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Associate's degree is an undergraduate academic degree awarded by junior colleges, community colleges, technical colleges, and bachelor's degree-granting universities and colleges upon completion of a two-year course. In the US and Canada, an associate's degree is equivalent to the first two years of a four-year degree course.
It depends on the college you attend, but general education courses usually include English comp., science, history, government, arts, and assorted. General education online courses in over 80 subject including: math, science, language arts, music, art, psychology and special education.
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Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees In general, Associates and Bachelors degrees are considered undergraduate course work, while the Masters and Doctoral degrees are considered graduate course work. Graduate course work - in most cases - is very specific and particular to one field of study. Thus, th…
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It depends on the school. My school has two fifteen week semesters (fall and spring). It also has three one month semesters during the summer and a semester during the summer that lasts all summer long.   There are two semesters in a year of college. Schools that divide their years into quart…
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You could get a job as a lead preschool teacher sometimes you can be a director and even a supervisor. Check your states requirements to give you a better idea since each states if dramatically different. You could probably get a decent paying job as a pre-school teacher. Check it out in your area.…
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Answer The Carnegie system awards 1 credit per 50 or 55 minute class session per week over the course of a semester. I assume the statement means there is more (or less) class time required for the programming courses. It may be that the courses are "stacked" or offered in another alternative de…
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Well, If you go to school for 4 years then you earn a BA, which is to me the lowest professional degree higher then the 2 year A.A which is just general. Then if you go to school for 2 more years to equal 6 you earn a Masters which is the middle professional degree, then if you go at the least 2 m…
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I'm not exactly sure what kind of good paying job that you could get but I would recommend visiting salary.com and looking into the 30000-40000 salary range and seeing if your job fits in there. Also do a search on yahoo for jobs in that field and a website that's like stats.bls.gov will come up an…
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No. Four years for a Bachelor's degree for you major and an Associates degree for your minor. Or you can take extra credit in modules you are interested in but your degree doesnt cover (provided you meet the pre-requisites)
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Yes, the CCAF is an accredited school. It is equivalent to any degree from any other accredited school.
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Actually the real question is what happens after? Do you get a job, since that's the main reason wer all attending it...???
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A baccalaureate is a more formal name for a "Bachelor's Degree." A baccalaureate degree is awarded after completing at least 120 credit hours of college coursework, usually done in four years. The first 60 hours being lower-division or general education courses and the last 60 or so consisting of u…
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If you go to school full time (at least 15 credits per semester), you can complete your degree in two years. However, the average amount of time it takes to complete an associates degree in the U.S. attending school part time is six years. Though associate's degree are two-year programs, it will tak…
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It should not be a problem. However, you need to find out if the on-line university is regionally or nationally accredited Make sure the university is regionally and it should be recognized by any university. AIU On-line and University of Phoenix--the two most popular on-line universities--are regio…
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Yes, you can take more credits than required but only those that are required will be credited to your degree. However, whenever you decide to go to another college or even an on-line school some, if not all, of those extra credits can be transferred which will eliminate from taking other courses th…
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There are several advantages when obtaining any degree even the minimal, that being an Associates. Bottom line, any attempt to better yourself is noticed by employers. I am making 55K a year living in NY. I am being compensated for my work experience not my degree I recently earned. However, now tha…
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Answer You can write software. Or you can get a job at Initech going through thousands of lines of code changing 99 to 2000 in the dates. Answer AAS in Computer Science Technology? The two-year MCSE? Quite a few people with that degree work in companies that sell, install and provide t…
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Answer McDonald's, or maybe a bookstore. Seriously, an Associate's degree in English doesn't buy you much. You need at least a Bachelor's degree for any position I can think of, including a "first grade teacher" as someone else suggested. I would add secretary, office assistant, teacher assistan…
