Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management (BAS)

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General Education Requirements
Communication Skills
CMST 310ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION5
Subtotal5
Human Relations
PSYC 315ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR5
Subtotal5
Social Sciences
ECON 405MANAGERIAL AND GLOBAL ECONOMICS5
Subtotal5
Humanities
PHIL 420ETHICS IN MANAGEMENT5
Subtotal5
Natural Science
ENVS 430SUSTAINABILITY & ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES5
Major Area Requirements
BASAM301FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT5
BASAM305SOCIAL MEDIA IN BUSINESS5
BASAM320BUSINESS RESEARCH APPLICATIONS5
BASAM325BUSINESS PRINCIPLES5
BASAM330ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES FOR MANAGERS5
BASAM335LEGAL ISSUES IN MANAGEMENT5
BASAM340MARKETING FOR MANAGERS5
BASAM400HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT5
BASAM410PROJECT MANAGEMENT5
BASAM415FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT5
BASAM425OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS5
BASAM440CAPSTONE: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT & POLICY5
BASAM450APPLIED MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP5
Total 190

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Describe the complexities that affect successful trading in domestic and global markets, utilizing information, data, and technologies to support effective decision making.
  • Recognize and apply effective communication strategies, appropriate to organizational settings.
  • Analyze and apply managerial functions, roles, styles, and effective strategies for stability and change, to be used in various managerial and leadership situations.
  • Analyze legal issues for risk management and responsible oversight.
  • Interpret financial models for business decision-making to support organizational goals.
  • Evaluate and develop organizational structures and operating procedures to foster continuous improvement, innovation, and quality results.
  • Balance theoretical and practical strategies and policies for a productive, quality, and motivated workforce, including managing diversity, ethics, and social responsibility.
  • Develop and apply a marketing strategy, based on an integrated marketing plan, to produce and distribute products at optimum operational levels.