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Bachelor of Applied Science
The Bachelor of Applied Science degree at Tennessee Wesleyan College is designed for students who currently hold an associate of applied science degree or have two years of college credits.
The All College Requirements for the B.A.S. degree consist of the following courses:
English Composition 6 s.h.
Literature/Foreign Language/Fine Arts 3 s.h.
Speech 3 s.h.
Behavioral Science 3 s.h.
Religion 3 s.h.
Philosophy/Upper Division Religion 3 s.h.
Mathematics 6 s.h.
Lab Science 4 s.h.
History 3 s.h.
Admission to the Evening Program requires that students hold an associate degree from an accredited college or 60-64 semester hours of credit from accredited colleges with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Specific admission procedures may be found on the page for the Evening Program.
Transfer credit will be granted for course work applicable towards a bachelor's degree taken from a regionally- accredited institution. Credit may also be awarded in limited amounts for credit by Examination, Correspondence, Military course work, and Non-Collegiate Instruction. Additional details are provided in the Academic Life section of the College's annual catalog.
Costs for the Evening Program are stated in dollars per credit hour.
Students who are eligible for tuition benefits from their employer may be able to defer the employer's share until the semester ends. Arrangements must be made with the Business Office each semester on or before registration. A letter from the employer is required. Federal and State financial aid are available to evening students on the same basis as day students. Please refer to the Financial Aid page for specific details or call the Tennessee Wesleyan College Financial Aid Office to speak with a counselor.
Registration is conducted through each campus coordinator. Books are available at each campus during final registration. Students who miss final registration are responsible for obtaining their own books (arrangements can be made with the campus bookstore) and contacting the campus coordinator to complete registration.
The College's policies and dates for drop/add and withdrawal are the same for both sites and can be found in the College's annual catalog. To learn more about these exciting educational opportunities geared toward the working adult, contact: