Students from the University of Iowa met with Sioux City leaders to develop innovative ways to grow and sustain the area economy on August 27th. The students will be continuing to work with local officials over the next year to improve trails, develop the Floyd Boulevard area of Leeds and conduct a housing study, among other areas.
Take control of what, when, and where you learn, which is just one of the great aspects of an online Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) from The University of Iowa.
Designed for community college graduates, when you enroll in our BAS program you’ll complete your degree at a distance and at your own pace. No campus visits are required.
Our BAS program does not call for completion of the traditional academic major. Instead, you can develop an individual program through General Studies or choose from our list of track options, including certificates and areas of emphasis. You also will work with an advisor to develop your own plan of study within the parameters of the degree requirements.
All University of Iowa course work is semester-based so while you may submit your application at any time, you begin course work at the start of the fall (August), spring (January), or summer (May) sessions.
The BAS is an excellent choice if you have an associate's degree and would like to earn your bachelor's degree at a distance.
Is the BAS right for you? Keep reading to find out!
The Master of Family and Consumer Sciences—Youth Development degree program is a 36-credit, web-based program that has its roots in Positive Youth Development. Rather than focusing solely on corrective measures, a Positive Youth Development approach equips individuals in the second decade of life with the skill set necessary for a successful transition into adulthood. A Youth Development Specialist Graduate Certificate and Youth Program Management and Evaluation Graduate Certificate are also available. Both certificate programs include a 13-credit subset of the master’s degree program offered online.
Designed for graduates of career and technical programs from Iowa’s community colleges, the Technology Management Bachelor of Arts degree program focuses on industry — its organization, resources, processes and management technologies. Incorporating an applied approach to critical thinking, communication and problem solving skills, this program provides a broad technical background with strong manufacturing skills. Complete the program on UNI’s campus, through distance education (online and video conferencing) or a combination of both. For more information about this program visit www.uni.edu/continuinged/tech-management.