Southeast Community College

Students who complete the Energy Generation Operations program at Southeast Community College can transfer those credits to Bismarck (N.D.) State College toward completion of a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Energy Management degree.

SCC students who earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Energy Generation Operations will be admitted to BSC with junior standing.  Students who transfer credits to BSC will be required to complete a minimum of 30 to a maximum of 60 semester hours at Bismarck State College. Upon successful completion of the remainder of college credit classes as outlined, the student will be awarded the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Energy Management.

SCC’s program offers a Nuclear focus, an Industrial Process Operations focus, and an Energy Generation Operations Military focus, all of which were designed to provide specialized instruction in each focus area.

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Energy Management is designed for individuals interested in supervisory and management positions in the energy industry. The BAS builds on energy related foundations developed in previously completed energy education programs and includes General Education classes, Management courses and Energy Management courses. This program is offered entirely online, allowing students to access classes around their work schedule.

The BAS was developed in response to the nation's ever-increasing demand for energy and the growing need for highly trained energy workers who seek advancement in their careers. The energy industry is encouraging continued education for the Diploma, Certificate, or Associate Degree graduates to fill the many positions soon to be vacated by a large number of retirees. This program will enable students to acquire the management skills and knowledge to develop fulfilling careers and to maximize their potential for attaining advanced-level, leadership positions in the energy industry.

For more information contact:
bsc.energy@bismarckstate.edu
701-224-5651 • 800-852-5685