Ohio University Bachelor's Degree Programs

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  • Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (BTAS)

Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (Online degree)

The Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (BTAS) is primarily intended for students who have already completed a two-year degree program from an accredited community college, regional campus, or technical college, and who wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree.  The program provides students with knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for advancement in their chosen careers, and integrates the technical skills developed within applied associate degree programs with the professional skills inculcated in a bachelor’s degree program. 

The BTAS utilizes 60 credit hours of associate degree credit, of which 24 credit hours must be in a technical field.  Another 60 credit hours are needed to meet the minimum for a baccalaureate degree.  In addition to the 36-38 hours of major requirements listed below, the student may expect to spend 18hours meeting general education requirements and prerequisites.  The remaining 4-12 hours are elective.  A course may not count for two requirements within the major.  Consultation with an Ohio University academic advisor is highly recommended.

Parallel LCCC Programs

  • Associate of Applied Business degrees
  • Associate in Applied Science degrees

Program Admission Requirements

  • 2.0 accumulative GPA
  • Associate in Applied Science degree or 96 quarter hours with a technical core
  • Application to Ohio University on a Regional Campus Admission Application (and acceptance)
  • Application to the BTAS program (and acceptance)

Tuition and Fee Schedule
All fees are subject to change. Please check http://www.finance.ohiou.edu/receivable/tuitionfees.html for  tuition rates or contact Kelly Czack.  Fees for courses offered via the Independent and Distant Learning Program catalog are posted by the course listing.  Ohio University Online Courses are based upon the campus from which the professor originates.  

For More Information

The following link for Ohio University College Partners provides additional information for the BTAS program:

http://www.outreach.ohio.edu/onlinecomplete/colleges/Lorain/index.htm

Contact

Hank Thomas:  thomash1@ohio.edu or by phone at (567) 241-3726. 

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