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Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)

Choose from sixteen Bachelor's of Applied Science specializations offered by Eastern Florida State College. Below are links to more information about each track.

Applied Health Sciences BAS

Computer Information Systems Technology BAS

Organizational Management BAS

For A.S. degree students entering the program: Most A.S. degrees include 15 credits in general education. Therefore once admitted to the BAS program, A.S. students will need to complete the 36 credit General Education requirement of the Associate in Arts degree. These credits will be considered part of the 60 credits required for the BAS degree. Work with the BAS Program Specialist to review the general education requirements.

For A.A. degree students entering the BAS degree program: Once admitted to the BAS program, A.A. students will need 21 credit hours of appropriate technical concentration courses. Students must work with the BAS Program Specialist for proper technical course selection. Technical concentration courses will be used as part of the total 60 credits required for the BAS degree. A.A. students will be admitted on a case by case basis.

BAS Application Dates
• Fall Term 2017: Application open now

Explore the BAS enrollment steps

Bachelor's Intent to Graduate Application Deadlines
Spring 2017: Thursday, March 9, 2017

 

Attend a BAS Info Session

We've got free Information Sessions throughout the Spring. Get details about the newest degree specializations, completely online options, financial aid and making a smooth transition from an Associate's degree to a Bachelor's. Plus we can help you apply. Applied Health Sciences is next up on March 29 at 6 PM in the Cocoa Campus Community Dining Room, Bldg. 11.