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College degree or academic degree refers to an award given by a university or college institution signifying that the student has satisfactorily completed a particular course of study. Standard college degree programs are based on a four-year bachelor's degree course.
Answer Being a wedding planner is a great job. You can have a lot of fun interacting with different people and have the satisfaction of knowing that you helped make the best day of their lives even better. And the most incredible part you get paid for doing all this!If you think wedding planning is…
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National (DETC) vs. Regional There is no fundamental difference between the two forms of accreditations. Both are conducted by non-profit associations established by consent of a group of institutions. Both accreditations are based on the principle of voluntary application by an institution, both …
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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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A doctoral degree, or doctorate, is the highest academic level that can be achieved. It signifies superior ability and competence in research and academic knowledge and is awarded in a particular field of study. A Doctoral Degree in Business Admninstration is a Ph.D in Business Administration and i…
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The University of Phoenix is regionally accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools/Higher Council of Learning.<><>Typically if you attend a Regional accredited school as a freshman, you are going to take a lot of general education type of classes your first year,…
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Its not true that colleges offer only undergraduate degrees. There are a lot of colleges that offer master degrees. Actually the concept is, a college does not distributes degrees on its own. A college can distribute only a diploma certificate for any course. A university is authorized to distribute…
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A doctoral degree is the highest degree in any education field. you can earn more then other profession.
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In general, no. First off, a PhD student can generally snag some sort of assistantship to pay for tuition and survival while in school. It's also important to realize that someone with a doctorate is not generally expected to be all that practical, with years of experience on the factory floor. Firm…
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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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Theology would cover those to religions and a few others.  Some kind of comparative religions degree.  None worth having a degree in. Probably the closest would be philosophy. Keep in mind that the only place you can get a job using a degree in philosphy is if that degree is a Phd, and…
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Nothing, Regionally accrediated schools will try and say they are better, but there is no actual difference in the quality of the education. It still will depend on the quality of the institution and their instructors, the student support system before, during, and after the student graduates. It co…
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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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There may well be some private (and expensive) stage or dance schools that you could easily find on google, but most places won't take students to specialise to such an extent until 18 for a good reason. You would be much better advised to go to a good state sixth form college with a strong drama de…
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Usually 8. That's four years of college for your bachelors and four years in an accredited graduate school for veterinary medicine.   To my knowledge, you must have the two-year pre-veterinary program and a four-year veterinary program. That's six. Then there's at least three years in a resid…
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Do you mean majors, or fields of study, or types of bachelor degrees, masters...? If you mean majors or bachelor degrees, general lists can be found in college prep books (from the library, etc.). However, different colleges have different terminology and offerings, so it would be best to check with…
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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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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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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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You will not be able to get a graduate degree of any kind at most regionally-accredited institutions of higher learning in the United States until and unless you can show that you've earned a bachelors degree from a regionally-accredited institution of higher learning in the United States.Now, that …
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As an "F" that averages into (and brings down) your GPA, just the same as any other grade. See what your college's rules and procedures are for taking the class over again. Some colleges count both grades and your net grade for the course is the average of the two of them. Others let the more recent…
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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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Both are BS degrees. In general, an computer engineering?s is a science based, very technical education path. Information technology is more management/business oriented but for jobs IT is more reffered
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to adcance in the field of project management
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Music is a great piece of art and having a degree course in it is something that adds a great value in it. If it would be something to you than teach what you have learned, distribute it among the new talents, those who are keen to discover new unexplored spaces. As teaching always tend to create…
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I'm in a similar situation. I have a Masters degree but I have 2 felonies on my record for theft. It's been hard finding a job and also an apartment.  I have have g/f has a felony and she having hard time finding job liked wht be the best possible way she could start looking for job not having…
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It does depend on what kind of business you want to run. But you also need to know how to run a business, and what you need to run the business. (material wise) Anyways, running a business is hard especially if you do not have enough money for everything. And if your business is going bad, then your…
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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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Hi, A professional degree is a degree, the course curriculum of which is concentrated on a particular industry. For example - Engineering in computer science constitutes of subjects related to computers. Mechanical engineering contains subjects related to in and out of machinery types and their wor…
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There are several types of degrees: Associate's degrees (two years) Bachelor's degrees (four years) Master's degrees (one-two years plus Bachelor's degree) Doctoral Degrees (four-ten years plus Bachelor's or Bachelor's and Master's degrees). The order is usually the following: Certificate…
