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The Bachelor's of Applied Science track is designed for 100% online learning for transfer students and/or students taking upper-level courses. (Please note: The departmental CORE courses are offered online and students are responsible for locating online courses to fulfill the state core and other related courses).  Brief descriptions are provided below for both tracks.  Click on the program worksheet for a complete list of TWU and Health Studies core courses, electives and additional required courses.

To request more information on the BAS undergraduate online program, please complete our online form found on the "Request Information" button located on the left-hand side of the webpage or you may contact David Infante, Academic Advisor at 940-898-2834 or for more information about applying to the undergraduate online program.

Applied Science Completion (Effective Summer 2009)

 Health Studies majors who select the Applied Science degree plan are interested in furthering their career in leadership in their applied health field (i.e. echocardiology technology, invasive cardiovascular technology, diagnostic medical sonography, medical laboratory technology, respiratory care, emergency medical services, health information management, medical staff services, biotechnology, radiology services and many more)! 

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) with a major in Health Studies will include a curriculum of thirty-six hours (36 SCH) from their completed Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree; twenty-one hours in Health Studies and fifteen hours in Business. The BAS will accept a variety of AAS graduates in allied health professions to complete a bachelor’s degree with a Health Studies major, enabling students to advance in their careers to more diverse positions with managerial responsibilities.

Admission requirements include:

Successful completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in an allied health field and a cumulative GPA of 2.75.  Bachelor of Applied Science Curriculum.

This degree worksheet is for students who began taking courses during the Fall 2009 semester or after.

Apply to the program.

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