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Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

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  • 完成时间大约为 24-36 个月
  • 专业级
  • 英语


The fastest, most affordable way to complete your bachelor’s degree online from a top 9 research school in Texas while leveraging your previous college or military credits.

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) program from the University of North Texas (UNT) is designed to streamline your path to a fully accredited bachelor’s degree by making it easy to transfer course work you’ve previously completed for technical, applied, or military credit.

Our B.A.A.S degree accepts and builds on these unique credits, combining them with course work in seven distinct concentrations so you can meet your individual or career goals. The degree is designed to help transfer students from community colleges and technical institutions, non-traditional students with college credit, and veterans or active-duty military personnel finish their bachelor’s degree faster. The B.A.A.S. degree does this by accepting many types of credits that other degree programs won’t accept.

What makes this degree unique?

No need to start over. Build a bridge by transferring your educational experience towards your degree. Named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys® for 23 consecutive years, UNT pairs each applicant with an advisor to create a customized degree plan focusing on the “missing pieces” required to complete the degree.

Built for you. B.A.A.S. students receive high-touch support and career services as applicants and enrolled students. With seven concentrations in administration, organizational supervision, social services, hospitality, media innovation, consumer behavior, and information technology, you can customize your coursework to create a degree path that’s right for you and your career.

Attainable and flexible. Receive the same high-quality instruction as on-campus students and earn the same degree while learning when and where it works best for you.

Commitment to excellence. Founded 130 years ago, UNT is a well-established research institution that ranks in the top 100 nationally for social mobility. UNT is also a majority-minority university, 42 percent of on-campus students at UNT are first-generation students, and the school ranks in the top 50 nationally for diversity.


What are the English requirements?
DuoLingo score of at least 100/160. TOEFL score of 79 or above. IELTS score of 6.0 or above. PTE score of 53 or above.

Will enrolling in this degree make me eligible for a student visa?
The degree is completely online so earning the degree does not make students eligible for a student visa.

What do I need to know if I am an international student?
International students who attend and graduate from high schools overseas are not required to submit SAT/ACT test scores for admission. UNT Admissions does not accept Developmental or English Language classes as credit International Transcripts must be sent to UNT in Native Language and English. The English translation must be certified. UNT Admissions needs Full Marksheet (credentials/transcript), not a consolidated version. International Official Transcripts MUST be mailed to UNT Admissions for an admissions decision:
Mailing Address:
University of North Texas
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1155 Union Circle #311277
Denton, TX 76203-5017Physical Address for Courier Services (FedEx, UPS, etc.):
University of North Texas
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Eagle Student Services Center Room 305
1147 Union Circle
Denton, TX 76203International students can be admitted with an unofficial International transcript emailed to UNT Admissions. However, they must have their official transcripts in hand at UNT in order to register for classes. The International transfer student application on ApplyTexas.org is $85. Students are responsible for this payment. UNT Admissions will only accept international vocational/technical credit from a university level technical program.

Can I continue to work as I complete my UNT classes?
Yes, many students in the B.A.A.S. program work full-time or part-time while attending UNT. However, remember the need to balance school with work and your personal life when determining how many courses to take each semester.

Can I finish my core classes at a community college?
You may take core classes at an accredited community college, another accredited college or university, or at UNT. Core courses taken at a community college or another Texas university may be transferred to UNT. Sometimes it is advisable to take an upper division core course (those numbered 3000 or higher) from UNT. Doing so may maximize the number of credits you are able to transfer from a community college. Your UNT advisor will help you decide what makes the most sense for you.

Can I finish my Professional Foundations courses at a community college?
No, the Professional Foundations courses are required upper division courses that must be completed at UNT.

If I am a former or returning UNT student, do I have to go through the application process again? Who should I contact?
Any former or returning UNT student should contact B.A.A.S. advising at BAASCoursera@unt.edu to review program requirements and receive help walking through the readmission process.

How long will it take to get a B.A.A.S. degree?
The time it takes to complete a B.A.A.S. degree depends on how many hours you need to satisfy the degree requirements, the number of hours you take each semester, and your academic performance. Typically, students take between 6 and 12 hours each semester and complete their degree within 2 to 3 years. Some students take longer, while others finish faster.

How many hours am I required to take at the University of North Texas?
You are required to take at least 30 hours of coursework from UNT. You are also required to complete 36 hours of upper division coursework. Of those 36 hours, at least 24 hours must be from courses taken at UNT.

What are upper division courses and how are they different?
Upper division courses are typically offered at four-year colleges and universities in students’ junior and senior years. You cannot take upper-division courses at a community college. Upper division courses are numbered 3000 and higher at UNT. Often upper-division courses are also called advanced level courses.

What is the approximate cost of each course?
$990 ($330 x 3 Credit Hours)

What types of scholarships and financial aid are available?
There are a number of types of financial aid and scholarship opportunities for UNT students. Learn more about UNT’s Financial Aid and Scholarships. Applications for UNT scholarships have to be processed by March 1. In order to apply for scholarships you have to already have been admitted to UNT.

How do I apply for scholarships?
Learn more here.

How do I apply for financial aid?
Learn more here.

How do I check on my financial aid awards?
Learn more here.

When can I start taking classes?
You can begin taking classes once you've been admitted to UNT and have completed orientation.The B.A.A.S. program has two cohorts per year; one that begins in August and one that begins in January.

Where do I find books, and how much will they cost?
After you register for your courses, you can find required textbooks and even order them online at the UNT Bookstore. You can also check with other local bookstores and online retailers. Prices will vary by site and the types of books required.

How do I request a tax return transcript for verification?
Learn more here.

Do the same faculty teach online and on-campus courses?

What’s on the degree certificate?
Your certificate will show that you have successfully completed the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences. It will also show that the awarding body is the University of North Texas.

How do I know if my application is complete?
You will receive an email from UNT asking you to login to your my.unt account. This account will be your hub for all things UNT - Financial Aid, Bill payment, Admissions decisions, and more.

How can I check the status of my application?
To check the status of your application, please visit my.unt.edu

How will I receive an admissions decision?
Your admission decision will come first through your my.unt.edu account. You will also receive an email.

Who can I contact if I have a question?
Please reach out to a UNT enrollment counselor at UNT-BAAS@coursera.org with any questions.

How do I access the degree on Coursera?
Once you have paid, you will be registered for the degree. Once available, you will be given access to the degree on the Coursera site and to an orientation module ahead of the study session.

Can you switch between online and on campus programs?

Is there an application fee?
Yes, the application fee is $75 for US students and $85 for international students.

Are there networking opportunities to interact with other students?
Yes, you will work alongside other students in weekly synchronous sessions, live hours, and group projects.

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