Bachelor of Science in Applied Science (BSAS)

BSAS Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Applied Science (BSAS) degree program is designed to serve Florida's Associate in Science (A.S.) graduates who desire a bachelor's degree for self-enrichment, advancement in their current career, or to qualify for higher-level employment in other settings. A.S. graduates looking for a flexible bachelor degree program will find the BSAS degree recognizes the value of academic work already completed. Most students are able to complete their concentrations and exit requirements within an additional 60 credit hours.

Students admitted to the BSAS degree program must have an awarded A.S. degree from a public Florida community or state college and must have completed a minimum of 18 credit hours of transferable general education coursework, which must include writing and math courses that meet State requirements, formerly known as Gordon Rule. 

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Find out details about the Bachelor of Science in Applied Science in the Undergraduate Catalog.

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The University of South Florida -- the St. Petersburg campus, Sarasota-Manatee campus, and Tampa campus -- is a single university with a fully aligned and integrated curriculum and a single set of academic policies and procedures, any undergraduate or graduate student who matriculates at one of the three USF institutions on or after May 18, 2020, will adhere to the curricula, policies, and procedures described in the 2020-21 USF undergraduate or graduate catalog, respectively.