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A bachelor’s degree is typically an academic degree conferred for an undergraduate major or course that usually lasts for four year, but can range between two and six years depending on the country.
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If you can handle the time to get the second major, go for it. It may give you more options fo job hunting.
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Jobs with a Degree in CommunicationsHere are some suggestions:I am going for a degree in Communications with my major being Advertising. I know their are many jobs for that degree, like media, journalism (spelling?) Advertising, creating and presenting speeches. Any job that communicates through Ads…
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It is depend on college. How they follow rule for education. well, Mostly college have two semester per year. There are two semesters in every school year.
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There are lots of different things you can do with a theater degree. Most people think that theater degrees are only for acting and directing, but besides that you can take the performance experience and work in hundreds of different positions ranging from a dialect coach to a politician. For stead…
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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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The difference between "university", "college" and "school" is the size of the student body, where "university" is the greatest, and "school" is the smallest. While you can have a standalone college or school, a university is comprised of smaller schools and/or colleges; e.g., Barnard College (circa…
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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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One way to determine if a particular college or university has a strong political science department is to visit college websites and browse around in the social sciences departments.
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A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree program. It requires you to complete 120 to 128 credits depending on the program you choose. It is important to choose the right college, one that's well-known, has received accreditation from a reputed accrediting body. Some colleges offer online and o…
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Answer The only difference would be some of the electives and general education requirements. BA degrees usually have a foreign language requirement. Answer You probably would have to take more math, sciences, and computer classes (and less language and social science classes) with a BS. When…
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The advantage and disadvantages would depend on what the person wants to do after the BS or BA. If continuing to graduate school, it would be best to speak with an academic adviser for the graduate program in which the person wants to enroll. They could tell you what the preference is. The most basi…
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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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I agree with the posters below. I have a BA in Psychology with several national honors, and it is very difficult to get a job in this field. In order to practice any sort of clinical or patient therapy, you must have a minimum of a MA or have the certifications required by your field. I'm going into…
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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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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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A bachelor's degree in what? The BA or BS isn't what it used to be. If you check the paper or Monster, you'll see that a college degree is required just to get into an interview on some pretty basic jobs, jobs that could be had with a High school diploma just 20 years ago. Employers like to see spec…
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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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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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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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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 can work in the DVD section at Kroger. That's actually not a wrong . In my living area(Toledo), you could get a job working at one of the three solar panel plants. They love computer/electronics degrees. Also if you have some programming experience. I would look around for a job with your lang…
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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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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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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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%DETAILS% Some landlords require a cosignature on a lease if the lessee does not hold full time employment, aka college students.   In most situations yes. Going off to college is deemed to be an extenuating experience for the child, that the parents pay for but in certain situations lik…
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Answer IT and CS are totally different fields. Careers are different. CS graduates hardly replace IT Graduates. CS takes focus in scientific research, scientific programming, and software engineering where IT in information system and information management. Some parts are overlapping each other.…
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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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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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best answer in the world (not) i felt very sel confident in what me did
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It totally depends on the actual degree and school but you can assume between three and five years as a general guideline. Medical degrees may take longer due to the internship and residency requirements. Another factor that may effect the time in school is whether or not you already have a master's…
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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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The 4 years of undergraduate work plus 3 years of law school comes to 7 years of secondary education. The Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree takes 3 years on a full-time program. Some schools offer part-time programs which take 4 years. It is typically 80 to 90 credits, which, if you do the math, comes to …
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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 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 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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A bachelor degree equips a graduate with professional skills. Depending on the program, graduates can work as accountants, lawyers, doctors, surveyors, forensic scientists, statisticians, microbiologists, property valuers, quality analysts and other professional jobs.
