Bachelor of Applied Studies Degree
The Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) Degree, is designed to help those with applied associate degrees from a Wisconsin Technical College or from other regionally-accredited schools, in-state or out-of-state, complete a bachelor’s degree through UW-Green Bay’s Adult Degree Program. The degree features a major in Integrative Leadership Studies (ILS), which offers the flexibility to focus your degree on the area that is most valuable to you and to employers. The ILS major develops the foundational leadership skills that employers demand, such as: creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, communication, and decision making, while also providing students with a specific Area of Emphasis within the degree. Students select an Area of Emphasis that focuses on the professional area that interests them. This program is designed to provide adult students with the skills and credentials necessary to compete in a rapidly changing workplace.
The BAS helps students see the world in new ways, enhance earning power, and increase professional potential. It also will honor and build on the learning and education that has taken place previously in Wisconsin’s public technical colleges. Click here for a listing of degree requirements for the Bachelor of Applied Studies degree.
With classes offered on weekends and on the internet, this program offers students the chance to take classes on Saturday mornings or afternoons at UW-Green Bay, Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, and Nicolet College in Rhinelander as well as through the Internet. Ease of access means that busy adults can earn an University of Wisconsin bachelor’s degree, and can do it in a way that allows you to maintain work and family responsibilities.
Students in the BAS program select an Area of Emphasis where they shape the degree to meet their needs. Areas of Emphasis in the program could include, but are not limited to:
- Applied Communication
- Emergency Management
- Environmental Policy Studies
- Human Development
- Leadership in Public Service
- Nonprofit Leadership
- Self-Directed Area of Emphasis