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U.S. Government recognized definition of a 'College Graduate': Bachelor's degree or higher is a commonly used term by the US Census Bureau and other United States government agencies on the federal as well as state and local level. The term describes the portion of the population that has either …
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i really don't know I hate how some applications don't have "Associates Degree" as an option. If you have an associates degree and you are filling out an application like that, you should write "Associates Degree in ____" on the side. I think that shows pride in your achievements, and you deserv…
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THE GOOD NEWS AND THE BAD NEWSCAVEAT: All college students are not ACADEMICALLY oriented. Some may care little for history, English, Sociology, Biology et al. This lack of interest in the traditional trivium/quadrivium base of knowledge does not indicate stupidity or any lack of intelligence relativ…
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Answer It depends on your field-if you are a business student becoming a Certified Microsoft Specialist would be an asset. Talk to a former professor in your field and ask them. Use the college that you graduated from as a resource. They are full of updated books that give specific information a…
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%REPLIES% Answer www.nsbsd.org >Contact Info >Phone Directory >Personnel assistant (classified) Answer The requirements for ParaEducators are that you have at least an Associates Degree, or 2 years of college. If not, you must pass a core competencies test. These are federal requirements, f…
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Up to about $15.00 per hour in most areas of the country some areas more and some areas less.. Do not expect a career with this degree, it is really just a stepping stone to a Bachelor's degree. You will likely get yourself a customer serevice position at a reasonable company if you are lucky in our…
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A person with an associate degree in business management will certainly qualify for an entry level management position in virtually any field; especially if its coupled with several years of experience in that perspective field.
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You can go straight to a 4 year program and get your Bachelor's. However, some people like to start with the Associate's degree so they can get a job in their field while attending the additional 2 years in school. Another advantage to getting the Associate Degree first, some companies will help pay…
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Some direct career options include:1. Activist 2. Fundraiser 3.Immigration officer 4. Legal secretary 5. Legislative aide 6. Lobbyist 7. Mediator 8. Paralegal 9. Political aide 10. Politician 11. Public affair reporter 12. Public opinion analystSome indirect options include:1. Community worker. 2. E…
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Answer The best place for the answer to this question is the college offering the degree. The division office or academic department that offers the degree should have information on the kinds of jobs their graduates have obtained.
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The best place for the answer to this question is the college offering the degree. The division office or academic department that offers the degree should have information on the kinds of jobs their graduates have obtained.
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Answer The best place for the answer to this question is the college offering the degree. The division office or academic department that offers the degree should have information on the kinds of jobs their graduates have obtained.
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Answer The best place for the answer to this question is the college offering the degree. The division office or academic department that offers the degree should have information on the kinds of jobs their graduates have obtained.
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The best place for the answer to this question is the college offering the degree. The division office or academic department that offers the degree should have information on the kinds of jobs their graduates have obtained.The job market in the area often dictates the ease of obtaining a job, coupl…
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Ideas from Answers contributors: Some possibilities are entry level office type jobs in accounting, human resources, customer service, sales, reception, or as an administrative assistant. Your degree will get you in the door of many large companies. Remember it boils down to what you want to do p…
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Traditionally, many aspiring art teachers complete a bachelor's degree program in art education. However, students can also become art teachers after obtaining a bachelor's degree in media and fine arts. Many students concentrate in a specific art-related field, such as art history, graphic arts, pa…
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Answer Every school is slightly different in their requirements. You would need to decide where you want to go and then see what their requirements are. For an Associates in any subject area there are a broad range of courses that are required: Math, Science, History, Physical Education, English…
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An associate's degree in management may only result in a middle entry position paying $28,000 to $35,000. For a 2008 median wage list of 25 top pays with associates degrees visit the Related Link.