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Just say "Many things can change from now to five years so i won't predict the future" But if you have to say something then you could just say "I see you as my boss, and me as your employee So in answering to your question and the interviewers, I would be honest and say, "I hope to be successful",…
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Not neccessarily...being a wedding planner has a lot to do with connections and relationships in the beginning. I was interested in wedding planning for years and was given the fabulous opportunity of planning the wedding of a friend of my sister 4 years ago. Once you can say you have, in actuality,…
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A typical bachelor's degree is received after four years of study at college. In certain programs, or when a student's scheduling or grades require more classes or retakes of courses, it may take slightly more. Bachelor's degrees may also be earned in less than four years when a student is able to a…
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Answer It depends upon a few factors. An associate degress is usually the equivelent of 2 yrs of college course work (frequently at the Jr College level). Usually some or all of this coursework may be applied towards the completion of a bachelors degree. You could conceivably get credited with as m…
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A bachelor's is a three or four year degree, depending on where you take it. It is your basic college degree. A graduate degree is a "post-graduate" degree, such as a Master's or a PhD/DPhil. A graduate degree is anything above the bachelor's degree. They build on each other. You need a bachelors …
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Answer Undergraduate degrees generally take 3-4 years depending on the major and obviously on the person. The time frame is a bit misleading, what actually dictates the length of time to achieve a degree is the number of semester hours required. Answer Four years, or eight semesters, no…
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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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An Occupational Therapist does similar type therapy rehabilitation that a Physical Therapist does except that the Occupational Therapist's goal is to help you to become better able to cope with chores and such in everyday situations. Examples would be to help you be able to dress yourself, take a ba…
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Answer Four years, or eight semesters, normally, to accumulate 120 or so semster hours. Some programs may require a bit more.
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The information technology course module has been designed with more of software part in the course whereas Computer Science includes more of computer hardware part like networking, chip level knowledge etc. Although some of the subjects are same in both the streams. Information Technology is the …
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Generally it takes full time graduate students 2-3 years to earn a master's degree and 4-5 years to earn a PhD. This is assuming they go for the same subject that they hold an undergrad degree in. If the subject is different, it may take longer because there may be extra prequisite requirements.Stud…
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Having a master's degree in business administration is necessary for those who want to gain an advantage in this ultra-tough industry. It is one of several business degrees that provide a huge impact on a professional's salary and career advancement options.A Masters of Business Administration (MBA)…
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Technically, a diploma is the piece of paper that says you have a degree; however, in the United States, when someone says "college diploma" they usually mean a bachelors degree from a college or university. Technically, a "college diploma" could be any degree (associate's, masters or Phd.) but that…
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You can not just enroll in a minor. You must be first enrolled in a major and then you can add on a minor. The minor is usually just extra set of courses you are required to take in that area. College Major - A major is the main field that you want to specialize in while you are still an undergradu…
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Answer you must attend school for a minum of 8 years
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Answer Hey stay in school and finish. im in the 11 grade my father is a preacher he is hard as crap on me but im going to finish so i can get a good job one day. your mother loves you and she just wants the best for you just ask God to help you daily. so dude finish school
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BA = Bachelor of Arts degree BS = Bachelor of Science degreeI think the question requires more of an explanation than what the terms BA and BS translate to. B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) A bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree is what is generally called a liberal arts degree. This degree requires as much as 71 …
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In the US, all legitimate accreditors are approved by either or both of the US Department of Education (USDE) and/or the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). USDE and CHEA group the accreditors into four types... generally they are "Regional" accreditors, and then "national faith-relat…
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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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A clinical psychologist holds a doctorate such as a Ph.D. or Psy.D. (Doctor of Psychology) and has a state license in order to practice. Clinically oriented programs are usually about 5 years in length (4 years of classes and 1 year of full time internship), post bachelor's degree, that is! Researc…
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For colleges and universities within the United States and its territories, you can obtain this information by clicking on the related links section (College Board) indicated at the bottom of this answer section and using the College Board site College MatchMaker search engine. You can research coll…
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I would advise that you contact the Transfer Counselor at the college where you completed your Associates Degree. Ask what articulations the school has with other four year colleges and universities particular to your field of study. In addition, to get a better idea of the opportunities available t…
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Answer You can actually join the many Art Institutes across the nation. Most of the institutes offer either associates or bachelors or even both in fashion design. Some cities do not offer the design agree, but just in merchandising. FIT in New York City FIDM in Los Angeles IADT colleges in cert…
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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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The scope of both the programmes are the same. BTech was the designation of some three- and four-year programmes at some British universities in the 1960s and 1970s, but it is no longer used (via http://www.cs.york.ac.UK/admit/Differences.php ). Some Indian universities offer BTech programmes, but …
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For colleges and universities within the United States and its territories, you can obtain this information by clicking on the related links section (College Board) indicated at the bottom of this answer section and using the College Board site College MatchMaker search engine. You can research coll…
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You would obtain a 4 year college degree and then pass the state boards.
