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BAAS at Colleges and Universities

 
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science (BAAS)
is offered by many 4-year colleges and universities,
and this degree has some distinct characteristics:
 
1) It grants credit for non-institutional forms of learning.
2) It grants credit for technical specialization courses.
3) It can be interdisciplinary.

Concordia University - BAAS in Technical Management

Howard Payne University

Lamar University

Midwestern State University

Sam Houston State University

St. Edward's University

Stephen F Austin State University  

Tarleton State University - BAAS in Business
                                         BAAS in Information Technology
                                         BAAS in Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Texas A&M International University

Texas A&M University Commerce​​​

Texas A&M University San Antonio​

Texas A&M University Texarkana

Texas State University

University of Houston Downtown - BAAS in Applied Administration
                                                      BAAS in Criminal Justice
                                                      BAAS in Safety Management

University of North Texas Dallas

University of North Texas Denton - BAAS degrees are offered by
                                                       College of Information
                                                       College of Public Affairs and Community Service
 
University of Texas Brownsville​ - BAAS in Applied Business Technology
                                                  BAAS in Legal Studies
                                                  BAAS in Interdisciplinary Studies

University of Texas San Antonio

University of Texas Permian Basin - BAAS in Industrial Technology

University of Texas Tyler

University of Wisconsin

West Texas A&M University Canyon

UTB at Texas Southmost Colle​ge

 
Note: The Associate of Applied Sciences Degree,
comprising Workforce Education Course Manual
classes is not designed as a transfer degree.
However, some universities accept specific technical courses
from an AAS Degree and count them toward a BAAS degrees.