Bachelor of Science in Career and Technical Studies
California State University-Sacramento
The Sacramento location of California State University offers students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Career and Technical Studies through an innovative and flexible online format. The online learning environment is designed to meet the educational needs of busy professionals seeking to advance in current careers or enter new fields. The B.S. in Career and Technical Studies (CTS) program may also provide successful graduates the foundation to further their education at a Masters level.
The CTS program intends to prepare students to enter the competitive job market with traditional business and liberal arts skills necessary to build on previous experiences as para-professionals or skilled tradesmen. The curriculum is comprised of core courses, building on varied disciplines to ensure a student’s depth of understanding. Students earning the advanced education may use the program to maintain an obtained role, or as the needed skill set to succeed into higher level positions. Employers may possibly be seeking new employees able to contribute real-world experiences with formal academic backgrounds when critically assessing new business plans.
The broad area of study in the CTS program may enable graduates to apply the learned academics to careers including: public and private school teachers, trainers and facilitators, career counselors, human resource recruiters, administrators, managers, small business owners, entrepreneurs and business consultants. Graduates may benefit from earning the online degree by establishing academic credibility in their professional status.
Degree Level: Bachelor
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission
The first graduation--in 1948--at California State University, Sacramento awarded a single degree. Since that date, more than 200,000 students have earned degrees at Sacramento State. Founded in 1947, the University first shared facilities with a junior college, then moved to its own campus in 1949, and finally relocated to a permanent home along the American River in 1959.
Today, the public, 4-year institution retains the official California State University, Sacramento title, but promotes the use of Sacramento State, or Sac State. Students at Sacramento State can pursue bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees. To date, the University offers undergraduate majors and master’s programs, along with post-baccalaureate certificates and doctorate degrees. Non-traditional programs, including distance education degrees and coursework, at Sacramento State are housed in the College of Continuing Education. Students can participate in online, on-campus, evening/weekend, and hybrid learning environments.
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