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The Information Technology program has articulations that can help you attain a Bachelor's Degree.

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology (BAS-IT) at the University of Houston-Clear Lake in the School of Science and Computer Engineering (SCE)

Blinn students who have earned an AAS-IT can be automatically admitted to the Bachelor of Applied Science program at UHCL! Students must also be TSI complete and in good academic standing to qualify for automatic admissions. The 2014 revised Courses' Transfer Plan updates the original articulation.

The UHCL Office of Admissions also offers an Automatic Scholarship to those who qualify with a minimum of 2.75 GPA and enroll in 9 or more semester credit hours at UHCL. The School of Science in Computer Engineering offers additional scholarships.

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) at Sam Houston State University Huntsville

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Program at Sam Houston State University is intended for students who have majored in a career and technology/vocational/technical program at a community college, university, junior college, or an accredited technical school and further decide to seek a baccalaureate degree.

The program allows students to develop a program of study specific to their career and educational goals.

To be eligible for the BAAS degree program you must have earned and received an Associates of Applied Arts and Sciences (AAS) in a technical area with at least 36 hours of coursework. Upon acceptance, students must complete the core classes and a minor area of study including at least 42 hours of advanced coursework (300-400 level). To be admitted and approved for the BAAS degree program students must be advised by the BAAS program coordinator.

Minors: A minor area of study is required in a field related to the student's technical specialty, career or educational goals.

Explore the BAAS website for Internships/Mentorships.

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) at Tarleton State University Stephenville

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree in Information Technology is designed for students who have a significant amount of training and experience in IT related areas. This degree will provide students with various opportunities to learn the skills that are necessary for academic advancement while completing their education, as well as employment opportunities and career advancement after graduation.

Our BAAS-IT program is designated as a STEM program as defined by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This designation has a direct impact on international students interested in these programs as it allows those with F-1 visas to remain in the United States after graduation for an additional 24 months under the optional practical training STEM extension. This extension makes it possible for students to undertake practical training for a total of 36 months. If this is of interest to you, reach out to the International Programs office for more detail and enroll today!

Designed With You in Mind Given that the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that Computer and Information Systems Managers job outlook is poised to grow 15% (much faster than average) from 2014 to 2024, it is a great time to be looking at information technology as a major. Our program focuses on preparing already technologically trained students to meet the demands of the increasing Information Technology industry. We also offer credit hours to students who have approved technical training.

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) atTexas A&M University San Antonio

The College of Business at Texas A&M University-San Antonio prepares students for a successful career in business or can enhance your job placement potential with a bachelor’s or master’s degree. The low student-to-teacher ratio and experienced faculty provide for a more personal learning environment that is designed to help students succeed. Financial assistance and scholarship opportunities are available to students as well as seamless transfer plans prepared by the dedicated advisors.

The purpose of the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) is to offer students with formal training in a vocational-technical studies area the opportunity to obtain a baccalaureate degree without the significant loss of credits that normally occurs in pursuing a traditional degree. This program is especially appropriate for graduates of an Associate of Applied Science program. The degree is designed to afford both academic and professional depth to individuals who possess recognized competence in an occupational or technical field. It is designed to offer flexibility that will permit tailoring the program to the student’s background and education objectives.

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Information Technology Concentration
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Information Technology Enterprise Resource Management Concentration
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Information Technology Information Assurance and Security Concentration
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Information Technology Project Management Concentration

The Bachelor of Science in Technology Management at Texas A&M University College Station

The Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development currently accepts transfers of ITNW 1325, and ITSE 2409 only.

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