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Bachelor's Degree in Applied Administration

The Applied Administration program is designed for people who already hold a technical associate 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 new 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 credits 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 UC Clermont & UC Blue Ash; in addition, several online courses will be offered.
  • BTAS program details
  • Program started in fall 2011
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Come to a free information session-get the details!

For more information, contact:

Kathie Cooper


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