Applied Business and Technology Bachelor's Degree
Applied Business and Technology Bachelor’s Degree
Combine your skill area of interest with the relevant management education necessary for rapid advancement with one of the top degree completion programs in Kansas.
In the online applied business and technology bachelor’s degree, you will take courses in management, accounting and marketing, as well as other critical elements of business. You can personalize your degree with an area of concentration in nearly any skill area outside of business.
This program includes a highly customizable area of concentration, allowing for a wide variety of courses to transfer. This makes it an ideal degree program if you are interested in transferring credits from a community college or technical school. You can also complete online courses in web development technology if you would like to complete the degree fully online.
*This estimate includes online tuition and associated college fees and is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ depending on your transfer hours, course choices and your academic progress. See more about tuition and financial aid.
New Tuition and Fees Structure for 2021-22 Academic Year
To better assist students with understanding the cost of attendance, K-State has simplified the tuition and fees structure for students enrolled in online programs.
This degree offers two different program tracks. The applied business track focuses on a thorough curriculum of business and math courses, with a smaller area of concentration. The technology management track allows for a larger area of concentration, greater flexibility in general education electives and maximizes transferability of non-business Associate of Applied Science degrees.
“I chose this degree because it gives me the best opportunity in the entrepreneurial path that I was searching for. With the curriculum variety that this degree offers, I am understanding essential concepts that are helping me become a competent manager that my subordinates can rely on."