Careers Start Here

Explore the high-demand areas of Business & Technology and Healthcare

Earn a practical degree or certificate that fast-tracks your entry — or re-entry — into the workforce. Complete a certificate in as little as 25 credits, earn a two-year associate degree, or start your path towards a bachelor’s in a high-demand field. Whatever path you choose, flexible options are available to connect you with the skills local employers want.

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Get help with the admissions process, understanding program options, and other questions you have before you get started.

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Unemployed or Low Income?

Workforce Education connects unemployed and eligible individuals to tuition funding and education/career planning.

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Spring Quarter Dates & Deadlines

  • Admissions Deadline – March 23
  • Quarter Starts – April 4
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Summer Quarter Dates & Deadlines

  • Admissions Deadline – June 20
  • Quarter Starts – July 3
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Careers in Business & Technology

Fill the business and technology skills gap in Washington state. Earn a degree or certificate local tech Browse our online catalog for more business and technology programs. Interested in a Bachelor of Applied Science in business or technology? Explore five high-demand degrees offered by our Institute of Business and Technology (iBIT)

Programs marked with are approved for Workforce Education grants.

30 Credits or less

Project Management – 25 credits

Accounting Preparation – 25 credits

Sales – 25 credits

30 Credits or more

Accounting AA or AAS-T

Business Management AA or AAS-T

Business Technology AA

Digital Marketing AAS-T

Marketing Management AA

Programs marked with are approved for Workforce Education grants.

30 Credits or Less

Database Analyst – 25 Credits

Database User Specialist – 25 Credits

30 Credits or More

Database Report Developer

Digital Media Arts AA

Information Systems AAS-T

Network Services and Computing Systems AAS-T

Robotics & Artificial Intelligence AAS-T

Browse our online catalog for more business and technology programs. Interested in a Bachelor of Applied Science in business or technology? Explore five high-demand degrees offered by our Institute of Business and Technology (iBIT).

I’m proud of my experience...I went in with a goal and  I got a lot more than anticipated. BC gave me what I needed to succeed — including job placement. It was definitely the right choice for me. Katie Chang - BC Alum. AA - Diagnostic Ultrasound, 2001. BAS - Radiation and Imaging Management, 2016

Careers in Healthcare

Healthcare heroes of tomorrow start at Bellevue College. Earn a degree to make an impact in the health and wellness of others, and help lead our state towards a safe and healthy future.

Programs marked with are approved for Workforce Education grants.

30 Credits or less


30 Credits or more

Allied Health AAS-T

Diagnostic Ultrasound AA (requires prerequisites)

Neurodiagnostic Technology AA (requires prerequisites)

Nuclear Medicine Technology AA (requires prerequisites)

Nursing AAS-T (requires prerequisites)

Radiation Therapy AA (requires prerequisites)

Radiologic Technology AA (requires prerequisites)

Programs marked with are approved for Workforce Education grants.

30 Credits or Less

Personal Fitness Trainer – 25 Credits

Yoga Instructor – 19 Credits

30 Credits or More


Browse our online catalog for more healthcare programs. Interested in a Bachelor of Applied Science in healthcare? Explore five high-impact degrees offered by our Health Sciences, Education & Wellness Institute (HSEWI).

Support Your Journey

Get the support you need on your academic and career journey. Resources to support first-generation, low-income, multicultural, and more are available at BC.

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Workforce Education

Enter—or re-enter—the workforce with the help of our Workforce Education department. Available grants include the Worker Retraining Grant, Opportunity Grant, BFET Grant, and WorkFirst Grant.

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TRIO Student Support Services

TRIO helps first-generation students, low-income students, and students with disabilities connect with valuable resources to help them achieve their education and career goals.

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Tuition Payment Plan

Get help paying for college with our tuition payment plan. Pay a smaller down payment and split tuition payments up over several months. The earlier you apply, the more options available.

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Multicultural Services (MCS)

Get support from academic coaches and mentors, access academic success resources, and participate in quarterly workshops and cultural events that connect our diverse community.

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Benefits Hub

Receive financial coaching, advice, and support through the United Way of King County’s Benefits Hub at Bellevue College. Learn how to manage college finances and support your education.

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Center for Career Connections

Connect with a future career through the Center for Career Connections. Join a job fair or workshop, network with other professionals, get career advice, or find a job or internship.

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Veterans Services

Military service members and their families can benefit from services offered through Veterans Services. Receive support with VA benefits, career planning and opportunities, and more.

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Basic and Transitional Studies (BATS)

Access high-quality basic and pre-college Math and English literacy education through English as Second Language, Adult Basic Education, or GED/High School+ classes.

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Disability Resources

Students with disabilities can receive academic and career support through our Disability Resource Center. Access support resources and develop the critical skills necessary to achieve success.

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Specialized Learning Programs

Are you neurodivergent, autistic, or have learning disabilities? Bellevue College’s Occupational Life Skills (OLS) and Neurodiversity Navigators offer high quality and nationally recognized programs that can help you learn skills and earn college degrees that employers want. 

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Options for Working Professionals

Want to advance in the career that you’re in? Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College provides the best way to propel careers forward. With online, schedule-friendly class times led by practicing experts, our diverse offerings are built for busy people.

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