Bachelor in Applied Administration
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For more information on the Bachelor in Applied Administration, please call 513-745-5785 or email BTASInfo@ucblueash.edu.
According to the Ohio Bureau of Labor Statistics, your earning potential is greatly affected by your level of education. Those holding a Bachelor's degree typically earn nearly 35% more per week than those with an Associate's degree.
Bachelor in Applied Administration Degree
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The Applied Administration program is designed for people who already hold a technical associate's degree, such as an Associate of Applied Science or an Associate of Applied Business (from a regionally accredited institution).
It's an ideal opportunity to take the next step in your professional career by fulfilling the course requirements necessary to complete a bachelor's degree – giving you the edge to move into a supervisory or administrative position.
Is the bachelor's degree in Applied Administration right for you?
The bachelor's degree in Applied Administration allows adults with work experience to obtain a bachelor’s degree without losing any credits from their associate’s degree. It is:
the ideal opportunity for those who want to take the next step in their professional career by fulfilling the course requirements necessary to complete a baccalaureate degree
a fantastic completer program for working adults who have wanted to come back or need the degree to pursue a promotion or new position
a ‘two-plus-two’ program requiring only two additional years of coursework beyond your associate’s program; the knowledge and skill sets you will learn through the program will enhance and supplement the technical skills you already possess
About The Program
The two-year program totals 60 academic semester hours and includes courses such as team building & project facilitation, financial information for managers, workplace ethics, human resource practices, applied statistics, employment law, employee supervision, and leadership theory and practice.
Classes will be offered in the day, evening and weekend at UCBA; in addition, several online courses will be offered.