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You would first become a medical physician (13+ years of college) and then do residency in a specialty. You would also take the board exam for the specialty.
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There are three options to become a registered nurse as follows. Diploma program (typically three years, not recommended for individuals who do not have an already existing degree) Associate degree (two years as a full-time student once the student starts the professional phase of the program) Bach…
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Essentially you need to earn the R.N. (Registered Nurse) designation, usually after completing a bachelor's degree in Nursing. Well to become a registrated nurse u have to go to college first then u have to get your batchalers degree. they need between 4-5 A-Cs. xx You need to be a paitent, comfo…
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I went FIDM in Los Angeles and i got an AA in Fashion Design :)but i have yet to have a fashion job....anyone want to give me one? Answer ok uhmm first of all to the person who answered it above me... theres no such thing as a fashion design degree! Most designers need formal training after high sch…
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Youngstown State University, Youngstown Ohio.Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan.Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.Baker College, Muskegon, Michigan, et al.Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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No you do not need an associates to get a bachelor's degree. An Associate's degree usually takes less hours to complete (about 2 years) than a Bachelor's degree (about 4 years). Many people actually get an Associates degree prior to the Bachelor's as they can take "standard" classes such as English,…
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Answer I think it depends on what field you are in. Usually 2-3 years. You get a masters after you get a bachelor's (4-year) degree.
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These terms are called Latin honors and are used to indicate the level of academic distinction with which an academic degree was earned. Summa is the highest, referring to having a total grade point average close to 4.0. Here is a list of Latin honors, in order of increasing level of honor: "cum la…
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An Associates in Arts includes a well rounded general education curriculum usually designed to fulfill the first two year general cluster requirements of a four year institution. In general the curriculum would include, English, Social Science, Humanities, Math, Exact Sciences, along with the approp…
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The Articles of Confederation created a weak central government. The Constitution created a strong central government. The Articles did not create an executive branch. Congress was a unicameral legislature. There was no federal court system under the Articles. Congress could not enforce the laws nor…
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According to their website, the University of Phoenix has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association since 1978. The NCA is the accrediting organization for a large number of schools including all of the Big Ten and most of the Big Twelve schools. Some of the …
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Anatomy,biology.I also recomend an English or speech class.I also had to take calculus.I took a few classes in biochemistry. I would also take health science, or a related health class.
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For colleges and universities within the United States and its territories, you can obtain this information by clicking on the related links section (College Board) indicated at the bottom of this answer section and using the College Board site College MatchMaker search engine. You can research coll…
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California State University and Northwestern California University are colleges that would prepare a student for a career as an event planning wedding coordinator. A major in business would be beneficial.
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Answer in order to graduate as a physical therepist, one must first graduate from a physical therapist program with a masters or doctoral degree.
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None. Having said that, I strongly recommend going to collage and getting basic courses including electrical, blue print reading, MATH and more MATH. In the meantime try to pick up a part time job with an electrician or a Electrical parts supplier. You'll be getting your feet wet with some experienc…
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Answer Unless you set something up through your state, I don't think it's a very high percentage. Most schools would have those records though. Or go to the place you would sign up for a G.E.D. and they too should have those records. The truth in fact that many homeschoolers start college two to…
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Associates Degree An Associates Degree is a two-year college degree. A Bachelors Degree, a four-year degree, is what's considered a full college degree. Other definitions: Granted after satisfactory completion of a two-year program. Degree in a given field earned by a student upon completion …
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Yes and No.A Bachelor's Degree is considered to be a HIGHER level of education than an Associate's Degree. That being said, whether or not a Bachelor's Degree is BETTER than an Associate's Degree depends upon what field of study one undertakes or which profession one plans to enter upon attainment o…
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There seems to be a number of ways to go to prepare for the field, and all seem to include some business courses. --I'm looking into this major as well. Depending on where in the country (I'm assuming US) you'd like to go, there are many choices! Most of the schools group "event planning" with Hos…
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Answer Four years of undergraduate study and I would expect at least 5 years to get the doctorate. A psychiatrist is able to prescribe medicine, like a proper doctor, so it would involve more education than becoming a psychologist or licensed counselor.
