Texas Tech University

Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences Renewable Energy

 Credit Hours
Core Curriculum
College of Arts & Sciences

About the Program

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science (BAAS) in Renewable Energy is a dynamic program designed to propel the careers of individuals who have completed an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in renewable energy technology. By seamlessly integrating technical expertise with essential leadership skills, this program prepares students to excel in diverse professional environments within the renewable energy sector. Its meticulously tailored curriculum strikes a balance between enhancing technical proficiencies and fostering managerial competencies, ensuring graduates are well-equipped to tackle real-world challenges. What sets the BAAS in Renewable Energy apart is its fully online delivery, offering students the flexibility to pursue their education without geographical limitations. Furthermore, the program recognizes the value of prior academic accomplishments by accepting up to 33 hours of AAS workforce credit and a maximum of 80 transfer credit hours, minimizing credit loss and providing a streamlined path to earning a bachelor's degree in renewable energy.

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