At IU, we understand that you already have skills and experience as a result of your Associate of Applied Science (AAS). Now you can take these skills to a new level of opportunity. With the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.), you can save time and money with a degree that suits your needs. All with the quality of Indiana University.

You may apply to the B.A.S. program if you hold an AAS from a regionally accredited institution. With the B.A.S., you can:

  • Apply 60 to 64 credits from your AAS toward the 120 needed for the B.A.S.
  • Choose the track that's best for you! We have tracks in health care, informatics, sustainability, or an individualized track option.
  • Complete your course work online, on campus, or through a combination of online and on-campus classes.
  • Earn a top-quality bachelor's degree in two years of full-time study (30 credits per year).

By completing a B.A.S., you are supplementing your technical expertise with skills in supervision, communication, accounting and bookkeeping, and marketing—all skills that employers value in today's competitive economy.

The IU Online B.A.S. features four tracks.

  • Health Care Management
    The healthcare management track may appeal to you if you hold an A.A.S. in one of the many healthcare fields, such as medical assisting, healthcare support, paramedic science, and medical laboratory technology.

    View the B.A.S. Health Care Management track degree information

  • Individualized
    Choose the individualized track if you hold an A.A.S. in a field other than healthcare or the sciences. The individualized track is highly flexible.

    View the B.A.S. Individualized track degree information

  • Informatics
    The informatics track may appeal if you hold an Associate of Applied Science in Computing or an Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology, and would like to prepare yourself for a career in informatics, computing, software and interface design, and other areas of problem-solving.

    View the B.A.S. Informatics track degree information

  • Sustainability Studies
    The sustainability studies track may appeal to you if you hold an AAS in a science field, especially in biology, chemistry, ecology, geosciences, or other similar fields.

    View the B.A.S. Sustainability Studies track degree information

Please review the appropriate checksheet for more information on how your A.A.S. degree fits into the online B.A.S. program.

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