Degree Information

At IU, we understand that you already have skills and experience as a result of your Associate of Applied Science (AAS). Now you can take these skills to a new level of opportunity. With the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS), you can save time and money with a degree that suits your needs. All with the quality of Indiana University.

You may apply to the BAS program if you hold an AAS from a regionally accredited institution. With the BAS, you can:

  • Apply 60 to 64 credits from your AAS toward the 120 needed for the BAS.
  • Choose the track that's best for you! We have tracks in health care, sustainability, or an individualized track option.
  • Complete your course work online, on campus, or through a combination of online and on-campus classes.
  • Earn a top-quality bachelor's degree in two years of full-time study (30 credits per year).

By completing a BAS, you are supplementing your technical expertise with skills in supervision, communication, accounting and bookkeeping, and marketing—all skills that employers value in today's competitive economy.

University Credit Hour & Residency Requirements

All Baccalaureate degrees offered by IU Southeast requires a minimum of 120 credit hours and a minimum of 30 credit hours of upper-level coursework (300-level or above). No more than 64 credit hours earned in accredited junior/community colleges may be applied toward a Baccalaureate degree. The University Residency Requirement dictates that students must complete no less than 26 credit hours at IU Southeast during their senior year and no less than 10 credit hours of coursework in the major field of study.

Bachelor of Applied Science Requirements

The Bachelor of Applied Science is a degree completion program. In order to be admitted to the program, you must hold an Associate of Applied Science from an accredited institution.

To graduate with the B.A.S., you must complete a total of 120 credit hours, broken down as follows:

  • General Education Courses (30 to 42 credit hours)
  • Applied Science Courses (48 to 51 credit hours)
  • B.A.S. Core Courses (18 credit hours)
  • B.A.S. Track Courses (12 credit hours)
  • Electives (0 to 12 credit hours)

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