A direct path to a bachelor’s degree
Not everyone takes the same path to earning their bachelor's degree. Some people get technical certification at a community college before they decide to pursue a bachelor's degree. Some people realize they need to go back to school to move ahead in their job, even though they are not the "typical" college age.
The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) programs at the University of North Texas provide 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 a 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.
You can complete your degree fully online via the Coursera platform; this can be preferable for students who live outside of North Texas, or who are unable to attend classes in-person due to full time work, family responsibilities, etc. Flexible evening, weekend and online courses make it easy for you to earn a B.A.A.S. degree while balancing full-time or part-time work and your personal life.
Request More Information
Are you considering transferring from a community college with your Applied Associates degree or Military credit to finish your last two years at UNT New College? Email a copy of your transcripts to us and our advising team member evaluate them and meet with you to get you started!
Do you want more information about the Bachelor’s of Applied Arts and Sciences degree in general? Learn about the possibilities.
In-Person & Hybrid
With the Flexible B.A.A.S. program, students may choose from face-to-face classes at the Frisco or Denton campuses and/or online options for one or many of their courses.
Are you interested in finishing your bachelor’s degree fully online?
We have just launched an all-new platform with UNT’s Digital Strategy and Innovation Department and our partner company, Coursera. For more information visit: The Coursera B.A.A.S. website