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Bachelor of Applied Science

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) at Boise State University is a world-class, interdisciplinary degree that capitalizes on and complements your technical associate degree (AAS). You will learn in a supportive and stimulating academic environment while you prepare for challenging and rewarding professional opportunities, online or flex, a combination of on-campus and online. The BAS Degree builds on your technical expertise and is the perfect next step to advance your career.

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Bachelor of Applied Science Program At A Glance

What Can You Do With A Bachelor of Applied Science Degree?

Boise State’s fully online Bachelor of Applied Science prepares you for management and leadership roles. Graduates have been promoted from entry-level roles in their current organization or translated the skills and experience they gained in the program to a higher-level position within their industry.  The program’s curriculum provides you with transferrable skills that translate into a variety of fields.

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How Much Does This Program Cost?

The following is an example of the total program cost of a fully online student completing the 40 credits of program-specific courses required to graduate with a Bachelor of Applied Science. This estimate also assumes you begin the program as core-certified. Should you need additional courses to reach core-certification, additional course fees will apply.

DescriptionCost
Boise State Undergraduate Admissions Application Fee $50
Courses (40 total credits @ $350 per credit*)$14,000
Books (estimate)$1,500
Graduation Application Fee$20
Approximate Total Investment$15,570
Other potential expenses may include a personal computer, webcam, headphones with mic, and internet access which are all required for this program.Varies

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What Support Will I have?

The Boise State Applied Science program features a network of individuals who are here to make sure you are a success in the program! From Student Success Coaches who guide you through the admissions process, to advisors who help you overcome challenges as you navigate your degree plan, to faculty who spend time examining subjects and how they apply to your life outside of school, to staff who work to remove barriers for students and ensure as smooth a journey as possible for students, we are here to help.

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How Can I Tailor My Degree To My Interests?

Make your degree as unique as you are! Choose an emphasis area of courses, certificates or other programs to add to your degree based on your interests. Your personalized degree plan gives you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed. 

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What Can I Do With My Technical Credits?

The Boise State BAS program is designed for those who want to leverage their technical credits, including members of the military, to get a bachelor’s degree. Your student success coach will help you understand how to use your Associate of Applied Science (AAS) to get a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Science (BAS). Technical (Tech) Credits can apply to the BAS tech credit requirements and also the foundation credit requirements.

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Is The BAS Program Military Friendly?

Yes! The Boise State Bachelor of Applied Science is very equipped to accommodate military service members. Whether you are active-duty, a veteran, or a civilian, Boise State’s BAS is here to support you as you earn your bachelor’s degree.

  • We leverage your training for credit
  • We collaborate with you while you’re deployed to accommodate your schedule
  • Your tuition is 100% covered for Online students with the Boise State TA Promise

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Is There An On-Campus Option?

Flex Track
If you’ve declared the Flex track (Bachelor of Applied Science) you have the option of picking upper-division courses out of any discipline to satisfy your degree plan requirements as long you meet the prerequisites for the course and you can justify how the course meets your goals. In the Flex track the classes you select could be face-to-face, evenings/weekends, online classes, or a combination. You will work closely with your academic advisor to develop a plan that works for you.

Online Track
If you’ve declared the Online track (Bachelor of Applied Science – Online) you may select classes from the Online BAS curriculum. These classes look at topics that are useful in all fields of study, such as leadership and globalization. You will work closely with your academic advisor in the online track to select courses that link to your goals.

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How Can Your AAS Help You Finish Your Bachelor's Degree?

Each BAS student brings a lot of experience to the table when they start their path at Boise State. Our goal is to build on your education and experience to help you get ahead instead of feeling like you are starting from scratch. Meet with a Student Success Coach to learn how our degree is structured to utilize your hard work and customize your remaining credits to meet your goals.

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Need More Information?

We’re here to help! From deciding if an online degree is right for you to figuring out what credits transfer from previous schools, talking to a Student Success Coach is the best place to start.

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We Bring The Blue To You

Boise State Online BAS students can be found across the nation as noted by the orange pins on the map. Learn more on this interactive map, or visit the Google map.

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Once you’ve completed your program orientation, you’ll be assigned a Student Success Advisor. Academic Advising is a partnership between you and your advisor. Together you will discuss and develop a plan for your degree.

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