BTC's campus will be closed Monday, May 27, for Memorial Day, and there will be no daytime classes Tuesday, May 28, for a Faculty In-Service Day.

Bachelor of Applied Science

Are you ready to take your career further? Bellingham Technical College’s fully online two-year bachelor of applied science degrees can be added on top of an existing associate degree, or even a previous bachelor’s degree, to help you train for higher level, higher paying positions.

BTC’s BAS degrees are ideal for current employees with a variety of educational backgrounds who would like to further their education and their career options, as well as for current students looking to advance their training after earning their associate of applied science degree in one of BTC’s programs. Both of BTC’s Bachelor of Applied Science programs are offered online, giving students the flexibility they need to boost their skills as they work.

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Engineering Technology (BAS-ET)

BTC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Technology degree is designed to meet the needs of students who want to apply their engineering technology skills in industries that range from aerospace and renewable energy to agriculture and manufacturing. BTC’s BAS-ET program curriculum balances theoretical content with robust applied problem solving, with a focus on providing applied technical education that prepares graduates to make meaningful contributions to the engineering industry. Intensive engineering design projects provide students with a strong foundation of engineering knowledge and skills that align with traditional and emerging engineering and technology careers. Learn more about BTC’s BAS in Engineering Technology.

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Operations Management (BASOPS)

Operations management is the management of processes, people, technology, and organizations that produce goods or services. Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Operations Management from BTC will be ready for top jobs as business managers, facility and facilities managers, general managers, operations managers, vice presidents of operations and more for industries that include manufacturing, transportation, information technology and retail. The employment outlook for operations managers and general managers in Washington state is strong and is expected to grow over the next several years. Learn more about BTC’s BAS in Operations Management.

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