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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 It takes many years of education and training to become a physician: 4 years of undergraduate school, 4 years of medical school, and 3 to 8 years of internship and residency, depending on the specialty selected. A few medical schools offer a combined undergraduate and medical school prog…
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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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BA/BS, DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DEGREESBackground: in 1984, the Academic Senate Curriculum Committee was asked to prepare a policy statement which would differentiate between Bachelor of Science degrees and Bachelor of Arts degrees at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. The need …
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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 priv…
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It depends on what you specialize in... do you want to do journalism, print media, television, radio, communication disorders, buisness communication, visual communication, political communication, or interpersonal communication? There's a lot you could do depending on what classes you choose to tak…
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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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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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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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To begin with, "national" accreditation versus "regional" accreditation has nothing to do with comparing national versus state (or any other kind of) apples and/or oranges. It also has nothing to do with geography, or who "monitors" what, or what "region" a given accreditor covers; and "regionally" …
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In Michigan:Central Michigan UniversityWestern Michigan UniversityMichigan State UniversityUniversity of MichiganGrand Valley State UniversityCornerstone UniversityFerris State UniversityWayne State University
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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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not a ton   Psychology is one of the most popular undergrad majors. Unfortunately, to work in the field, you must have either a Master's or Phd. Most psych majors go into other fields, such as sales, business management, teaching, social work, etc. In general, the salary you earn depends on y…
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Snap Caps are devices manufactured for the purpose of being a safe method of dry-firing a firearm without damage to the firing pin or firing mechanisms. They are often used in shotguns for long-term storage so the mainsprings to not have tension on them during storage. They are also popular in handg…
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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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What is active directory (AD)= Definition of: Active Directory An advanced, hierarchical directory service that comes with Windows 2000 servers. It is LDAP compliant and built on the Internet's Domain Naming System (DNS). Workgroups are given domain names, just like Web sites, and any LDAP-complian…
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Varies from college to college, generally about 120 credit hoursIt does vary although I believe that you get 24 credit hours for Unspecified General Education courses depending on your major, 32 credit hours for General Education courses which equals a subtotal of 56 credit hours. With Core classes …
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If you are asking Can an undocumented alien, an illegal alien, graduate from HS in the US, the answer is yes: public primary, junior and senior high schools do not question nor care about a student's citizenship: they will grant a diploma to any student who graduates. Private schools and colleges c…
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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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The difference is the course material and its orientation. The B.E degree is said to be offered in course where the syllabus and the material deals with the theoretical knowledge. On the other hand the B.Tech Degree is offered in the courses where the material and the syllabus is more of a practical…
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The professional discipline of mechanical engineering is concerned with the design, development and manufacture of machines and mechanical engineering systems. These include engines and turbines of various kinds, land transport vehicles, ships, aircraft, pumps and fans, air-conditioning and refriger…
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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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Most likely not. AAS degrees are designed for students who plan to enter the workforce right after graduating. You can go to a 4-year college after getting an AAS degree, but you will still have to complete 4 years of classes. Answer I'm not sure what an AAS degree is but you can transfe…
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Bachelors of Science in Education. Also, you need to decide what grade level and subject area you want to specialize in. For example, there is kinder garden through fourth grade; fourth through eighth grade; and secondary. If you want to teach college level courses you need at least the degree that …
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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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well i believe the proper dimensions of a therapeutic swimming pool should be 150 ft by 100 ft. It allows patients to feel they have the space they need to preform and share in their therapy.----It all depends on the size of your Practice or location, your daily bather-load and how many patients you…
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Answer first of all, if you are recent college grad, then go through you career services at the university and try to get a job through them, they will guide you. no answer to this question b\c there are countless options.
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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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Answer You need to go to college and get a degree in teaching. Then the college will tell you how to get a job. Also, the local newspapers have ads looking for teachers. But you need your teaching degree first. Answer Normally you need a bachelor's degree, certification, and at least one year…
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An engineering degree, usually a Bachelor's degree of Engineering - a BE - to start with. Or you can become a better engineer and go for a higher education
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Answer If you are talking about a Masters in Counseling, this could be anything from 1 and a half to about 3 years, depending on wether you are working a full time job at the time. It took me 2 years and a semester, without working full time. You can also be a Marriage and Family Therapist, or b…
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It would be helpful if you took a test at a local community college for that same degree and pass it with high marks, to prove that you really did it. Also, get a liberal arts degree at a community college, as well as some law-related courses. A job at a law office of some kind, whethere it be greet…
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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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Answer UCF (University of Central Florida) has a degree in Event Management.
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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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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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It is very tricky to become an engineer. you need to get straight A's every year of your life. Then you need to eat 778 jars of pickle and oranges and then you must go to Texas A&M and only then can you become a mechanical engineer
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Answer Most bachelors of science degrees can be earned in 4 years (depending on the university) but some of the degrees can take 5 years if it is in a subject like math that has some extra requirements. Also, it depends on the rate at which YOU can complete the coursework. Some people are able 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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Answer Many public school teachers' salaries depend on the state pay scale. This will include information concerning the degree and local suppliments, if any. Answer department heads can make up 80,000 for secondary high school teachers they make about $42,000 to start out with then the…
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there is no "Law" undergraduate degree or bachelors degree. You have to get a four year degree and then go to law school and you become a doctor of jurisprudence immediately.Whoever posted that ^^ Did not do their research at all. There is a degree in business law. It is not considered a Law degree …
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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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The NBA stands for the National Basketball Association. This is different from the ABA.
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The salary ranges vary greatly, even for entry-level positions. A written reference source is the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you would need to know (including the salary), of just about any occupation you can think of. (see related link to this)
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Answer The answer is yes! You can do anything you want to do. It is true. It is not easy and no one is going to give it to you. You have to fight for it. Ever see two dogs fight for a pork chop or a chicken bone? Yea, just like that. Start by day to day tasks. Do the 11th grade over again, and do…
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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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Mostly with Bachelor's degree ,one tend to get entry level jobs in various department of the organization. Further it depends upon the skill,intelligence and aptitude of a person in securing a mid level job or achieving promotions at job .  Further, a candidate should pursue the graduation co…
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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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Answer It depends on how hard you work. You can do it in the standard 4 years, or work much harder to get it done in 3. Some people take their time and get it done in 5.
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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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