Earn an Applied Bachelor’s Degree at Bellevue College
Explore degrees that lead to high-demand careers
Bellevue College offers a range of cost-effective, high quality bachelor’s degree programs in a variety of fields to help build your future. Some of these degrees have concentrations in order to further your specialization. Take the next step and see if any of our 14 bachelor’s degrees will help meet your educational goals.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Accounting provides graduates with the skills and knowledge needed for employment in the field of accounting. This degree completion program is designed for individuals who wish to compete for jobs that require a more in-depth knowledge of accounting, and supervisory or management skills.
This program provides students with a foundation of critical thinking, talent management, and leadership strategies, as well as the latest technical skills including database design, enterprise resource planning, and e-commerce. The combination of core business concepts paired with current technology skills provides students with strong career preparation.
This program meets the critical and pervasive demand for rigorously trained computer-science professionals. This degree program will prepare graduates to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the design of computer and software-based systems of varying complexity.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Cybersecurity provides students with a foundation of theoretical and technical knowledge in cybersecurity. This degree prepares graduates to monitor and maintain system security solutions, including legal, regulatory, and internal compliance solutions.
Data Management & Analysis, BAS
With the digital world today, companies have access to more data than ever before. All that information can indicate patterns of behavior, and businesses are excited to use those insights to point the way forward. Data management is the practice of collecting, organizing, protecting, and storing an organization’s data so it can be analyzed for business decisions.
Students are challenged to develop and implement marketing strategies that leverage emerging digital marketing platforms through collaborative projects with peers and client-facing work. The degree program culminates with the Capstone project, where each student develops and implements an integrated marketing strategy for a real business client.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Health and Wellness is designed as a cohort career-oriented program. Our graduates will be ready to develop effective wellness programs within organizations to reduce healthcare costs, increase productivity, lower absenteeism, enhance employee safety, and improve employee well-being.
This program prepares individuals with IT and/or healthcare preparation and experience to successfully compete for jobs in the rapidly growing field of healthcare informatics, which focuses on optimizing use of technology to manage knowledge in order to improve quality of care.
This is a career-oriented program developed specifically to meet the career advancement needs of individuals with business and/or healthcare preparation and experience. It is designed to prepare individuals to successfully compete for jobs that require knowledge of the healthcare system and supervisory or management skills.
The Bachelor of Applied Arts in Interior Design (BAA) offers a broadly-based and professionally-relevant curriculum that embraces the responsibility of preparing and inspiring the designers of the future. The BAA program provides a learning environment based on a foundation of holistic, creative problem-solving, and is accredited as a professional level degree by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).
Successful graduates of this program 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. Graduates should have a thorough understanding of the scientific disciplines underpinning molecular biosciences, as well as extensive laboratory experience using state-of-the-art equipment.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program (RN to BSN) is designed for students with an associate degree or diploma in nursing from an accredited college or nursing program. The RN-BSN Program curriculum expands students’ knowledge and skills in evidence-based practice, community health, professional communication, leadership, and health information technology (HIT), as well as healthcare systems and policies.
Current imaging professionals seeking to further their career have several options to earn an advanced degree right here at Bellevue College! These programs provide applicable skills and knowledge to prepare imaging professionals in Radiologic Technology, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, or Radiation Therapy for advanced post-primary modalities, management positions and continued education into masters level programs.
The Software Development program has two concentrations, Application Development and Artificial Intelligence. Our concentrations in software development meet the explicit need employers have identified by providing a pathway to the baccalaureate for students with two-year technical associate degrees in IT. With curriculum updated every year to meet industry and business demands, each concentration provides graduates with broad technical skills and project-based learning.
Last Updated September 20, 2022