[BLC] BAS policy question

Cooley, Jesse Jesse.Cooley at seattlecolleges.edu
Mon Oct 1 08:48:47 PDT 2018

Hi Lenaya,

At North Seattle College we allow students to use any past 100/200 level course and credits to satisfy their electives category. We have some "required" electives for certain BAS degrees, but all of our BAS degrees have a certain amount of elective credits that can be satisfied by any past college level courses.

I hope this is helpful, please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you,

Jesse Cooley
Director - BAS Programs
Workforce Instruction Division
North Seattle College
9600 College Way North
Seattle, WA 98103-3599
Phone: (206) 934-6131
Fax: (206) 934-3735

From: BAS <bas-bounces at lists.ctc.edu> On Behalf Of Hogan, Lenaya
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2018 12:55 PM
To: Bachelor of Applied Science Directors and Coordinators <bas at lists.ctc.edu>; Baccalaureate Leadership Council <blc at lists.ctc.edu>
Subject: [Bas] BAS policy question

Hello all,
I have a situational question for everyone.  As far as I can tell, there is no set policy on this (please let me know if there is and I am missing it!).
I hypothetically have a student with an AAS degree in applied management plus 10 extra credits from a cosmetology program that she tried. Let's say she has 100 credits total.

The BAS degree is 90 credits, however, this student has already taken both sciences.  Since they do not have to retake these two classes, they only have 80 required credits in their BAS program.
Can the addition 10 credits from the cosmetology program be used to hit the 180 credit mark?  Are there any restrictions on which classes we fill those spaces with or can a student use any elective credits (if she didn't have the additional cosmetology credits)?

I would love some clarification around this.  Please feel free to contact me directly if you need more clarification.

Thank you,

Lenaya Hogan Ph.D.
BAS Programs Coordinator
Spokane Falls Community College
Bldg. 30-248 MS~3175
Phone: 509-533-3522

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