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The only programs I can think of that can be completed in a year to a year and a half are CNA/LVN programs, but for RNs I think you should expect to finish the program in 2 to 3 years.   At the school I go to (a community college in NC), after finishing all the pre-reqs, the actual nursing po…
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Answer Twelve dollars an hour as an Assistant Director at a child care institution..that equates to under $25K a year
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It will depend on the course requirements for the bachelors degree. Typically you can apply your course work from your asscoiates degree to the bachelors - as long as those course meet requirements for the associates degree. Only the coursees you took for your associates degree that will count are t…
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%REPLIES% Answer Felony and graduating.... No, community colleges in Texas will not prevent you from graduating if you have felony. Working in the field or getting certification may be a different story. For example, you could get a degree in education with a felony, but legally you cannot…
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If you're asking if colleges and universities tend to treat adult students with lots of life experience and maturity any differently than wet-behind-the-ears, fresh-out-of-high-school kids, then the answer is "probably, yes." Such things as SAT scores and that sort of thing are often not required fo…
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Generally yes. But don't forget there is an invisible discrimination against non-degreed people. So you will have to overcome that handicap by going to night school or other recognized professional education. Once employed, however, your company may pay for this education.
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I had a few jobs...i worked at JC Penny, I was a driver/delivery boy, and now work at The Home Depot. After I received my AA I was not offered a raise and cannot currently find a position anywhere else for more pay...Thank God Im still in college on my way to a BA
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Answer Try posting your resume online and with companies that you are interested in working for.
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Advice for obtaining a job with an associate's degree in psychology:It's difficult to get a job with a psychology degree unless you have at least a Master's. An Associate's degree can only get you the most menial of psych jobs, like a medical receptionist or an orderly in an institution.Most employe…
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Mohawk Valley Community College is the oldest community college in New York State, beginning operations in 1946. Thus, we can approximate this as a date. There are some institutions in New Jersey that issued associate degrees as early as 1933.
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It would be very easy to get a job but it probably won't be doing anything with chemistry. Most chemistry jobs require at least a masters or doctorate. You might be able to find work as a lab assistant doing menial tasks but without an advanced degree it is next to impossible to find work in the fie…
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No, in order to meet the qualifications for the job you must first receive you associates degree.
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Answer Not much. Your high school GPA is very important, but your freshman year is probably the least important. If your grades were bad that year, but improved, write a separate note to the school explaining why that happened and why that means they should accept you Answer Most colleges won…
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It depends upon the field of study that the on-line degree covers as to whether or not an employer really considers it as an "education".It also depends on the firm who would be hiring the candidate,and how established the firm is....
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There are Associates degrees (two years), Bachelors degrees (four years), Masters degrees (one-two years plus Bachelors degree), and Doctoral Degrees (four-ten years plus Bachelors or Bachelors and Masters degrees). There is such a thing as a Certificate, which is for students who want to specialize…
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I am currently earning a bachlors in the entertainment business after receiving an associates in film. If you are interested in the arts and wish to somehow make ends meat off them, then it is VERY important for you to gain a good understanding of the business. The entertainment business is very com…
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Answer According to collegeboard.com the middle 50% of 1st year studends scored between 27 and 32 on their ACT, so that is the area to try and aim for. If you are wondering about the test scores and other information about colleges collegeboard.com is a good place to get the basic information …
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Answer Both are exactly equivalent, B. E. emphasize on In depth concept clarification of Facts. Whereas B.Tech. Emphasize on Practical exposure of Conceptual Knowledge. However Syllabus of both is Equal. Hence when applying for jobs they emphasize on practical knowledges more. As you are an engin…
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Answer Enroll in a Bachelor's Program. Answer You might have a greater chance of obtaining employment as a mental health tech in a group home setting or as a psych tech in an inpatient psych unit. However, these jobs typically only require a HS diploma. There's not really much you can do with…
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An Associates Degree does make you a college graduate. It is obtained from a college and it is a degree. Thus, you are a college grad. Granted it may not be the highly sought after degree for a high powered marketing firm. However, it does give you a leg up, and more credibility, than people who hav…
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Answer Most colleges have a GPA cutoff, so it really depends on what your GPA is. Some schools will put students on academic probation if their GPA is 2.0 or lower. If you think you GPA is too low to make the cutoff for the university you wish to attend, you could stay another sememester or t…
