Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies

November 15, 2020
January 11, 2021

BTAS BannerThis Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (BTAS) program is ideal for students and working adults who want to move into supervisory or administrative positions within their company or industry. The program is designed to be a smooth transition from an associate degree to a bachelor degree. It is suitable for people who have work experience or who have earned an associate degree.

A smooth transition

  • The Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies is a 2+2 program, meaning it is designed for students with an associate degree.
  • The program was designed to be an easy transition from the associate level to the bachelor level, making it easier on students to achieve a higher level of education.
  • For current high school students or those who still need to pursue their associate degree, there are multiple associate degree programs that align well for those that would like to complete their Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies.

What to expect with UC’s online Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies Program

With the Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies program, you will:

  • Earn your bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati, a globally recognized leader in higher education.
  • Learn more about communication, collaboration and strategic planning skills that will help you advance your career and reach your goals.
  • Enroll as a junior and enjoy our online class model that combines a flexible schedule with personal attention.
  • Take advantage of low tuition rates that help you save money, while preparing you to earn more in your professional career.

The Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies program was designed through feedback we received from business leaders regarding the skills and training they look for in prospective managers and supervisors. It can help you take your career to the next level or make sure you are better prepared when you begin your professional career.

By the numbers

Your earning potential is greatly affected by your level of education. Those holding a bachelor's degree earn nearly 30% more per week than those with an associate degree.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
"Occupations that typically require a bachelor's degree for entry are projected to have millions of openings each year, on average, from 2016 to 2026."
Bureau of Labor Statistics

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