Associate in Applied Science Board of Governors Degree

Board of Governors Adult Completion Degree

Are you an adult student who:

  • Wishes to complete your college degree but life and work commitments have become your main priority
  • has previous college credits but no degree
  • has extensive work history or technical training you feel could qualify as college level credit, and/or
  • Is a veteran


What you already know may be worth college credit. Adults continually learn new skills in many situations-on the job, through travel, reading, volunteering and special interests. With a goal of preparing a more highly trained West Virginian citizenry to meet our workforce and civic needs and compete in the 21st-century job market with advanced and hands-on skills, West Virginia two year state colleges are reaching out with this integrated, statewide associate degree.


New River is here to help you attain your dream of completing college by offering this degree. This degree (click here to review requirements on page 101) can give you a jump start to an associate degree by completing a portfolio from prior work and life experiences. The portfolio process can validate your college level learning experiences and credentials as well as save precious time. The portfolio process is convenient, flexible and cost effective. If you feel you are a good candidate to prepare a work/life experience portfolio, schedule an appointment with the BOG degree program coordinator for an advising interview.


Students are eligible for admission to this program two years after high school graduation. Students must not hold any other degree from an accredited institution nor be enrolled simultaneously in another degree program. You can apply for admission here


There is no time like the present to get started on the completion of your college degree. Our student affairs professionals can help you get on the right track to see the completion of your degree happen. Contact the Board of Governors degree coordinator, Donna Lewis, at 304-647-6566 for more information.



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