The Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy, Manufacturing and Trades Management (BAS-EMTM) is designed for Associate of Applied Science degree-holding students seeking to advance their professional qualifications.
Graduates of the program will have a broader understanding of the managerial roles in energy, manufacturing and trades industries and will bring that understanding to their advancing roles in their places of employment. Graduates will be prepared to assume advanced responsibilities in leadership and management.
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When will the Bachelor's Degrees be offered at Lone Star College?
Applications will be available beginning February 3, 2020 and registration for classes will open along with all other Lone Star College Fall 2020 classes on April 3, 2020. Apply Now
When can I apply?
Applications will be available beginning February 2020
Do I have to compete to get in?
The BAS in Energy, Manufacturing & Trades will have minimum criteria, including completing an AAS in a related field, but students will be accepted first come, first served until the classes fill.
How can I get more information about the bachelor's programs offered?
Any Lone Star College advisor can assist with questions and how to get started.
How is financial aid being handled? After 90 credit hours completed?
Lone Star College will begin the process of applying for financial aid eligibility for the bachelor degree programs now that we have SACSCOC approval. We cannot confirm that financial aid will be available for the Fall 2020 start, but will keep students updated on the process. Once LSC is approved for financial aid for these 3 programs, students will be eligible for Financial Aid under the rules for any bachelor's degree. The 150% rule which caps at 90 SCH for an associate degree becomes 180 SCH when a student is pursuing a bachelor's degree.
When does this programs begin and at which campus?
This program will be starting its first cohort of students at LSC-North Harris and LSC-University Park in Fall 2020.
In what format will the classes be taught (ONLINE, etc.)
All programs will be taught in 8-week terms so students can take only 2 classes at a time and finish their bachelor’s in 2 years. Primary delivery for courses will be hybrid, combining face to face class time, often in the evenings, with online work to accommodate the working student.
Are there prerequisites before being eligible to apply?
For BAS in Energy, Manufacturing, and Trades Management, please see below a list of pre-approved, affiliated Associate of Applied Science Degree Programs that could lead into the BAS degree. Other AAS degrees may be considered upon request. Students must have earned a related AAS prior to starting the applied bachelor degree programs.
BAS in Energy, Manufacturing, and Trades Management:
Are there general education or Core courses to complete the BAS degree that could be taken ahead of time?
Core completion for the BAS is built into the 2-year plan for the degree and not required prior to entry. However, students may choose to take Core courses ahead of time.
What classes do I need to take once accepted into the program?
Prerequisite: Program admission; Completion of qualifying AAS and approved transfer credit (60 credit hours).
Total Credit Hours Required for Degree: 120
Semester 1 Credits / Units: 16
Semester 2 Credits / Units: 13
Semester 3 Credits / Units: 16
Semester 4 Credits / Units: 15
Do you offer other programs related to Energy, Manufacturing, and Trades Management?
Yes, we offer several associate degrees and certifications in the Energy, Manufacturing & Construction field.
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