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Bachelor's Degree Programs

Mt. San Antonio College has partnered with several universities to provide bachelor's degrees that are conveniently held on the Mt. SAC campus.

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Bachelor's in Aviation Management
The Aviation Management Bachelor of Science degree program from Southern Illinois University is designed to build upon technical training in aviation maintenance, flight, avionics technology, air traffic control, aircraft operations support and other aviation-related technical fields. It is ideal for people with aviation-related work experience or technical training in a wide variety of backgrounds
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Bachelor's in Business Administration
The University of La Verne’s onsite partnership at Mt. SAC provides business students the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Mt. SAC in a seamless transition from the community college level to the university level, all while never leaving Mt. SAC. For most students, the program will require an additional 44 units to obtain the degree.
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Bachelor's in Health Care Management
Southern Illinois University's Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management is offered to Mt. SAC's Respiratory Therapy and Radiologic Sciences program graduates in an online format with an internship component at a local health care facility. SIU will accept the Mt. SAC AS Degree in Respiratory Therapy or the Mt. SAC AS Degree in Radiologic Technology for transfer credit, and the remaining 60 units will be completed with SIU in as little as 4 semesters. This degree pathway also leads to an online Health Administration Master's Degree.

 

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Bachelor's in Nursing (RN to BSN)
The Mount Saint Mary's University RN to BSN program will be offered on the Mt. SAC campus for graduates of Mt. SAC's Associate Degree in Nursing program. The RN to BSN program consists of three continuous semesters of full-time study to complete 22 units of required upper division nursing and 9 units of required General Studies (31 total units to be taken with MSMU).
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Bachelor's in Radiologic Sciences
EDUCATION AND MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION
Southern Illinois University's Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences: Education and Management is offered to Mt. SAC Radiologic Technology Students in an online format. SIU will accept the Mt. SAC AS Degree in Radiologic Technology for transfer credit, and the remaining 45 units will be completed with SIU in as little as 3 semesters.