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  • Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Applied Technology & Performance Improvement

    The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree program, with a major in Applied Technology & Performance Improvement, consists of 120 hours divided as follows:

    • 42 hours in the University Core
    • 36 hours in an Applied Technology specialization
    • 42 hours in Professional Development
    • The BAAS program is 100% online

    The undergraduate program consists of required coursework in areas such as personal development, instructional strategies, leadership, advanced computer technology, human relations, project management and communications. The balance of hours completed in the major are in consultation with a student's advisor. Additionally, this program is designed to provide a pathway for community college students to complete a bachelor's degree program.

    Students in the BAAS degree program are preparing for careers in business, industry, government and education. This degree program is designed for students who have an associate's degree in a technology program at a community college. Within this degree is an option to pursue Career and Technical Education teacher certification at the secondary level. Career and Technical Education requires 3-5 years of employment experience in one of the fields of applied technology.

    For more information contact:

    College of Information Advising Office
    (940) 565-2445

    Computer Education and Cognitive Systems Minor

    Computer Education and Cognitive Systems (CECS) is available as an undergraduate minor. Students interested in using CECS as a minor should contact Dr. Demetria Ennis-Cole:

    University of North Texas
    Dr. Demetria Ennis-Cole
    Learning Technologies
    3940 N. Elm, G150
    Denton, TX 76207
    (940) 565-3536