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Bachelor of Applied Science Programs

Bachelor of Applied Science

Earn a professional-technical bachelor’s degree through practical on-the-job experience gained through a supervised cooperative, practicum, internship, or clinical study. Students can work toward their bachelor’s degree in the following
concentrations while attending the Coeur d’Alene Center.

Accounting Assistant

Administrative Medical Assistant

Early Childhood Development

Medical Assistant

Paralegal

Other degrees offered that do not have plans created, but are available as well include: 

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Auto Mechanics Technology
  • CNC Machining Technology
  • Collision Repair Technology
  • Diesel Technology
  • Engineering Technology
  • Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology
  • Industrial Maintenance & Millwright Technology
  • Information Technology
  • Industrial Electronics Technology
  • Web Development
  • Welding Technology

Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Technology

For those students who have an AAS that is not listed, they can still earn their bachelor’s degree in Applied Technology as long as they have an AAS degree by time of their graduation.  Students with a professional-technical AAS degree can earn credit while they work making it easier than ever to achieve their goals! Those who have a background in everything from Aerospace Technology to Welding to the Culinary Arts can earn their degree while they continue to work doing what they love. This degree encourages students to grow within management and leadership skills to prepare them for promotion and increased responsibility within the workplace.

Applied Technology