Apply to the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences by July 1
The UNT B.A.A.S has seven concentrations in administration, organizational supervision, social services, hospitality, media innovation, consumer behavior, and information technology.
Learners who complete the Google IT Support Professional Certificate on Coursera can receive credit for the information technology concentration of the B.A.A.S. degree. These credits would count as lower division credits. Your advisor will assess whether or how these credits may be able to count towards your degree plan.
You must successfully complete a minimum of 36 hours of upper division courses, and at least 24 of these hours must be taken from UNT. Upper division (also referred to as advanced level) courses are typically offered at four-year colleges and universities in students’ junior and senior years. Upper division courses are numbered 3000 and higher at UNT. Please note that some military training qualifies as upper division coursework.
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The B.A.A.S. program is fully developed and taught by the University of North Texas. The University of North Texas leverages Coursera’s online education platform to deliver the program curriculum, allowing B.A.A.S. students to benefit from Coursera features such as interactive video transcription, in-course note taking, and seamless learning across multiple devices.
The length of this program varies widely, as each student enters with a unique amount of credits. On average, students need ~45 credits to complete the B.A.A.S. program.
A single word that best describes the B.A.A.S. degree program is flexibility — flexibility in what, where and how you study. This multidisciplinary degree plan is designed around your interests and career goals.
More than 80% of degree students access all course materials on the go with the mobile app, available on iOS and Android.
Coursera does not grant credit, and does not represent that any institution other than the degree granting institution will recognize the credit or credential awarded by the institution; the decision to grant, accept, or transfer credit is subject to the sole and absolute discretion of an educational institution.
We encourage you to investigate whether this degree meets your academic and/or professional needs before applying.