If you have an associates degree in Applied Arts & Sciences or technical or vocational courses from an accredited community or technical college, then the Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences (BAAS) may be the degree for you.
APPLIED ARTS & SCIENCES
Degree Plan Options
Computer Information Systems
Digital Gaming and Simulation
Legal Assistance and Administration
Networking and Security
Web and Media
|Credit Hours||120 Credit Hours|
Victoria (traditional semesters)
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Each concentration offers a variety of job opportunities. For example, a Communication concentration can prepare you for work in public relations or the media. A Computer Information Systems concentration can provide computer-related skills for employment in that field. A Legal Assistance and Administration concentration can give you the background needed to advance as a legal assistant. The Psychology concentration can offer you knowledge needed for a position in the human services field.Request a Tour Request Information
You are eligible for the degree if you've done one of the following:
Received an Applied Arts and Sciences degree (at least 24 semester hours of vocational or technical credit) from an accredited community or technical college or earned at least 24 semester hours of vocational or technical credit at an accredited community or technical college.Legal Assistance and Administration Petroleum Technology
Vocational or Technical
You can use between 24 and 44 semester hours of vocational or technical credit toward a bachelor's degree. For example, if you have an associate degree in Office Systems Technology or Respiratory Therapy or some other technical program, most of the hours in that program will transfer to the BAAS.Web and Media Networking and Security
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