Bachelor of Applied Studies Degree
The Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) degree is designed for students with an applied associate degree from any Wisconsin Technical College System campus or other regionally accredited institution. Students transfer a minimum of 60 credits into UW-Green Bay and enter the University as a junior with only 60 credits remaining to complete the degree.
The Integrative Leadership Studies major promotes the development of fundamental leadership skills, such as critical and creative thinking, problem-solving, and communication. This major takes an integrative approach by providing future leaders with the knowledge to solve complex problems from all angles. Graduates are well-positioned to embark on new careers or advance in their workplace. This degree is designed to meet the needs of adult students who have work, family, and other responsibilities and is available completely online.
Click here for a listing of degree requirements for the Bachelor of Applied Studies degree.
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:
- Applied Communication
- Emergency Management
- Environmental Policy Studies
- Human Development
- Leadership in Public Service
- Nonprofit Leadership
- Self-Directed Area of Emphasis