Division of Allied Health Sciences
Bachelor of Applied Science
The purpose of the Bachelor of Applied Science is to provide students who have completed an Associate of Applied Science a pathway for completion of the baccalaureate degree. In addition, there are four proposed tracks that will allow students to do further study in an area, which will better prepare students for the work environment. In addition, students with a technical background may choose this degree as they can complete the first two years at a community College and transfer into this degree completion program. A student must have completed a two year Associate of Applied Science degree to be eligible for this degree completion program. The curriculum consists of 120 credit hours.
- 30 credits of B.A.S. classes – 18 of these credits are required, the rest are to be taken in one of the following tracks:
- 3 - 10 credit hours of additional electives, for a minimum of 120 total hours
The B.A.S. degree is appropriate for those students seeking to further their career by finishing a baccalaureate degree. Most of these students will be in technical fields where the path ahead in their careers requires completion of a baccalaureate degree. Please see a professional Health Science advisor for complete curricular mapping of each concentration.