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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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A BA or BS is considered an undergraduate degree. A Masters is considered an advanced degree and generally takes an additional year or more of study to obtain, depending on the required credits for the chosen major. A bachelors degree is generally 4 or 5 years traditionally. It is awarded when th…
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That depends on the state. At least a 4 year college degree and a Masters are mandatory. A Masters can be one or two years. And then there is a requisite for supervised professional practice hours, generally 2000-3000 hours with 200-300 hours of supervision. After that is completed, you need to sit …
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This is a difficult question to answer here, because you don't give us the discipline in which you seek the degree, nor the institution where you seek it. The length of time a Master's degree takes to complete will vary considerably among different institutions, subject areas, country of study and …
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From, somebody like myself, who has a master's degree in sociology, I would recommend that you avoid getting your master's in sociology unless of course you want to get your PhD and teach or you have a specific job in mind that would require you to or you would get a raise if you had your master's .…
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It depends on the college requirements,scheduling and your major. Some college only require 36 credits (12 class) to be completed,and you can gave your dissection less than 3 month after your proposal if its good enough. At another college, you need 64 credits that are not dissection/research and ar…
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Yes. Generally, an associates is equivalent to two (2) years college course work while bachelors is equivalent to four (4) years college work. Many employers now look for potential employees with at least a bachelors in that field. You won't see many with associates.
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Yes, depending on your districts guidlines, the minimum to apply for a subsitute teacher position is an associate's or 2 years towards your BA. Just remember that substitute teaching is not a full time job. Actually, where I live in Texas, you just have to pass a criminal background check. You can …
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Answer There is no need to get an AA and a BA. The BA supercedes the AA. If you're going after the PHD, just get the BA (Or Bachelors of Science), MA then PHD. The Associates degree means nothing if you already have the Bachelors degree. Sidenote: An associates degree does not necessarily mean…
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The simple answer is number of credits. Generally each department within a college or university sets forth X number of credits (and classes) are required for a major and Y number of credits (and classes) are required for a minor. A major has more requirements than a minor. It is generally pretty cu…
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absolutelyMost of the majority of people do have their bachelor's degree received it because they went to a 4 year college with the help of grants, financial aid and scholarships. They didn't even bother going to the 2 year college or went to the 2 year college to help them prepare for college and s…
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High school = January through May (and part of June) College = January through April (and part of May) Typically. A semester has a duration of 6 months and in some universities it could be of 4 months.
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Classes to Become a Pediatrician In high school you will want to take all the science and math that you can. In college, the undergraduate degree that one chooses does not matter in order to be a pediatrician (or any other type of physician for that matter) -- he or she must simply take the …
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AS = Associate of Science AA = Associate of ArtsBoth are two-year degrees
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There is no one best educational institution to go to in order to become a pediatrician. Each program has its strengths, weaknesses, and different physicians will find that they fit in better at different programs. A pediatrician is a medical physician, who has completed the Doctor of Osteopathic Me…
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Becoming a Pediatrician: Pediatricians are physicians who have specialized in pediatric medicine. The first step is to become a physician. This involves graduating from college and going to medical school. Medical school is typically a four year program, although there are some schools that offer a …
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Becoming a regular OB-GYN doctor (specializing in Acute and chronic medical conditions, Adolescent gynecology, Behavioral problems, some Cancer, Endocrinology, Health maintenance during pregnancy, Infertility, Operative gynecology, Pregnancy and delivery, Preventative health, Urinary tract disorders…
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I'm pretty sure at all CA state universities, you need a minimum of 120 units (some being GE courses and others being those that count specifically towards your major), how much more you need depends on your major...unsure about the UC (california university, not state) system though, their number o…
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actually you don't need one anyone can be a photography since most work for themselves and do independent contractor work for companies and newspapers but having a business degree would help you to make better decisions pertaining to the photo shoots you do and the terms and agreements of any contra…
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Yes, It is a B+. A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1
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