Skagit Valley College
Since its founding in 1926, Skagit Valley College has been respected as a leader in providing access to quality higher education, thereby enhancing economic development, and encouraging cultural enrichment.
The bachelor of applied science degree in Environmental Conservation at Skagit Valley College builds on an existing AAS-T degree in Environmental Conservation or other comparable AAS-T degrees in natural resources. The degree adds upper division courses at the junior and senior level leading to a four-year baccalaureate degree. Students are primarily accepted to start during fall quarter.
Applied Baccalaureate Degrees
*The BASEC program schedule is designed to meet the needs of working adults, with one third of the curriculum offered online. Face-to-face classes meet at the Mount Vernon Campus.