Bachelor degrees at PCC
Looking for career advancement? Would a bachelor’s degree help you? Do you currently hold an associate degree in a health career pathway with the accompanying health professional credential?
If so, PCC has several health care bachelor degree options for you.
Approved by the State of Colorado and the Higher Learning Commission, PCC offers Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees. BAS/BSN degrees are designed for those who have earned an Associate of Applied Science or equivalent college-level credits – and the accompanying credential – and want additional education to move into leadership, education or specialized positions.
Keep your credits
Most AAS degrees are not transferable to four-year universities. The BAS/BSN option at PCC allows an AAS graduate to apply all of their AAS health degree credits earned at PCC towards their BAS/BSN.
Graduates who did not complete their AAS with PCC can still transfer most of the credits already earned. Transcripts will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Affordable and flexible
PCC’s BAS/BSN programs are tailored to meet the working professional’s needs. The majority of the curriculum is offered in an online format. There are a few programs that have an internship requirement; however, each program will work with the student for placement in or near their hometown.
Dental Hygiene – Online
Radiologic Technology – Online with Clinical time done near location
Nursing – Online with Clinical time done near location
Respiratory Therapy - Online
Advanced Paramedic Practitioner - Online
Secure Software Development - Day, Evening, Online, Hybrid and Distance Learning
Explore what the bachelor degree programs at PCC can do to broaden your career opportunities and help improve your chances for promotion to higher-level positions. According to a 2018 U.S. Census Bureau report, a college degree is an integral part of financial success: Those with four-year degrees, no matter the career field, earn about $2.1 million over their lifetime, while those with only a high school diploma earn an average of $1.2 million.