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Business Management (B.A.S.)

Turn your technical degree into a bachelor's degree.

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Management is designed specifically for students who have earned or are working toward a professional/technical training degree and now want to earn a bachelor's degree to advance their careers.

If you have completed at least 45 credits toward an Associate of Applied Science, this program offers you a unique pathway to a bachelor's degree in business management.

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In this program, you will:

  • Pair your technical studies with a pragmatic major, tailored to your career goals
  • Learn how to manage in dynamic environments
  • Complete your studies in as little as two years through the accelerated format

Our classroom could be at your local community college

Many of our students are finishing a two-year program at a community college, so we bring our classroom to you. You can complete our Business Management program either on-campus at PCC Cascade or at Clackamas Community College or entirely online.

Degree breakdown

To graduate with a bachelor's degree, you must complete a total of 180 credits:

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  Quarter Credits
Major requirements 70
Marylhurst Core requirements 20 - 65
General electives 45 - 90
Total 180*

View the complete degree requirements for our BAS in Business Management.

Transfer credit is accepted

*Over 90 percent of Marylhurst students transfer in credits from other universities and community colleges to complete their business degree with us. Learn if you have prior college credit that can transfer into the B.A.S. in Business Management program with a free transfer evaluation from our Office of Admissions. Simply request information and one of our counselors will contact you:

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