Online Bachelor of Applied Arts & Science
Maximize your credits from prior coursework with a customized degree plan. Associate degree from an Applied Arts and Science program (AAS) required for admission consideration.
Earn Your BAAS Online
Have you completed an associate degree from an Applied Arts and Science (AAS) program and want to take the next step? The online BAAS provides the perfect pathway to a bachelor’s degree for working professionals anywhere with an AAS degree who need a bachelor’s as quickly as possible to advance in the workplace.
Graduates of this program will benefit from:
- The convenience and flexibility of a 100% online program
- Expert faculty that teach on-campus classes too
- Access to the UTEP Career Services Center
- Writing, communication, and leadership skills in-demand across industries
In order to be considered for admission, applicants to the online BAAS program must have completed an associate degree from an Applied Arts and Science (AAS) program. A minimum of 33 semester credit hours may be awarded from an organized technical program completed at a community college.
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