Board of Governors
What you already know may be worth college credit. Adults continually learn new skills while on the job through travel, reading, volunteering and special interests. The Board of Governors Associate of Applied Science is a flexible degree designed for busy adults who want to earn a college degree. It can save countless hours and dollars in your quest to achieve your educational goals by awarding college credit for work and life experiences. The Board of Governors Associate of Applied Science degree is one of several pathways into our Regents Bachelor of Arts degree.
You can construct an individualized educational degree plan by combining:
• Military Credit
• Prior College Credits
• Portfolio Review
• On-the-Job Experience through Co-Operative Education
• Credits Awarded through Standardized Testing (CLEP, DANTES, etc.)
• Traditional or Distance Courses Offered Through West Virginia’s Community and Technical Colleges
Board of Governors Associate of Applied Science
This degree requires 60-credit hours and must be the first associate degree earned. The structure of the degree assures flexibility in program design to meet the individual needs of adult students. The required general education courses assure the development of essential skills and competencies necessary for an associate degree level graduate.
What can I do with this degree?
Through the Board of Governors Associate of Applied Science program, adult students can establish deserved credentials, achieve a personal sense of accomplishment and position themselves for advancement into a baccalaureate program. This is an opportunity for degree completion at the associate degree level specifically devised for adult learners to:
Estimated rates for the current academic year. Additional course fees may apply and rates are subject to change.