Administrative Management, Homeland Security/Emergency & Technology Management (BAS)
Integrative Studies (BS)
Liberal Studies (BA)
Registered Dental Hygiene-BSDH Completion (BS)
RN to BSN (BSN)
Supply Chain Management (BBA)
Master of Archival Studies (MAS)
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree was designed for the student interested in the business profession who attended technical college and earned the Associate of Applied Science (AAS), the Associate of Applied Technology (AAT), or other career associate degrees. Students who have earned career associate degrees at Clayton State University or at other regionally accredited institutions can bridge smoothly into the BAS program with little or no loss of credit. To complete the BAS at Clayton State, students will take additional general education classes and advanced courses appropriate to their fields and career interests. The BAS can be earned in four semesters of full time study, or students can attend part-time.
Distance Learning Students earn the BAS degree by taking only 100% online classes. Students may complete the core classes by using eCore classes or 100% online courses offered by the university. Main campus students earn the BAS degree by taking a combination of traditional, partial online, and 100% online classes.
The majors in the BAS program prepare graduates to move into supervisory positions in corporate settings, retail establishments, manufacturing plants, and other business environments. Course samplings include Supervision for the Workplace, Quality Issues in Technology, Ethics for Managers, Human Resource Management, Applied Accounting, Legal Issues, and others.
Choices of Major and Concentration
Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) majors have several choices:
Administrative Management Major
Applied Criminal Justice
Homeland Security/Emergency Management
Technology Management Major
Click here for a list of fully online courses. Use the filter for Completely Online Classes.
Administrative Management Organizational Leadership
Administrative Management Homeland Security
Administrative Management Applied Criminal Justice
Technology Management Aviation Administration
Technology Management Computer Networking
Technology Management Project Supervision
For more information on qualifying for the BAS degree, visit the department website at:
Administrative or Technology Management-Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)