Transfer Information Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree – The AAS Degree is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce in one of the identified Del Mar College career and technical programs. Responsibilities for Transfer Degrees It is your responsibility to know the specific requirements of the college or university to which you plan to transfer. This responsibility includes knowing course requirements, number of credit hours accepted and grade-point average for admission. You should consult with your academic advisor at the earliest opportunity after being admitted to Del Mar College and begin developing an education plan. Thereafter, you should confer with the advisor regularly each semester while completing the education plan toward the associate degree. Where transferability permits, course substitution is permitted on recommendation of advisor and approval of both the dean of your major area and the dean over the course in question. Check these links for possible transfers http://www.utb.edu/its/olt/Pages/pBAThst.aspx University of Texas at Brownsville B.A.T. Health Services Technology: This degree completion program, offered by the University of Texas at Brownsville, is designed for graduates of Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees in the Allied Health and Nursing fields. Students can take 16 of the courses toward the Bachelor of Applied Technology in Health Services Technology. http://gisc.tamucc.edu/BAS.pdfTexas A&M University-Corpus Christi is launching the Bachelor of Applied Sciences (BAS) program, a versatile degree designed to enhance your skills. This program allows students who have earned an AAS degree to transfer up to 75 hours towards a four-year degree. The BAS builds on students' occupational or technical knowledge and enables AAS graduates to transfer to a baccalaureate degree without the significant loss of credit. http://conhs.tamucc.edu/Undergrad_BSHS.html Texas A&M University is dedicated to building programs of academic excellence of which the Bachelors of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) academic program is one. This growing academic program is focused on preparing professionals with the ability to improve through innovation, collaboration, and application the practice of healthcare management across the health care spectrum. The program graduates individuals qualified as professional managers of health care at the entry level.