Bachelor of Applied Science - Applied Management
Online LearningSpokane Falls Community College
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SFCC’s Bachelor of Applied Management (BASAM) is a two-year online degree that can be added on top of any existing associate degree. This program is ideal for individuals who would like to further their education and career advancement options in business.
The BASAM program prepares students to enter their respective career fields with a bachelor's degree that provides the managerial knowledge and expertise to meet industry demand in areas such as health care, entrepreneurship, manufacturing, and fitness.
You and your advisor will use this program map as a starting point in creating your own personal education plan, customized to your needs. We meet you where you are and help you reach your goals.
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Total Credits: 90
You and your advisor will use the Program Map located on this page to create a personal education plan customized to your interests and goals, your start quarter, full- or part-time status, any prior credits you have, and the classes available each quarter.
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Brent Booth joined Spokane Falls Community college in 2007. He teaches a variety of courses in the Business Management department. He also serves as a student faculty advisor. Prior to joining SFCC, he gained multiple years of business experience working for a variety of companies ranging from small businesses to corporations. Brent holds a bachelor’s degree from Washington State University, a master’s degree from The University of Montana, and a Ph.D. from Northcentral University. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf.
Jackie Franklin teaches Principles of Accounting, Payroll and Business Taxes, QuickBooks, Excel for Accountants and Fundamentals of Bookkeeping. She worked in public accounting and private industry prior to her teaching career.
Stephanie Freeman I have been teaching at SFCC since 2010. I earned my bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration from Gonzaga University and my master’s in teaching from Whitworth University. I have worked for both corporate and small businesses and have also taught for the School of Business at Gonzaga University. In my classes, I integrate the valuable business experiences I have gained to make connections to the course material. I love teaching a range of business subjects, helping students see how skills weave throughout all areas of business, and watching our graduates go on to work in a wide variety of industries.
Khalil Islam-Zwart has worked in higher education for over 20 years in student affairs, academic advising and retention, and teaching (since 2005). Khalil joined the SFCC faculty in 2009.
Khalil earned a BA and a master of public administration from Eastern Washington University and studied organizational and intercultural communication at WSU. In addition, he has been a fellow with the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication since 2001 and is active in a number of professional and civic organizations in the Spokane area.
I have been teaching Accounting at the Falls since 2018 after 35 years of working at large corporations. I started my career as an accountant but most of my experience is in finance and general management. I have a bachelors’ degree in accounting from the University of Notre Dame and a masters’ degree in finance from Northwestern University.
My teaching philosophy is to demonstrate how a knowledge of accounting is relevant to students regardless of career choice. I relate the topics we cover to business issues faced by organizations of different sizes and in a wide range of industries to increase student interest and curiosity. I strive to create an active learning environment where class activities are the cornerstone of learning and class attendance leads to a strong understanding of the material and the development of critical thinking skills.
Nancy has a PhD in Philosophy with an emphasis in Communication, Psychology, & Education, MA in Organizational Communications from WSU. She was once the co-chair for a Strut Your Mutt Fundraiser. She lives in Colorado and teaches online classes.
Ryan Simmons earned his PhD in American literature in 1999 from Washington State University. He teaches composition, technical writing, and American literature, including courses on multicultural American literature and African American literature. He is interested in the author Charles Chesnutt (about whom he published a book, Chesnutt and Realism) and in the influence of fiction on American civil rights movements. He previously taught at Gonzaga University and Utah Valley University.
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