ENMU's Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences program offers a flexible online degree option for you if you've earned an associate degree or have a significant number of credit hours in a career-related or technical discipline from an institution with accreditation recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
This degree requires a minimum of 30 hours of career-related or technical credit in a primary concentration (previously earned career-related or technical course credits are applied here) and minimum of 24 hours in a secondary concentration area. Each BAAS degree plan requires a student to have a primary concentration and a secondary concentration. Your vocational/technical credit applies to your primary concentration area, and this program is designed to allow you to earn your bachelor's degree within two years of full-time enrollment.
Do Classes I Already Took Count Toward my Degree?
If you have an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Associate of Science (AS) with a technical or vocational major from a CHEA-recognized organization, you already meet the primary concentration requirement for this program. If you don't have one of those degrees, but you've completed a certificate program or if you have a significant amount of credit in one of the transfer disciplines, you may be able to transfer this credit to satisfy the primary concentration requirement. Contact us today if you have questions. View potential transfer disciplines.
- If you are seeking career advancement, you will have the opportunity to enhance and expand your technical expertise as part of a well-rounded education.
- The BAAS degree can provide the education and credentials you may need for career advancement or provide an opportunity to broaden your career opportunities.
- Curriculum and delivery methods are designed with the distance learner in mind – offering you the flexibility to work full-time while completing your degree.
Why Pay More?
At ENMU, you get a great college education with a reasonable price tag. ENMU has the second most affordable tuition in the state, is ranked third least expensive of 79 universities in the Southwest and is easily one of the most affordable colleges in the U.S. Out-of-state students enrolling in six or fewer hours per semester only pay tuition and fees at the low in-state rate. View our current tuition and fees, and compare to other universities to see how much you can save!
Scholarship and Financial Assistance
In a time where the expenses of higher education are leaving thousands with a heavy debt burden as they enter the workforce, ENMU students get a great college education without excessive debt. In addition to our affordability, we are committed to helping you finance your education. More than 86% of our students are on some sort of financial aid. The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate students to promote access to postsecondary education. Federal need-based loans are also available to U.S. citizens. Be sure to apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) To receive any form of federal financial assistance.
The BAAS degree is a fully accredited baccalaureate degree. ENMU is nationally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. View ENMU's accreditations. The BAAS degree is a fully accredited baccalaureate degree.