Bachelor of Applied Science
The Bachelor of Applied Science is designed to leverage your technical associate degree (Associate of Applied Science), Intermediate Technical Certificate (ITC), Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC) or other college credits to earn your bachelor’s degree.
Choose from a variety of concentrations and emphasis areas to create a meaningful, individualized degree plan that advances your career. You will learn in a supportive academic environment, either by taking classes 100% online or in a combination of online and on campus.
Want to learn more? Join us for an online information session or connect with a student success coach and claim your free application waiver.
Next Application Deadline: February 1
The application deadline for the second spring seven-week session has passed. Apply now to start classes in April.
The Bachelor of Applied Science features seven-week courses and six start dates a year. All application materials must be received by the deadline to be considered for the program. You must apply separately for admission to Boise State University.
Community College Partnerships
Boise State’s applied science and interdisciplinary professional studies programs have partnered with community colleges across Idaho to help you transfer up to 80 general and technical education credits.
AAS and Technical Credits
Your Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Intermediate Technical Certificates and Advanced Technical Certificates can help you earn your bachelor’s degree. Talk with a student success coach to learn how this degree leverages your hard work.
Credit for Prior Learning
Not all learning happens in the classroom, and we believe that your experiences through work, volunteering and life have the potential to count toward your degree. Create a portfolio that showcases your learning and earn credits to save time and money.