The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Energy Management is designed for people employed in the energy industry who are interested in advancing their career as a supervisor or manager. Curriculum includes general education and energy management courses. Classes begin every eight weeks throughout the fall and spring semesters.
To enroll, a student must have completed an Associate in Applied Science degree, Certificate, or Diploma in an approved energy-related program from a regionally accredited institution. Previous college coursework, along with industry experience and/or military training, may be considered to determine eligibility.
All BSC courses use a Learning Management System (LMS) called Blackboard. Chromebooks, Chrome OS devices, iPads, and mobile devices (iOS, Android phones, tablets) do not allow students to satisfactorily access and complete course content.
Please refer to the Computer Specifications for BSC students.
Students who complete the curriculum requirements receive a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Energy Management.
The Bachelor of Applied Science was developed in response to the nation’s and the industry’s ever-increasing need for highly trained energy workers and for those seeking advancement in their careers. The energy industry is encouraging continued education for industry employees who want to be considered for the many supervisory and management positions soon to be vacated by a large number of retirees.
BSC’s National Energy Center of Excellence was designated as the National Power Plant Operations Technology and Education Center by U.S. Energy Secretary Samuel W. Bodman in 2007. This official designation recognizes BSC as the premier national center of education and training for operators and technicians in the energy industry.
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