Enrollment in the BAS IT-Networking program has been temporarily suspended. Please revisit this Web page for future updates.

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.

Eligibility Requirements

  • 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

  1. Attend an Information Technology Information Session or contact the department for more information (optional).
  2. Contact us at 206.934.3150 or ITPrograms.Central@seattlecolleges.edu to learn more about the program and to discuss your eligibility.
  3. Complete the 5-Step Enrollment Process for Seattle Central College, which includes placement testing, transcript evaluation and identifying funding resources.
  4. Complete the Bachelor of Applied Science in IT-Networking application, which includes paying the application fee and attaching a resume, personal statement and letter of recommendation.