Get Started on a BAS in IT-Networking
If you have completed an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Networking Design & Administration or an associate degree in related fields and taken prerequisite classes, then you can advance your education with a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Information Technology-Networking in just two more years. Currently, we only admit students into the program once a year for a Fall Quarter start. Here’s how to get started.
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 and a minimum GPA of 2.5 for related IT Networking coursework.
- Have completed an AAS or AAS-T in Networking, or have completed coursework listed on page 6 of the application.
- Prior to acceptance into the BAS-ITN, applicants will have completed the following coursework: NET 120 Networking Introduction, NET 142 Cisco I, NET 144 Cisco II, NET 146 Cisco III, Unix and Security (15 credits) such as: ITC 136 or ITC 151
- We recommend that you complete 30 General Education classes prior to the BAS in IT-Networking program. Specifically, we recommend you take 10 credits of English (ENGL& 101 and ENGL& 102); 5 credits of VLPA (HUM 105); 5 credits of QSR (MATH& 146); 5 credits of ICS (PSYC& 100); and 5 credits of NW.
- In addition to general education, students who lack business/management skills will be advised to consider enrolling in any of our Business Technology Management courses.
Steps to Enroll
- Contact us at 206.934.3150 or ITPrograms.Central@seattlecolleges.edu to more about the program and to discuss your eligibility.
- Complete the 5-Step Enrollment Process for Seattle Central College, which includes placement testing, transcript evaluation and identifying funding resources.
- Complete the Bachelor of Applied Science in IT-Networking application packet (pdf), which includes paying the application fee and attaching a resume, personal statement and letter of recommendation.