Applied Science

Applied Science

See Program Requirements Already have an Associate’s degree in a trade or technical area? Want to pursue a bachelor’s degree that complements and incorporates your prior college work? Then our Bachelor of Applied Science degree is specially designed with you in mind. Our BAS builds on degree work you’ve already completed and complements it with a Liberal Arts education so you can attain your bachelor’s degree in the shortest amount of time possible.

  • Climb that Ladder

    Climb that Ladder

    Our job is to help you move to the next level of your chosen career. Our Bachelor of Applied Science is how we get you there.

  • Take 365

    Take 365

    Days that is. We’ll find the best way to build on the degree work you’ve already completed so you can get your BAS with us in one year.

  • Experience Counts

    Experience Counts

    If you have skills you’ve already developed, you may be able to earn college credit for it through our Prior Learning Assessment process.

  • Keeping You on Track

    Keeping You on Track

    We work closely with you to ensure you’re able to blend the college work you’ve already done with the subject area you want to focus on now.

There are four components to the degree. You need to:

  • have an Associate of Applied Science degree from an accredited community or technical college.
  • meet the University general education requirements worth 44 credits, some of which may be transferred in from his/her associate’s work.
  • select a minor from offerings in the current UMPI catalogue.
  • take at least 30 credits of your BAS coursework at UMPI, 12 of which must be in a selected minor and 18 of which must be upper level courses (300- 400). These 18 upper level credits taken at UMPI may be taken as part of the GEC, the minor, or as elective credit.

All candidates for the bachelor’s degree must complete the General Education Curriculum.

Program Requirements

Contact Us

Kim-Anne Perkins
203 Normal Hall
181 Main St.
Presque Isle, ME 04769

Phone: (207) 768-9428
Fax: (207) 768-9433
kimanne.perkins@maine.edu