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Grays Harbor College Bachelor in Organizational Management
Grays Harbor College

Bachelor in Organizational Management

Aberdeen, USA

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Sep 2023

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Introduction

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Management (BAS-OM) is an additional two years of full-time study after an earned associate's degree. The BAS-OM program is designed for working adults and offers classes on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 9:30 pm.

Admission into the BAS-OM program is merit-based. Meeting the minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission, as the number of qualified applicants may exceed the number of enrollment spaces.

To be placed into the admissions pool, applicants must complete and submit the following:

All BAS-OM application materials;

Transcripts showing evidence of an earned associate degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.

Prerequisites: Applicants must have a grade of 2.0 or higher in the following courses before the program start:

ENGL& 101 English Composition I

MATH& 146 Introduction to Statistics

Natural Science w/ lab (5 credits)

SPCH 101 Fundamentals of Speech

ACCT& 201 Principles of Accounting I.

Degree Required Courses: Degree required courses are not a prerequisite to the program; they are required to earn your bachelor's degree. Some degree required courses may be prerequisites to upper-division courses. Students are encouraged to complete these courses in their associate's degree if possible. Courses must be completed with a grade of at least 2.0.

Natural Science (5 credits)

Humanities (5 credits)

5 credits of General Education Coursework.

The BASOM degree applies to several local employers throughout the for-profit, non-profit, and private industry sectors. The organizational management focus has been developed after extensive communications with our community stakeholders, and the program was built to suit local employers' needs.

Grays Harbor and Pacific counties are poised for growth. According to an Economic Modeling Systems International forecast, this region will see job growth of 28,401 new and replacement positions requiring a baccalaureate education between 2010 and 2020. The fastest-growing industry sector in the South Sound and Coastal region is the professional and business services area at 26%. The second fastest-growing occupation cluster in the region is management, business, and financial at 14%. These openings create the regional need for this applied degree to mould to fit local niche employment markets.

The BASOM degree applies to several local employers throughout the for-profit, non-profit, and private industry sectors. The organizational management focus has been developed after extensive communications with our community stakeholders, and the program was built to suit local employers' needs.

The BAS-OM Student Learning Outcomes are based on local employers' needs and were identified through a survey process. They represent the knowledge and abilities every student graduating with a BAS-OM degree from GHC will have. Students who finish a BAS degree in Organizational Management will be able to:

Communicate:

Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively and use the language, tools, concepts, and management models applicable to the professional/technical discipline.

Utilize current systems of communications: written, oral, and digital.

Think Critically:

Demonstrate the ability to apply critical thinking and knowledge in a field-specific context related to the job. Gathering, analyzing, and interpreting to make informed, reasoned, equitable decisions.

Prepare and complete cost control processes, including the ability to establish a budget, prepare cost reports, and forecast expenditures, as well as analyze quantitative data.

Lead:

Utilize the leadership theories and skills needed to bring a group together for a common goal.

Develop the specific knowledge and skills to supervise, develop, and apply human resource systems for employment, compensation, and training.

Innovate:

Employ new and developing information technologies.

Originate multiple approaches to problems with complex and competing priorities.

Understand:

Propose and design community and business solutions that address diverse perspectives.

Develop and articulate a statement of values or code of ethics.

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