Applied Arts and Sciences
Bachelor's Degree

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Applied Arts and Sciences
Bachelor's Degree

The Applied Arts and Sciences program at the University of North Texas provides you a direct path to a fully accredited bachelor’s degree if you have:

  • Completed course work for technical, applied, or military credit
  • A technical or applied degree from an accredited community or technical college

Our B.A.A.S. degrees accept and build on these unique credits, combining them with course work intended to meet your individual or career goals.

Flexible evening, weekend, and online courses make it easy for you to earn a Bachelor’s of Applied Arts and Sciences degree while balancing full-time or part-time work and your personal life.

Who benefits?

Students seeking admission to our Applied Arts and Sciences program are often working adults. They may be:

  • Active-duty military or veterans seekings college credit for courses taken as part of their training in the service
  • Transfer students wanting to apply career or technical coursework from an accredited community or technical college towards completing their bachelor’s degree
  • Individuals interested in developing multiple areas of expertise
  • Individuals who have accumulated a significant number of credit hours
  • Individuals who have been out of higher education for a number of years

What career opportunities are available?

Career opportunities for B.A.A.S. students vary as much as their paths to earning the degree. Some students complete the degree for career advancement. Others want to change career paths altogether or ultimately plan to attend graduate school. Whatever the motivation, B.A.A.S. students graduate with an array of skills that equip them to compete in today’s ever-changing workplace.

B.A.A.S. graduates are found in a variety of career fields. Many work in business, state and local government, nonprofit agencies or a wide range of fields directly associated with the specialization they pursued at a community or technical college or while in the military.

UNT’s Career Center can provide advice about future employment opportunities in a particular area.

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