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Online Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Technology (BAAS)

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Industrial Technology Online

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science – Industrial Technology (BAAS-IT) online program at The University of Texas Permian Basin prepares students who have already earned an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree for valuable career advancement opportunities.

This 100% online program allows graduates to enhance technical knowledge and deepen leadership skills relevant to careers in industrial technology. Students develop not only their technical skills but also their sense of collaboration, creativity, communication, and accountability. Graduates of the program will be equipped to meet the new and emerging challenges of a modern high technology society. Students without industry experience can participate in an internships, while those with industry experience can develop and lead significant projects in their careers.

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Careers for Industrial Technology Majors

This degree will open doors to a variety of careers, including:

  • Industrial Production Manager
  • Cost Estimator
  • Sales Manager
  • Plant Manager
  • Quality Assurance Manager
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Procurement manager

Degree Requirements

  • To be admitted to this program, students must have an AAS degree or have at least 24 semester hours of vocational or technical credit from an accredited community or technical college.
  • The minimum total credits required for a B.A.A.S. in Industrial Technology is 120.
  • Obtain at least a “C” grade in all courses counting toward the major. Maintain a grade point average of at least 2.0 in all courses applicable toward the B.A.A.S.
  • B.A.A.S. students must complete a minor. At least 12 sch must be upper level. No more than six sch from courses applied toward the B.A.A.S. major may be used towards the minor.

B.A.A.S.-I.T Degree Requirements

  • 42 semester credit hours of upper-level courses must be completed.
  • A block of 30 semester credit hours from the technical field of the A.A.S. degree will be applied to the B.A.A.S. degree.
  • Students must complete 27 sch in courses related to their A.A.S. specialty.