Trades Management -

Program Available:

  •  Trades Management BAS

 

The Trades Management degree is...

the perfect choice for working professionals who want to move into management in a technical field while staying in the workforce.  Offered both online and face-to-face, this bachelor's degree provides students with knowledge in accounting, business, management or entrepreneurial training to take your career to the next level.

This one of a kind program in the State of Montana provides...

Associate of Applied Science graduates the opportunity to complete their Bachelor of Applied Science in just two years of online classes.  With Northern's reasonable price tag and responsive faculty members, this program is a great option for any working professional looking to move up in their career.  This program is ideal for students who have an Associate of Applied Science in Plumbing, Electrical, Carpentry, Culinary Arts, Aircraft Maintenance, Automotive, or Diesel.

Trades Management opens...

doors for new students too.  New students looking to attend Northern for a technical degree can start their degree with two years of hands-on training on campus, and complete the Trades Management degree in the field at a distance.

 

Ideal Candidates

  • Are you interested in moving up in your career?
  • Do you have an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) from an accredited university?

If you answered yes to both of these questions, then you are an ideal candidate for our BAS in Trades Management! An ideal candidate for this program has completed an AAS degree in

  • plumbing,
  • electrical,
  • construction trades,
  • carpentry,
  • construction technology,
  • culinary arts,
  • electronics technology,
  • energy technology,
  • industrial machine technology,
  • machine tool technology,
  • metals technology,
  • sheet metal technology,
  • sustainable energy technology,
  • or welding technology

from any unit of the Montana University System, or from a Montana tribal college with a valid articulation agreement. A maximum of 60 earned credits (including 9 general education credits) will apply to this degree.

Faculty

Kevin Carlson
  Office: Great Falls COT B10-5
  Phone: (406) 771-4429

Laura Gomez
  Office:  Brockmann Center 210-E
  Phone:  (406) 265-4154

Jay Howland
  Office:  Brockmann Center 210-N
  Phone:  (406) 265-4186

Lanny Wilke
   Office: Brockmann Center 210-G
   Phone: (406) 265-4164

Barbara Zuck
   Office: Brockmann Center 210-C
   Phone: (406) 265-4175