BAS Applied Science
At the Bachelor of Applied Science degree from George Mason University is an undergraduate liberal arts degree program for adult learners. It is designed primarily to deepen student knowledge in an academic area and foster critical thinking, analytic reasoning, and an ability to synthesize information.
$ 16,485 per semester
Fairfax, United States
About the program
The Applied Science degree from George Mason University articulates well with specialized Applied Associate Science (AAS) degree programs, providing a streamlined path to completion of traditional academic requirements leading to the baccalaureate degree.
It meets students’ professional and personal goals while developing a depth of knowledge and proficiency of skill that translates well to the workplace.
However, it is not organized in the same way as a traditional baccalaureate degree.
Students planning graduate study should consult with an academic advisor prior to undertaking this degree program.
- Concentrations are intended to provide focus for the BAS curriculum in an area relevant to the student’s AAS degree while allowing for the breadth of study associated with a liberal arts baccalaureate degree.
- Please note that determination of current transfer work for these concentrations may impact course requirements.