Applied Arts & Sciences
Leverage your occupational or technical credits into a B.A. in Applied Arts and Sciences from Georgian Court University. This program allows you to transfer and apply 30 to 48 of your occupational or technical credits toward a bachelor’s degree.
This program’s flexibility and excellence provides you with the academic training, intellectual skills, and liberal-arts-based education you need to advance your career in a way you might not have thought possible. It’s also possible to transfer up to 90 credits total (no more than 75 can come from two-year institutions), and earn this degree in as little as 30 credits from GCU.
You’ll graduate with the foundational degree that can propel you into a wide range of careers.
To earn a B.A. in Applied Arts and Sciences, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including:
- General Education courses
- 30 credits at the 300 or 400 level:
- Focus area courses (choose one; 18 credits)
- Additional courses (in one or two other disciplines; 12 credits)
For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.
The course schedule depends on the individual focus area chosen. Available focus areas include: