Online Options

With the BAAS, you have the option of completing all of the courses required for your degree online. Online courses which may be used to satisfy each component of the BAAS degree are listed below.

Please note that most BAAS students have completed at least part of the University Core prior to joining the program. Not all University Core requirements are available online at UNT.

Click to expand the list of courses for the following three categories:

Professional Foundations – 9 hours

All three courses are required.

PACS 3000 Pathways to Civic Engagement
PACS 3020 Fundamentals of Inquiry and Discovery
PACS 4050 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

Professional Development – 36 hours

Select three disciplines; choose four courses from each selected discipline. Click on the discipline to view available courses:

Anthropology

ANTH 1010 Introduction to Anthropology
ANTH 1150 World Cultures through Film
ANTH 2300 Culture and Society
ANTH 3101 Anthropology of American Culture & Society
ANTH 4300 Migrants and Refugees

Applied Gerontology

AGER 4450 The Family in Later Life - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
AGER 4500 Long-term Care Case Management with Older Adults
AGER 4550 Sociology of Aging - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
AGER 4560 Minority Aging
AGER 4750 Sexuality and Aging
AGER 4780 Aging Programs and Services

Criminal Justice

CJUS 2100 Crime and Justice in the United States
CJUS 3210 Judicial and Legal Systems - Prerequisite: CJUS 2100
CJUS 3400 Correctional Systems - Prerequisite: CJUS 2100
CJUS 3630 Drugs, Crime and Society
CJUS 4360 Criminal Investigation - Prerequisite: CJUS 2100, 3201, 3300

Development and Family Studies

HDFS 1013 Human Development
HDFS 3123 Child Development
HDFS 3423 Family, School and Community - Prerequisite: junior or senior standing
HDFS 4011 Pre-practicum - Prerequisite: junior or senior standing

Management

MGMT 3330 Communicating in Business
MGMT 3720 Organizational Behavior
MGMT 3820 Management Concepts
MGMT 3830 Operations Management - Prerequisite: DSCI 2710 (offered online)
MGMT 3860 Human Resource Management
MGMT 4170 Employee and Labor Relations
MGMT 4210 E-Management: Managing in a Digital Economy - Prerequisite: MGMT 3820
MGMT 4660 International Management Perspectives
MGMT 4860 Organizational Design and Change

Marketing

MKTG 3660 Advertising Marketing - Prerequisite: MKTG 3650 (not currently offered online)
MKTG 3700 Marketing Metrics - Prerequisite: MKTG 3650 (not currently offered online)
MKTG 4520 Marketing Channels and Strategic Partnerships - Prerequisite: MKTG 3650 (not currently offered online)
MKTG 4600 Retailing - Prerequisite: MKTG 3650 (not currently offered online)
MKTG 4630 Electronic Retailing and Promotion Strategies - Prerequisite: MKTG 3650 (not currently offered online)

Non-Profit Studies

PACS 4200 Leadership Theory and Practice for Volunteer Managers
PACS 4210 Introduction to Philanthropy and Fundraising
PACS 4220 Proposal Writing and Grants Administration
PACS 4230 Social Evolution of Volunteerism
PACS 4240 Volunteer Management Concepts and Applications
PACS 4250 Community Resource Mapping
PACS 4260 Volunteer Program Planning and Evaluation

Rehabilitation Studies

RHAB 3000 Micro-counseling
RHAB 3100 Disability and Society
RHAB 3200 Physical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability I
RHAB 3400 Physical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability II - Prerequisite: RHAB 3200 or departmental consent
RHAB 3900 Case Management in Rehabilitation - Prerequisite: RHAB 3000 and RHAB 3100
RHAB 4700 Employment Services - Prerequisite: RHAB 3100 or departmental consent

Sociology

SOCI 1510 Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 1520 Contemporary Social Problems
SOCI 3000 Sociology of Marriage and the Family - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 3300 Urban Sociology - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 3330 Social Stratification - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 3550 Collective Behavior - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 3560 Sociology of Disasters - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 3600 The Multiracial Family
SOCI 3900 Race and Christianity
SOCI 4340 Social Psychology and Behavior in the Social Environment - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 4350 Community Organization - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 4540 Race and Ethnic Minorities - Prerequisite: SOCI 1510
SOCI 4750 World Population Trends and Problems

University Core – 42 hours

Click on the discipline to view available courses in that discipline:

English – 6 hours

# No online courses currently available

Mathematics – 3 hours

DSCI 2710 Data Analysis with Spreadsheets

Natural Science – 6 hours

BIOL 1710 Principles of Biology I
HMGT 2460 Introduction to Nutrition Science

History – 6 hours

HIST 2610 United States History to 1865
HIST 2620 United States History since 1865

Political Science – 6 hours

# No online courses currently available

Visual and Performing Arts - 3 hours

ART 1300 Art Appreciation for Non-Majors
ART 2350 Art History Survey I

Humanities – 3 hours

# No online courses currently available

Social and Behavioral Sciences – 3 hours

AGER 4560 Minority Aging
ANTH 1010 Introduction to Anthropology
ANTH 2300 Culture and Society
CJUS 2100 Crime and Justice in the United States
ECON 1100 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 1110 Principles of Macroeconomics
RHAB 3100 Disability and Society
SOCI 1510 Introduction to Sociology

Discovery – 3 hours

ANTH 1150 World Cultures through Film
ART 1300 Art Appreciation for Non-Majors
HIST 1050 World History to the Sixteenth Century
HIST 1060 World History from the Sixteenth Century
MGMT 3330 Communicating in Business
RHAB 3000 Microcounseling

Capstone – 3 hours

CMHT 4750 Managing a Diverse Workforce (prerequisite – senior standing)
MUET 3020 Popular Music in American Culture