LWTech’s Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Applied Management – Entrepreneurship is an online program that prepares graduates to be small business owners or independent contractors/consultants. Graduates will also prepare to work as managers in technical fields related to their associate’s degrees. They will also be ready to pursue graduate education at the Master’s level in related business management majors.
As part of LWTech's School of Business, BAS in Applied Management – Entrepreneurship degree is designed for students who have received their applied associate’s degree in a professional-technical discipline, and are seeking to advance or change their careers. The program provides the skills and training needed to become good managers, entrepreneurs, and/or small business owners. The degree also prepares students to successfully manage a business or venture out on their own as a contractor/consultant.
Courses in BAS in Applied Management – Entrepreneurship use LWTech’s well known applied learning approach. This in combination with 100% online course delivery. During their program studies, students will develop a business plan. This can be based on their unique interests and business ideas. They will complete a related capstone project in their final year, giving them hands-on real world experience. Students will complete the program with a plan for a self-directed career and future. Graduates of the program will have the tools and skill set to become successful small business owners and entrepreneurs.
All BAS in Applied Management – Entrepreneurship students will graduate with the:
All classes in the BAS-AME program are offered online only. Lake Washington Institute of Technology does not offer every course each quarter. It is the student's responsibility to consult the Class Schedule and work out an individual schedule with an advisor or counselor. Any developmental coursework a student might be required to complete may increase the program length.
There are several Master’s degree-level paths that graduates of the Applied Management-Entrepreneurship program have upon completion. WGU offers Master’s degrees in the Business field. They accept all Washington BAS degree graduates via a statewide transfer (articulation) agreement. Northeastern University has a transfer agreement for all LWTech BAS degrees to be accepted into all their Master’s degrees offered through their College of Professional studies. Their degree programs include Business and Leadership options. Northeastern University has a Seattle campus, as well as online programs. UW Bothell’s Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) program accepts all LWTech’s applied bachelor’s degrees. UW’s business management degrees include optional emphasis on Leadership and Technology.
Admission to the program is streamlined so future entrepreneurs can be admitted to the program with their professional-technical and academic coursework required for their applied associate’s degree.
At LWTech, we welcome all students as an open enrollment college and we are committed to your inclusion at the college.
The BAS-AME program of study leads to an individualized degree in entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs typically work for themselves and are less effected by routine background checks that might disqualify them from work opportunities. However, you should be aware, that if you do have certain types of justice involved convictions and you choose to work outside of the area of entrepreneurship, for example, such as in the area of finance, personal or corporate—you may be subject to a background check and it could affect your employment options.
Different businesses require background checks—often at their discretion; however, typically finance related jobs require significant background checks concerning both credit and justice involved convictions.
Please know LWTech is committed to your inclusion at the college and you can talk with an advisor about the BAS Entrepreneurship program and other alternative options that may be less effected by background checks allowing you to succeed and prosper.
Accepted students who have not passed BUS& 101 and ACCT& 201 with a 2.0 grade or better should take those courses before starting the BAS AM-E program.
Admission available Spring and Fall quarters on a space available basis.
March 15, 2021
To apply for the BAS degree, you must create a Self Service Center account. You may preview the BAS application by downloading a PDF of the first page.
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