The Bachelor of Applied Science in industrial technology allows persons who have worked in industry for a period of time to enhance their career potential by utilizing their community college education and on-the-job experience to earn a baccalaureate degree after taking upper-division coursework. The goal of the program is to provide students with technical skills and knowledge to function as professionals within the industrial environment.
Admission Requirements: Prior to being admitted the student entering the Bachelor of Applied Science Industrial Technology program will have:
an appropriate and approved associate degree as issued by a Washington State Community College;
taken at least 20 credits of general education basic skills courses
completed prerequisites for the program;
taken course equivalencies to IET 160, BUS 221, and EET 221/EET 221LAB;
completed 2000 hours of recent, documented work experience in an industrial technology related job and approved by the department chair.