The College of Science, Technology, and Health offers a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Program with two emphasis areas. This program delivers innovative and quality science, public health, and management education for students who have previously earned an Associate of Applied Science degree from regionally accredited community or technical colleges to enhance their career and professional opportunities. The BAS program can be completed 100% online or using a combination of in-person and online courses, so students can remain in the workforce and take classes that suit their personal and professional schedules.
What is the Value of a Bachelor of Applied Science
Earning a Bachelor of Applied Science gives you the means to advance in your current field and secure better opportunities within leadership and administration. If you already have an Associate of Applied Science, this program will provide you the tools and credentials to advance within your industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals who hold a bachelor’s degree earn over 30 percent more than people with an associate’s degree, and have a lower unemployment rate.
- Two tracks.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) has two different paths students can choose from:
Online, in-person and hybrid learning options offered in 4-week (summer), 8-week, and 16-week formats.
You and your academic advisor work together to develop a plan of study for your upper division requirements that suits your schedule.
Depending upon how many credits you will transfer in, you have room for personalized, customizable coursework based on your interests.
How to Get Started
Learn more about the BAS program by requesting more information or completing our free, online application today! Our faculty, advisors and admissions team stand ready to develop an education plan that meets your career goals.