Department of Applied Studies
Special off-campus offerings, Study Abroad activities or intercollegiate courses will be subject to additional costs and require an advisor’s approval.
During the first semester of course work, each student is enrolled in APST 101 Adult Learning Theory, a course that acquaints students with ACU’s academic environment and establishes rapport among the entering cohort group. To remain in the BAS program, a student may not withdraw from this course without approval from the department. Choosing to withdraw without approval constitutes withdrawal from the program.
Bible Hours Required of BAS Transfer Students
Transfer hours credited to ACU degree
Bible hours required for ACU degree
BIBL 101, 102, 211, elective, 440
BIBL 101, 102, 211, 440
80 or higher
|BIBL 101, 211, 440|
Note: Text courses may be any undergraduate BIBL course except BIBL 300, 400, or 420. Acceptable non-text courses
are: BIBD 332, 368, 379, 380, 486; BIBH 383; BIBM 312, 390, 401, 405, 434, 435, 436, 437, 442.
|BAS: APPLIED STUDIES DEGREE PLAN (AS)|
Please see the University Requirements section of this catalog.
APST 101 Adult Learning Theory
SOCI 460 Ethics or Social Issues or
BIBD 486 Ethics
TOTAL BAS CORE
|EMPHASIS AND SUPPORT (TOTAL 54 HOURS)|
Area of Emphasis (36 hours)
Bible and Related Studies
TOTAL (minimum of 18 advanced hours)
Area of Support (18 hours)
Any area approved by advisor (minimum of 6 advanced hours)
|TOTAL MAJOR HOURS|
|OTHER GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS|
Hours at ACU*
Minimum GPA in area of emphasis
Minimum GPA for graduation
Minimum advanced hours
Minimum advanced hours at ACU, emphasis area
Minimum total hours
Courses numbered 0** do not count in
*25 percent of required courses, including the last 24 hours.