Eastern Arizona College
ASU Degrees Offered at Eastern Arizona College Thatcher Campus
Earn an ASU bachelor’s degree without leaving Thatcher, Safford, or surrounding areas!
Arizona State University and Eastern Arizona College have established a partnership that will allow you to complete your associate degree at EAC and then pursue your ASU bachelor’s degree through classes delivered on the EAC Thatcher campus.
Choose your degree
Available fall 2013
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Organizational Studies (BIS)
This degree program is ideal for helping to advance your career in business, government, nonprofit, health care or service industries. You will gain valuable knowledge about management styles, communication strategies, technologies, diversity, ethics and politics in organizations. Students with an AA, AB, AS, AGS or ABus are encouraged to explore this option. It is highly recommended that students complete the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) prior to applying for the BIS. Students will complete up to 75 credit hours at EAC, then finish their bachelor’s degree with 45 ASU credits.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
This program (known as the RN-BSN) is open to students who already possess an associate degree in nursing, have passed the NCLEX-RN exam and have obtained licensure as a registered nurse in Arizona. Students currently enrolled in blocks 3 or 4 at EAC may also apply to this program and take their baccalaureate course work concurrently with their ADN course work. The program builds on the knowledge and skills learned in the associate program. The course assignments will enhance your written and verbal communication skills, clinical reasoning skills and information technology skills. Students will complete up to 75 credit hours at EAC, then finish their bachelor’s degree with 45 ASU credits.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Operations Management (BAS)
If you have earned an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, especially in a technical field of study, such as computers or technology, then this program may be a great fit for you. This degree will help you advance your career in manufacturing, industry, public service or other service organizations. It will provide you with the necessary skills to become a successful manager or supervisor, including how to effectively use resources to accomplish unit goals, hire qualified employees, develop and motivate a workforce, organize jobs and projects, and create a safe work environment. Students will complete up to 75 credit hours at EAC, then finish their bachelor’s degree with 45 ASU credits.
Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS)
Students will gain knowledge that will help them become more successful decision makers, leaders, and creative and critical thinkers. This a great program for students interested in multiple subjects and who want to explore interests from different perspectives. Students will complete up to 75 credit hours at EAC, then finish their bachelor’s degree with 45 ASU credits.
If you have been admitted to an ASU program at EAC, please view a list of next steps to complete your enrollment.
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