At Indiana State University, the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) is the designated degree for baccalaureate programs that are designed to accommodate the unique demands for entry and advancement within specific workforce sectors. The BAS degree provides degree completion opportunities for students with Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees from regionally accredited institutions and is specifically targeted at AAS degree graduates of the community college system within Indiana. BAS degree programs conform to all guidelines and policies set forth by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools for baccalaureate degree programs.
To be admitted to the BAS in Technology degree program a student must have a completed appropriate AAS degree from a regionally accredited institution.
The BAS in Technology major is specifically designed for professionals with an associate of applied science degree who are interested in furthering their career in leadership in their technology-related field.
The BAS in Technology includes fifteen credit hours (15 SCH) of major core courses, twenty-four credit hours (24 SCH) allotted to a specialization consisting of a minor or concentration and electives, and at least twenty-one credit hours (21 SCH) of Foundational Studies courses.
For graduation, students must complete at least one minor or concentration in the College of Technology.
*Some programs within the B.A.S. degree may specify which of these Foundational Studies courses are required.