Oregon Tech’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology and Management (BAS) is designed specifically for students who have completed a technical Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Science degree and are seeking career advancement into management or in their technical career field. The BAS provides a broad base of management skills, enabling you to acquire skills and knowledge that are readily applicable to your chosen career field.
About Our Program
The degree is designed for transfer students who have already earned an AAS or AS degree. It builds on a core of 60 credits of Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses taken as part of the AAS or AS degree and adds business, management, information technology, and general education courses to complete the BAS.
Transferable AAS and AS technical degrees might include but are not limited to:
- Diesel Technology
- Automotive Technology
- Construction Management
- Electronics Technology
- Computer Technical Support
- Engineering Technology
- Environmental Technology
- Criminal Justice
Who is Eligible?
You must meet the Oregon Tech admission criteria. You must have earned a technical Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Science degree. Special admissions arrangements may also be available.
Residents of the following states are not eligible for this program:
It may be possible in the future to allow students from these states to be admitted. Please contact us if you have questions regarding this restriction or are interested in an online program at Oregon Tech but reside in one of these states. Contact by email or phone: firstname.lastname@example.org or 541.885.1142.
Registration & Tuition
You will receive complete instructions for registering after you have been admitted.
As a state-supported university, Oregon Tech offers online degree completion programs at affordable rates. There is no out-of-state surcharge for non-Oregon residents. Current information about tuition and fees can be found under Online Costs. Students who take six credits or more per term may qualify for financial aid.