Edmonds College currently offers four Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degrees and has more coming soon! Compared to other four-year degrees, BAS degrees are more career-focused, have more hands-on training, build more on work experience, and are more affordable.
Our BAS programs are also designed to be convenient for working adults. Classes are held in a hybrid online/in-person format and often meet in the evenings and on weekends.
Applicants to BAS programs must have an Associate in Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) or equivalent degree. You can earn your associate degree at Edmonds College or transfer from another school. Once you graduate from one of our BAS programs, you'll be eligible to apply to related master's degrees.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Engineering Technology (BAS-AMMET) program focuses on hands-on learning, taught by faculty with industry experience, providing students with knowledge and skills for positions in the world’s growing global manufacturing economy. Students will learn manufacturing processes, additive manufacturing, automation, product design, control systems, materials characterization, and much more.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree in Child, Youth, and Family Studies at Edmonds College provides advanced knowledge and skills for professional positions in educational settings for young children and social services programs for youth and families. This degree is unique in its interdisciplinary model, emphasizing family systems, equity, and social justice.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology - Application Development (BAS-ITAD) program focuses on hands-on learning, taught by faculty with industry experience. The program prepares students for employment in the fast-growing IT industry after studying database models, mobile applications, cloud computing, machine learning, and much more.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree in Integrated Healthcare Management at Edmonds College provides advanced knowledge and skills in health care management, leadership and equity, health care systems and literacy, and much more. This degree is unique in its interdisciplinary model and focuses on applied skills that prepare graduates to make lasting changes in the healthcare field.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (BAS-ROBAI) program focuses on hands-on learning, taught by faculty with industry experience, providing students with knowledge and skills needed in the growing field of robotics. The interdisciplinary program covers basic software development and adds skills in mechatronics design, language and speech technology, AI applications for machine learning, and autonomous systems.