Bismarck State College is approved by the Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative Program (AU-ABC) to provide bachelor of applied science (BAS) in energy management online program for Community College of the Air Force graduates.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Energy Management is designed for individuals interested in supervisory and management positions in the energy industry. The BAS builds on energy related foundations developed in previously completed energy education programs and includes General Education classes, Management courses and Energy Management courses.
This program is offered entirely online, allowing students to access classes around their work schedule. To enroll in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Management, a student must have completed an Associate Degree, Certificate, or Diploma in an accredited and approved program in an energy related field.
CCAF graduates from the following AAS degree programs will be eligible to begin the BAS in Energy Management at BSC:
- Aviation Maintenance Technology - Bioenvironmental Engineering Technology - Computer Science Technology - Construction Technology - Contracts Management - Electronic Systems Technology - Emergency Management - Entomology (formerly Environmental Systems Technology) - Explosive Ordnance Disposal - Financial Management - Fire Science - Human Resource Management - Information Management - Information Systems Technology - Instructor of Technology & Military Science - Logistics - Maintenance Production Management - Mechanical & Electrical Technology - Metals Technology - Missile & Space Systems Maintenance - Munitions Systems Technology - Nondestructive Testing Technology - Safety - Transportation - Vehicle Maintenance - Weather Technology
120 Total Credits Required for the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree (60 CCAF Transfer Credits, 60 Credits taken from Institution). View degree program requirements.