Bachelor of Applied Studies
The Bachelor of Applied Studies (B.A.S.) degree with a major in Integrative Leadership Studies is offered through the University’s Adult Degree Program. This program is primarily a distance education bachelor’s degree program designed to meet the needs of adult students who have work, family, and other responsibilities. Many of the degree options are available completely online with some opportunity for evening and Saturday classes. This unique structure allows students to earn their degree without forcing them to sacrifice jobs and family, and also allows them to plan study time to accommodate busy schedules. The Bachelor of Applied Studies degree is specifically designed for students who have earned an applied associate degree from a technical college or other regionally accredited institution.
Students accepted into this program will be able to transfer coursework from any Wisconsin Technical College System campus or other accredited two-year institution into UW-Green Bay as a block of 60 degree credits, and enter the University as a junior. Students then complete a minimum of 60 additional credits to satisfy UW-Green Bay general education requirements, requirements for the Integrative Leadership Studies major and all other degree requirements.
Area of Emphasis
Students must complete requirements in one of the following areas of emphasis: