Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.)
Individuals who begin careers in technical fields often seek to further their education for advancement and promotion by completing a four-year bachelor's degree. The BAAS program is designed to transition students from an Associate of Applied Arts or an Associate of Applied Science degree to a bachelor's degree using courses that provide knowledge and skills designed to enhance marketability and leadership potential.
The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree consists of
- General Education 33 credit hours
- Career Field/Occupation 30-39 credit hours
- Professional Development 34 credit hours
- Electives 12-21 credit hours
- UNIV 111 2 credit hours
COMM111, ENGL 121, and General Education Math are prerequisites.
Transferred from associate's degree. The number of credits may vary depending on the number of credits transferring in.
Electives to reach 120 total hours and 36 upper-division hours. The number of credits may vary depending on the number of credits transferring in.