Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
Located in Beaumont, Texas, Lamar University provides online education for students as an alternative to a formal classroom setting.
Lamar University’s Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Academic Partnership allows students to take an assemblage of eight- and 15-week courses during the semester. Students are restricted to 18 credit hours total during a semester, or nine hours during an eight-week course. In-state tuition for classes are $450, and $603 for out-of-state.
Admission requirement states one of the three criteria must be met: 45 hours of college credit, three years of active military service, or five years post-high school.
Academic Partnership requires 48 hours in Core Curriculum, 45 Advanced Electives, and 27 Lower Electives.
The Applied Arts and Science Academic Partnership is intended to assist in critical thinking. AASC courses are designed to aid in helping students know develop goals and which direction to go in their degree. ACCS courses include Senior Seminar, Lifelong Learning, and Prior Experimental Learning Credit.
Degree Level: Bachelor Completion
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Since its founding in 1923, the well-noted public research institute, Lamar University has continued growing. It serves as a "Military Friendly School," especially through the development of its distance learning programs. Moreover, the accelerated five and eight week terms the online branch of the school has designed eases the learning of adult students juggling coursework and careers. Lamar University is awards Associate's, Baccalaureate, Master's, and Doctorate degrees.
LU Online undergraduate programs offer several different degree options. The University also offers graduate degree and certification programs for those desiring to advance their studies.
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