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Answer The starting pay is going to vary widely depending upon your area in social science, state you live in, and your qualifications. I coordinate a social work program in Missouri in a local community college. Here in the midwest, for someone with a two year degree, seeking employment in s…
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The main difference between an associate in applied science degree and an associate in science degree is that an AAS degrees is intended for someone that plans to find a job as soon as they finish school in a specialized area of skill (e.g. welding, automotive, ndt, dental hygenist etc.) whereareas …
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Answer The question specifically asks about a "Bachelor of Arts" degree. The inquirer may just want the definition of a "bachelor's degree". The following is from the 'American Heritage Dictionary': "bachelor's degree n. An academic degree conferred by a college or university upon those…
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Answer As far as I know, you can get an Associates in one field and a BA in another. For example, if you attend Community College and get your associates in Paralegal Studies, you could then turn around and go to a major University and get a Bachelors in Communications. You can get as many degr…
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If you're able, take Dantes and CLEP tests for the General Education Requirements. Check out their websites for test subjects. You could enroll in traditional college classes while studying and taking the CLEP tests to save time. This is what I did for the first year or so, then I started at a pri…
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Answer The 'technical' name for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Accounting is BA(Hons) Accounting. The 'honours' part simply means you have achieved a degree classification from the university. Hope this helps. Anonymous Chartered Accountant..... BA(Hons) ACA
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basically in today's era you have to have at least a b.a to teach elementary education and sometimes they want you to go beyond a b.a.  "No Child Left Behind" requires a BA and certification in the specialized field in order to teach in a public school classroom. That leaves private schools an…
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It certainly doesn't help. You could possibly transfer into one of the school though I don't know if all of those school allow transfer students. If your a transfer student, they don't look so closely at your high school transcript as long as you did really well in the college your transferring from…
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B.S. stands for Bachelor of Science - This is normally a 4-year degree. A.A. stands for Associate in Arts - This is normally a 2-year degree.
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An associates degree in Liberal Arts, more than anything else, prepares students for further study at a 4-year degree granting college or university. Its value lies more in its capacity to prepare students for continuation of studies than for for immediate employment in a particular field. Students …
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Answer It should take 4 years if it's from a reputable university. There are many other programs that are less but 4 is best.
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Jobs in Sports Management Try a job in sports, like sports journalismn for a newspaper company, local television that has a opening, if they don't have a management position you could always stick around with a company that will have one later on. what about a coach position with a pro spor…
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The differences in an associate's degree and a bachelor's degree at any college, including ABAC are: Associate's Degrees are two-year degrees.Bachelor's Degrees are four-year degrees.Credits earned for an Associate's Degree may or may not be applicable to a four year degree.
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An undergraduate is someone that is attempting to get a four year ba or bs degree. I believe it can also be applied to an AA or as major as well.
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A bachelor's degree in most fields can require between 124 and 128 college credits particular to a specific program of study. This would be based on a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, which is the most common. For institutions that operate on a tri-semeste…
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In four years, you will generally complete 120 semester credits or about 40 college courses. Usually at least 90 credits are required.
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Jobs with an Associate's Degree It depends on the field. An "Associate of Arts" or an "Associate of Science" is a type of degree that is awarded in many different fields, from nursing to culinary to general education to drafting. It is typically a two-year degree, where a bachelor's degree is a four…
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This is a hard question to answer. "Associate's in Applied Science" is a two-year degree from a community college, and it can be in a lot of things. If you have an AAS in Early Childhood Development you can work in a daycare center. Eastern Oklahoma State College offers the AAS in Meat Processing an…
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You can make more at a job like a retail job if you're in management, but you really can't do much on an A.S. degree. You should go to college and get your B.S. so you can get a professional job. The only way you can get a job on an A.S. degree is if it's really specialized (like in computers). Oth…
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A diploma is 1-2 years in length. An associates degree is 2 years in length.Diplomas are not very impressive. Associates degrees are much more valuable than diplomas, and they only require a few more classes than a diploma. More information:Whether a diploma is marketable or not will be dependent on…
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The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the nature of work for a registered nurse (RN). Registered nurses (RNs), regardless of specialty or work setting, treat patients, educate patients and the public about various medical conditions, and provide…
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Answer what kind of job can i get with a associates degree in criminal justice?
