Applied Science (B.A.S.)
About the Program
Update paragraph to read "The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) at Boise State University is a world-class, interdisciplinary degree that capitalizes on and complements your technical degree (Intermediate Technical Certificate, Advanced Technical Certificate or Associate of Applied Science). You will customize your degree with certificates or courses that prepare you for challenging and rewarding professional opportunities, online or as a combination of on-campus and online. The BAS Degree builds on your technical expertise and applies the credits you've already completed to advance your career.
Applied Sciences Credits take the following courses, take 12 credits12 creditsTake the following courses:BAS305 - Introduction to the Applied Sciences1 creditBAS492 - Proposal for Capstone Project1 creditBAS495 - Capstone in Applied Sciences3 creditsIPS315 - Integrative Thinking2 creditsIPS375 - Perspective Taking3 creditsIPS385 - Asking Questions and Framing Problems3 credits
Lower Division Degree Requirements: At least 37 credits from University Foundations requirements (can be completed through transfer credits).43 - 46 credits
Upper Division Degree Requirements: Complete courses in an individualized concentration or select upper division electives.28 - 40 credits
Previous Studies: Up to 48 Credits awarded for your technical degree (Intermediate Technical Certificate, Advanced Technical Certificate, or Associate of Applied Science) awarded by a regionally accredited institution.30 - 48 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.