The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science (BAAS) program, offered by the University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB), offers career advancement opportunities to students who have previously earned the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. The BAAS in Industrial Technology degree will enhance students' technical education and will prepare them with leadership skills relevant in their respective working environments. Coursework is designed to enhance knowledge of technical and managerial skills.
The BAAS in Industrial Technology degree requires completion of at least 120 credits*, composed of:
- Technical Field of AAS Degree (30 credits)
- UTPB General Education Requirements (42 credits)
- BAAS Industrial Technology Core Courses (18 credits)
- BAAS Minor Courses (18 credits)
- Upper Level Electives (12 credits)
Refer to the UTPB Undergraduate Catalog for a detailed listing of degree requirements.
*Many General Education Core Curriculum, Industrial Technology Core and Minor courses are open to cross-campus enrollment. Check with your program advisor prior to registering for any of these courses to ensure that they apply toward the program.
To view program courses currently open for cross-campus enrollment, go to the TIS Course Schedule and select Industrial Technology (BAAS) from the UTOC Program menu, or search for a specific course name/number. UTPB students should refer to the UTPB Course Schedule and register directly through your home campus.
To participate in the program, students must apply to and be accepted by UTPB. Complete an application for admission to UTPB by mail or online using the ApplyTexas website, and request official college transcripts be sent and evaluated by the admissions office.
Admitted students will be assigned a departmental advisor, who will assist in finalizing the appropriate degree plan.
Refer to the Student Support section of our website for additional information on cross-campus registration, course access and campus contacts.
Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Arts Applied Sciences in Industrial Technology
Dr. Robert Morrison, Associate Professor and Chair of Industrial Technology