Associate of Applied Science to Bachelor Degree Pathways
Grand Valley State University is proud to participate in the MiWorkforce Pathways. MiWorkforce Pathways are transfer agreements between applied workforce degrees at community colleges and the following GVSU's bachelor of applied science degree programs, as well as GVSU's Integrative Studies Online Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree for Adults. Students from Michigan community colleges can use the advising worksheets linked below to understand how their transfer credits apply to a GVSU bachelor of applied science degree.
Learn more about GVSU's Bachelor's of Applied Science Degrees.
The Bachelor of Applied Science Degree is designed for students who have completed an applied associates degree (including an A.A.A.S, associate in business, associate in general studies, or similar technical applied degree) and are looking to step up in their current career or expand their career opportunities by building out a customized education that combines other interests and technology with a range of stackable certificates.
Learn more about GVSU's Integrative Studies Online Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree for Adults.
The Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts Degree in Integrative Studies is a customizable degree pathway that offers a range of flexible degree pathways and specializations that can be tailored to your unique needs and career goals. Many students earn certificates in Applied Data Analytics, Project Management, Leadership, Business Fundamentals, Intercultural Communications, and others while completing their degree.
To connect directly with an advisor, email [email protected] or call (616) 331-7180.
Learn more about GVSU's Allied Health Sciences Health Professional Degree completion major.
Health professionals whose disciplines have an entry education preparation at the Associate or Associate of Applied Science degree level constitute an important population of healthcare workers today. These professions include medical assisting, occupational therapy assistant, surgical technology, dental hygiene, and dozens more.
The Health Professional Degree Completion emphasis is designed to complement the associate degree professional education with a path to earn a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Sciences (AHS), using both the students’ professional education and the essential components of upper-division baccalaureate education to maximum effectiveness and efficiency. Not only is there career enhancement for the healthcare professional with a bachelor of science, but earning a baccalaureate also provides the prerequisite knowledge for the expansion of skills to graduate programs.
To determine if you are eligible for this program, you are invited to set up a Zoom or in-person appointment with Michelle Johnson by calling 616-331-5900. You may also send an email inquiry to [email protected].