Business, Applied Science, Economic, & Technology (BASET)
The Associate of Arts degree is for students who wish to transfer to a four year program of study at a college or university. A minimum of sixty-four credit hours may be earned in an acdemic program of study designed to meet general education and program requirements in Business Administration. This program provides a solid foundation for the transfer student pursuing a bachelor's degree in business administration or business education.
The Associate of Applied Science degree prepares students for employment following graduation. They offer practical introductions to the field of work; additionally students may transfer to the University of Arizona campuses for the Bachelor of Applied Science degree. A minimum of sixty-four academic credits must be earned in specified coursework. Associate of Applied Science degrees are awarded in these programs of study: Business Management and Office Administration.
The Certificate Program offers practical training for immediate employment. They do not require general education. The courses are not designed to transfer to an upper level program of study. This program (Office Technology) provides training for entry level office positions. It also offers a foundation for the Office Administration A.A.S. program.
In Computer Information Systems (CIS), students learn to develop and maintain systems that produce information for organizational planning. The coursework prepares students for admission to undergraduate programs in Computer Information Systems at a four year university and for a career in Computer Information Systems.
Meet The Instructors
Charles Coffey, Faculty
M.B.A., National University
Medhat, Farooque, Faculty
M.A., University of Dacca
Juanita Fraley, Faculty
M.B.A., Gonzaga University
King Mike, Jr., Faculty
M.B.A., University of Southern California
Division Chair & Contact
Gloria Price, Faculty
M.V.E., Northern Arizona University
Diné College: Business & Applied Science
1228 Yucca Street
Shiprock, NM 87420