UNT offers three online bachelor's completion degrees

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

DENTON (UNT), Texas -- The University of North Texas -- already the largest provider of online credit courses among public universities in Texas -- now offers three online bachelor's completion degrees for students who have earned an associate's degrees from a community college or have fulfilled their undergraduate core course requirements in previous college work.

The first of the three online completion degrees is the Bachelor of Arts degree in general studies offered through the College of Arts and Sciences.

The second is the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree in applied technology and performance improvement offered through the Department of Technology and Cognition in the College of Education.

And the third is the BAAS degree in organizational development offered through the College of Public Affairs and Community Service.

According to Dr. Arlita Harris, senior marketing specialist in UNT's Center for Distributed Learning, "With today's ongoing development of electronic mediums, the learning opportunities and experiences for students taking advantage of UNT's eCampus courses go far beyond the traditional classroom. They can take courses from the location of their choice -- any time, day or night."

UNT currently offers 31 online degree programs and certificates.

"In addition to online courses, eCampus also provides students with opportunities to blend face-to-face and videoconference interactions with online instruction," Harris said.

For registration information or more information on the bachelor's completion degrees and UNT's other eCampus programs and certificates -- visit www.UNTeCampus.com or contact Harris at 940-565-2942.

UNT News Service Phone Number: (940) 565-2108

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