Online Bachelor of Applied Science
The online Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program leads to a baccalaureate degree for graduates of two-year programs in applied sciences. The degree permits a student who has earned credits in a technical field to transfer these credits to the University of Michigan-Flint and complete a baccalaureate degree in a fully online environment.
For this degree, the student's major is Applied Science, consisting entirely of technical credits taken during the associate degree program. Courses to be taken online at the University of Michigan-Flint are chosen to meet the general education requirements and to allow the student to pursue areas of interest in some depth.
After being admitted to the BAS program, you should meet with an advisor, who will help you develop a plan for completing the degree requirements. For the online BAS, you must earn fifteen (15) semester hours in each of two disciplines of your choice with a sufficient number of upper division credits.
To receive your degree, you must complete 33 upper-level credits, maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average, and complete at least 124 semester hours. You must also complete all of the general education requirements stipulated by the University of Michigan-Flint catalog of courses.
Online BAS students may choose from the following concentrations:
- Africana Studies
- Health Care
Online BAS students also have access to a wide variety of elective and general education courses. Please click the following link to view the most recent online course offerings at the University of Michigan-Flint.
If you have questions about the online BAS, please contact:
|Dennis Viele, Program Director, Applied Science||(810) 762-3360|
|The Office of Extended Learning||(810) 762-3200|