUS 355 or ACCT 320
Starting quarter = Winter
*This elective course (5 credits required) must come from either of the following Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) categories and not already used as a general education credit: Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning or Natural Sciences.
Meet BMT students
Alesia is almost finished with her AAS-T in Software Development, but she wants to continue her education and get her BAS degree as she knows it will make her more employable. Alesia loves technology, but she’s not sure she wants to work day-to-day as a software developer.
In class, Alesia was often the lead on projects – Alesia loved to organize the team, keep them motivated and on schedule. She could see herself working as a Program Manager at one of big tech companies. Alesia decides to pivot and obtain her BAS in Business Management & Technology so she can combine her skills in technology with knowledge of management.
Jaden is transferring into Bellevue College with a number of general education credits and some business courses. Jaden wants to get his BAS degree as he knows it is a requirement for some of the jobs he is interested in pursuing. He enjoys business, but he knows he needs to find an area of focus.
Jaden took a programming class and loved it, he enjoys technology, and he could see himself working as a Product Manager at one of big tech companies. Jaden decides to obtain his BAS in Business Management & Technology where he will learn more about the management and lifecycle of technical projects.
Degree requirements, including course options, outcomes, pre-requisites and eligibility, can be found in the college catalog on the Business Management & Technology degree page.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Business Management & Technology (BMT) combines business, management, and technology skills, ideal for employability in the Puget Sound region. Employers are reporting high demand for a skill set which integrates an understanding of business with an understanding of technology.
The BMT degree equips students to be more than just a technologist or just a businessperson as the degree includes significant learning in current and evolving technologies and in established and evolving theories and practices in the dynamic business and management areas.
Completion of the BMT degree offers the student high value, highly compensated employment opportunities in the business and high-tech industries. The BMT degree prepares students for a variety of job roles including Program Manager, Operations Manager, Technical Program Manager, Product Manager, Product Owner, and Project Manager.
Once accepted into the BMT program, students will be able to choose areas of focus. For example, students who want a stronger emphasis on technology may choose IT 330 – Cloud Technologies for Business, while students who want a stronger emphasis on business may choose BTS 389 – Ecommerce Development Strategy. This is just one example used to show how this unique degree allows students to take courses in the business, management and technology areas that are best suited to their career path.
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Last Updated March 17, 2023