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Students must complete the following institutional graduation requirements for a baccalaureate degree from Eastern Oregon University (EOU).
Students must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language through any one of the following means:
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) is a degree program available to students who have successfully completed an Associate of Applied Science degree. The BAS option is currently available in Agriculture Entrepreneurship, Business, Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Emergency Medical Systems Administration (EMSA). Information Technology Management and Sustainable Communities. Completion of the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program consists of 45 credits that meet EOU’s General Education requirements, 60 credits of program course work from the College of Business, and 60 credits of technical/professional classes from the Associate of Applied Science degree. In addition to 60 credits of technical/professional credits, other credits earned in the Associate of Applied Science degree may be transferred to satisfy EOU’s institutional graduation requirements.
Students can declare a music major in the Bachelor of Music. See the Music section of Art, Humanities and Social Sciences for major requirements.
In addition to any coursework used to satisfy the math competency requirements, an additional twelve (12) credits of coursework is required in one of the following areas: social science, natural science, computer science, or mathematics.
Associate DegreesMinimum 90 credits, including 60 general education credits are required for an associate’s degree.
Requirements for an AA degree will consist of the following:
CertificatesCertificates are generally 20-45 credits, with an emphasis on development of intellectual and practical skills in a particular field of study are required. Fewer credits may be acceptable if there is a strong, coherent skills-based justification.
Requirements for a Certificate will consist of the following:
Once a degree is awarded the programs and courses within the degree may not be changed. Additional concentrations or minors may not be added. Students wishing to complete additional programs must earn an additional degree. Degrees can be re-printed with changed name. Please see the Registrar’s diploma website for additional information.