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Bachelor of Applied Studies Degree Requirements

The Bachelor of Applied Studies also features the Interdisciplinary Studies major. This degree is designed to help those with an applied associate degree from a Wisconsin Technical College, or other regionally - accredited school, complete a bachelor’s degree. Coursework is offered in convenient formats for working adults.

The Bachelor of Applied Studies enables the transfer of an applied associate degree as a block of 60 credits, allowing students to enter the program at the midpoint for completion of the degree.

Students then will complete the following coursework:

I. General Education Credits
Fine Arts 3
Humanities 9
Social Science 9
Natural Science 10-12
World Culture 3
Ethnic Studies 3
Writing Competency 3
Math Competency 0
SUB-TOTAL: 40-42

II. Supporting Coursework Credits
IST106 Adult LEarning Seminar 3
Writing Course 3
SUB-TOTAL: 6

III. Major/Upper-Level Credits
Critical Thinking Skills 3
IST400 Capstone 3
Area of Emphasis 12-24
SUB-TOTAL: 18-30

IV. Elective Coursework Credits
Elective Credits
(Includes Transfer Block)
42-60
TOTAL: 120