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The typical answer applies: It depends. However, generally, it will open more doors for you than having not having an associate's degree. Associate degrees more often seem to be preparatory for a terminal degree. For example, an associates in education may be useful for most students only for access…
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Number of credits for a AA/AS Degree The number of credits that are required to complete an associate's degree will depend upon the state mandate and your program of study. Typically, this degree requires 60 to 64 semester hours or 95 to 105 quarter hours. For example, the state mandate in New Jerse…
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nurses need special skill such as prepare a patient for surgery, taking vital signs, administrative of vital drugs, and wound management.
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iam a diploma holder,want to study correspondence course in b-tech
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customers, suppliers, creditors, government agencies and competitors etc.
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No, you do not have to get an A.A. before you start your B.A. degree, though doing so is your choice and attending a community college for the first two years of your education could be cost efficient.
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The best course to study is the one that leads to your overall career goals and objectives. Thus, I would imagine you do not have anything specific at this time. So many individuals enroll in college programs without a specific goal in mind. As such, many become miserable in their work which is not …
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The following was written by Wharton College Pennsylvania. This should help.Why an MBAThe MBA is not an end in itself, but a means to an end. It is a degree designed to give you the ability to develop your career to its fullest potential, at an accelerated pace. What will you get out of an MBA? Asid…
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What I've heard is that IGCSE syllabus includes teaching hands on. The 3-hour exam is split into two 1 1/2 hour exams. The method of teaching is more application oriented. The syllabus is oriented to improve mental/thinking/creative abilities of students whereas ICSE and CBSE have more of a theoreti…
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Typically, there are four levels of college degrees. They are as follows from lowest to highest.AssociatesBachelorsMastersDoctorate (highest level of academic attainment)The associates and bachelors are referred to as undergraduate coursework. The master's and doctorate are referred to as graduate d…
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the median annual wages of child, family, and school social workers were $39,530 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $31,040 and $52,080. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $25,870, and the top 10 percent earned more than $66,430. --…
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Yes - in theory you could go to the NFL after getting a 4 year degree from a community college. Realistically - most community colleges don't have football programs so you wouldn't be able to play college ball while going to school there. It's nearly impossible to prove your skills enough to get a c…
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FETAC only offer awards Level 1 - 6 Level 7 is HETAC and is a Diploma.
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Nurses do need statistics, Florence Nightingale actually was an excellent statistician and wrote letters on why she though it was beneficial for nurses. Nurses follow patients closely and report to physicians, therefore nurses are the first ones to notice any trends with how a patient is doing with …
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Two years if you go full time
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No, its a small-liberal arts college in the Los Angeles area.
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It depends on what school you want to attend and what country that school is in. Across the US, Canada and the UK tuition rates for international students vary widely. In the US, they can range from $2,000 to attend a community college to $28,000 to attend a smaller, private school that does not rec…
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The Department of Labor anticipates unprecedented demand for licensed accountants. If you are interested in this challenging career, consider our B.S. in Accounting. The program features up-to-date curriculum design and courses taught by respected practicing professionals. In addition, the program w…
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(Curricular means pertaining to a college or school's subjects, and the term extra-curricular includes non-educational activities such as sports, clubs, and promotions.)The curricular activities of the school were improved under the new school board.The dean left curricular changes to his staff and …
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The seeds are inside the fruit (the lemon) and when a creature eats this fruit, the plant hopes it will also eat the seed and then excrete it somewhere else helping that plant to move around.
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