Interested in earning your BAS at YVC?
YVC’s Bachelor of Applied Science programs are designed for students who have earned an applied associate’s degree and need a pathway to an applied bachelor’s degree. This pathway combines lower-division technical and transfer courses with upper-division credits, resulting in an application-oriented, four-year degree.
Increase your future career opportunities with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from Yakima Valley College. Our flexible programs accommodate working adults and help you develop valuable professional skills. Join us to learn more about programs available to you on the following dates below:
- Thursday, February 10 online using one of the below links. The first session will be at 12:30 pm and a second session will be at 5:30 pm.
- Wednesday, February 16 online using one of the below links. The first session will be at 12:30 pm and a second session will be at 5:30 pm.
Many of these programs have applications open or are opening soon!
The BAS Teacher Education (BAS-TE) degree program offers multiple pathways leading to teacher certification in K-8 Schools with optional endorsements for English Language Learner and Early Childhood Education applications are currently open for fall 2022 entry until April 4, 2022.
The Bachelor of Applied Science Business Management (BASM) program is designed for students who have earned an applied associate’s degree and seek a pathway to an application-oriented four-year degree and accepts applications from March 1 – May 31.
The new Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Agricultural Sciences (BASAG) at YVC is designed for prospective students who have earned an associate’s degree and seek a pathway to a bachelor’s degree. The BASAG application period is open annually from March 1 – May 31.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology Networking – System Administration (BASIT) program accepts applications throughout the year with deadlines for each quarter posted on their page.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene (BASDH) program accepts applications open for applications on November 1 and ends the first Friday in February.
The Bachelor of Applied Science BAS-DH Bridge Program provides a shortened pathway for previous AAS-Dental Hygiene graduates to earn a Bachelors of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene and accepts applications throughout the year with deadlines for each quarter posted on their page.
For more information on the various BAS programs, visit the pages listed above or call 509.834.4522.