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Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies

Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies

The Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (B.T.A.S.) is primarily intended for students who have already completed two years from an accredited community college, accredited regional campus/university, or an accredited technical college and who wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The program provides students with the practical application of knowledge and skills necessary for advancement in their chosen careers and integrates the technical skills developed during the first two years with the professional skills instilled in a bachelor’s degree program.

16:1
Student to faculty ratio for classroom instruction at OHIO Southern
97%
OHIO Southern first-year students received financial aid in Fall 2021*

Technical & Applied Studies Courses

A minimum of 120 hours is needed to meet the requirements for a baccalaureate degree.

FULL PROGRAM DETAILS

Example Courses

 

Upper-Level Course Requirement

Complete a minimum of 30 hours at the 3000-4000 level.

 

Professional Skills Core

  • TAS 3010 - Introduction to Technical and Applied Studies 
  • TAS 3110 - Diversity, Ethics, and Collaboration 
  • TAS 3210 - Research for Technical and Applied Studies 
  • TAS 4040 - Ethics and Organizational Social Responsibility 
  • TAS 4110 - Leadership and Workplace Effectiveness 
  • TAS 4140 - Workplace Interactions in a Diverse Society 
  • TAS 4240 - Technology and Research in the Workforce 
  • TAS 4340 - Applied Leadership in the Workplace 
  • TAS 4440 - Collaboration in the Workplace 
  • TAS 4510 - Technical and Applied Studies Capstone Seminar

 

 

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    Potential Careers


    This degree provides you with the soft skills that employers look for. This program emphasizes teamwork, leadership, diversity, integrity, technology and written and oral communications. Graduates have careers in business, marketing, health technology, human services, computer sciences, and more.

    • First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers make an annual median wage of $61,370 as of As of 2022.
    • Employment demand for Information Technology Project Managers is projected to grow by 8-10% by 2031.

     

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    Tuition and Fees


    The OHIO Guarantee takes the guesswork out of budgeting for college and provides a fixed rate table for tuition and most fees for four years (or 12 consecutive semesters).

    Financial aid for undergraduate students (regardless of discipline) is available in the form of scholarships, grants and student loans. Visit our Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships to learn more.

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    West Virginia and Kentucky Residents


    Exploring the Southern or Eastern Campus? Residents of West Virginia can now qualify for in-state tuition. Kentucky residents in nearby counties can qualify for in-state tuition at OHIO Southern or Athens. Access the resources of a large, public university at an affordable, regional campus rate.

Program Admission Requirements

First-Year Students

Anyone who holds a high school diploma or has a GED certificate is eligible for admission to any Ohio University regional campus. Regional campuses have a rolling admissions policy which means that students may be admitted anytime during the year. Applicants will be accepted until class begins each semester. However, prospective students are advised to begin the application process as soon as possible so that they may be given important dates and deadlines in a timely manner. Freshmen applicants are encouraged to complete an online application for enrollment.

 

Transfer and Current OHIO Students

You are a transfer applicant if you have completed nine or more semester (12 quarter) hours at another institution after you graduated from high school. If you have completed fewer than nine semester hours, you will apply as a freshman applicant. To apply as a transfer student, applicants are encouraged to complete an online application for enrollment.

 

Taneka Willis, Site Manager, Adena Health Center-Western Avenue, BTAS ‘2023

When I decided to go back to school to obtain my bachelor’s degree, I wanted a program that supported my growth into supervisory or administrative positions with Adena Health Systems. My degree has helped me be a better leader to those I serve. I gained knowledge and skill that I have applied as a manager. This degree has prepared me to pursue my master's degree and will help with future career opportunities and growth at my organization. 

Student Taneka Willis with Rufus

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