Applied Arts and Sciences

The Applied Science program produces professionals who can adapt to and succeed in rapidly changing and dynamic workplaces.  The three main areas of focus include interpersonal skills, project management, and data management, and center on developing the skills needed to lead and understand people, negotiate the various aspects of projects, and interpret data that translates into sound business decisions.  The program is flexible, affordable and 100 percent online. If you have earned or worked toward an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree, our innovative BAAS program will provide you with a cost-effective pathway to earning your Bachelor degree. We will accept up to 84 hours of your previous coursework from an accredited institution.

Core Curriculum Courses
See the Core Curriculum Requirements 42
Required courses in the major
BAAS 301Pathways, Purpose, Exploration, and Career3
BAAS 303Interpersonal Relationships and Communication in Organizations3
BAAS 326Exploring Spreadsheets3
BAAS 345Leadership Techniques3
BAAS 351Planning, Budgeting, and Decision Making3
BGS 404Organizational Dynamics and Diversity 3
BAAS 408Data Visualization3
BAAS 445Ethical Decision Making3
BGS 481Foundations of Project Management3
BGS 492Innovative Tools for Project Management3
Advanced Electives
6 sch from the following list or Advisor Approved:6
Research Methods
Capstone: Designing Your Future As An Innovative Leader
Business Process Management & ERP Systems
Principles of Management
The Entrepreneur
Hours in a career, technical or vocational career
42 sch required42
Total Hours120

All required courses in the major and advanced electives must be completed with the grade of “C” or higher. 

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