Bachelor of Arts: Applied Studies
This program leads to the Bachelor of Arts degree. It provides students with a broad program including course work in an applied area coupled with course work in the humanities, in social sciences, and in mathematics and sciences. The program is administered by the Director of Academic Advising in conjunction with major advisors.
Requirements: 60 credits including 12 in humanities, 12 in social sciences, 12 in mathematics and sciences and 24 selected from one or two of the following areas: applied art, business, education, computer science, engineering, English (courses in writing or composition which may include EN 102 and EN 202), kinesiology, music (education, theory and applied), nursing, Christian education, social work, communication studies. In a single focus applied studies major, 12 credits of the 24 credits must be numbered above 299. In a dual focus applied studies major, 16 of the 24 credits must be numbered above 299, with at least 6 upper division credits taken in EACH applied area.
Notation: If music is selected, no more than 3 credits of private lessons may apply. If kinesiology is selected, no more than 3 credits of kinesiology activities or activity labs may apply.