The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology & Administrative Management
Your two-year “non-transferable” associate degree is your pathway to the BAS-ITAM major!
This program accepts ANY applied/technical degree and complements the skills learned in the associate degree with the management/soft skills classes to help you become a leader in your knowledge area.
Professional programs like accounting, medical assistance, network security, criminal justice, welding & fabrication (to name a few) will expand their career opportunities by learning how to manage people, projects, and information.
With five targeted specializations, you gain the management skills most appropriate to your career path.
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Ways to Learn
Hybrid at CWU Centers
Do I qualify for the BAS-ITAM program?
Applicants must meet the following requirements to be accepted into this program:
- A completed applied or technical degree
- At least 40 credits in an applied area
- Be accepted and matriculated at CWU
If you are ready to get started with the Bachelor of Applied Science, here are your next steps:
- First, apply and receive your acceptance to CWU:
- Once you are accepted to CWU, declare your major:
Once we've received and processed your application, one of our academic advisors will be in contact to get you started and ready to begin your degree in ITAM.
ITAM minors make a major difference.
ITAM also offers nine different minors and certificate programs, some of which can be completed online and some which are only available on the Ellensburg Campus. It is possible to both major and minor in ITAM, enhancing your professional credentials. Ask your ITAM advisor for more information.
You can apply to ITAM today!
For students meeting the above entrance requirements, we encourage you to apply for your ITAM program early. Once enrolled in our program you will begin working with a knowledgeable ITAM advisor to design your academic course of study at CWU and make sure you are fulfilling all of the requirements for successful degree completion.