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Bachelor of Applied Science

Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S)


College: College of Agriculture, Engineering & Technology

Description

The Bachelor of Applied Science degree is designed to provide a four-year degree in a true 2+2 manner for students who already have an Associate of Applied Science degree and are ready to take on more technical responsibility. This is a popular option for workforce development and advancement. This degree provides students with an academic training to further their careers.

The Bachelor of Applied Science degree program does not have a major.

Emphases Available

The Bachelor of Applied Science program offers several emphasis areas. To learn more about these, visit the degree information pages below:

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Pre-requisites

Completion of an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.

Careers

Graduates of the Technology program find positions in wide range of manufacturing and service sector. Here is a partial list of jobs which require a BAS degree:"

  • Computer aided design and drafting Technologist
  • Manufacturing Technologist
  • Industrial Technologist
  • Manufacturing Supervisor
  • Technology consultant
  • Quality Assurance Specialist
  • Materials Technologist
  • Computer systems
  • Network administrator
  • Computer Systems administrator

Curriculum

Curriculum and degree requirements can be found in the most current Undergraduate Bulletin.

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