What would you like to do?
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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none you need at least a masters
You can not apply for a job in the High School range, with a bachelors degree. But you can apply for an Art assistant job or subbing job in any public grade school. You can on…ly apply at certain Catholic Grade schools. For any more information visit- (http://jobs.com). But this all depends if your degree is a Bachelors or a Masters.
Typically, a bachelors degree coms after an associates degree.
Nothing that you want to do.
You can obtain this information by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine, or click on the related links section below to …go directly to the site. You can research colleges and universities by name, or by programs of study, or by geographical location, size, or combinations of all etc. The site will provide you with a list of institutions based on your request. It will give you the schools background, accreditation, degree offerings, programs of study, entrance requirements, tuition and fees, athletic programs etc. and a link to each institutions official web page. Make sure the college or university has a regional accreditation (most important). Practice navigating this site. It will be well worth the time and effort.
Not much. It is only a two year degree so you need to go and finish in a area of study for a BA/BS. If you are a "fine arts" type of person you may want to consider getting a …teaching credential as opposed to something in science or math. Find an area of study that suits your learning style and where you can make a good living. College is for getting an education so you can enter a profession and earn a living.
No, the associates and bachelors degrees are undergraduate degrees. The masters and doctorate are graduate degrees. For a better understanding of the types of degrees, click o…n the related links section (Types of degrees) indicated below.
The associate of arts degree (two year program) in business is typically designed for individuals who wish to pursue a bachelors degree after completion of the associates degr…ee. It is well balanced in liberal arts, which satisfies the much of the general education cluster at the four year college or university, plus a good foundation in terms of prerequisite coursework particular to more advanced work in business at the college you are transferring to.
I'm not really sure what you are referring to. However, credits acquired through an associates can be used toward a bachelor's degree. How many credits can be used depends on …the specific program of study, grades received, and whether the coursework was taken at an accredited school.
Completion of high school or its equivalency. In other words, there is no other college degree that comes before an associates degree.
In order: High School Diploma Associate of Arts Degree Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Doctoral Degree
The associates degree is designed as a two year program of study as a full-time student provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college, and provided the st…udent does not require prerequisite coursework as a result of basic skills testing. There are some programs of study that may take a bit longer depending on the number of credits required. Usually these are programs within the health related fields. In addition, for students who require developmental course work as a result of basic skills testing, it would take longer. How much longer would depend on the extent of the developmental courses they are required to take. Evidently, those individuals who attend college on a part-time based would also extend their time in school. How much longer would depend on the credit load carried each semester . Typically, an associates degree takes between 60 and 64 credits to complete depending on the specific school, program of study, and state mandates.
What is the difference between Associates of Arts, Associates of Science, and Associates of Applied Science? Associate degrees fall into three main areas. . Associates …of Arts (AA) . Associates of Science (AS) . Associates of Applied Science (AAS) Each of the above degrees is designed to be completed after two years of study as a full-time student and provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college. In addition, most every community college requires that every incoming student be placement tested before they register for their first semester (unless they fall into an exemption category). This test is not an admissions test and has no bearing on a student's acceptance to the college. In fact, most students have already been accepted to the school before they take the test. It is not a test that is passed or failed, but simply to determine whether an individual needs to take some refresher courses before entering college level coursework. This is to ensure the student has the appropriate basic skills to succeed at the college level. The test is broken down into four parts; two parts English and two parts mathematics. The English includes grammar (sentence sense), and reading comprehension. The math includes computation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, square roots, and percentages), and the equivalent of a high school algebra I. If the student scores low in any these areas, then they will be required to enroll in the indicated remedial course/s starting with their first semester . Thus, the two year degree plan may turn into a two and a half year, or possibly a three year plan depending on how much remedial work is needed. To limit this time, students have the option to enroll in summer session courses. Now let us look at the inherent differences between the degrees: Associates of Arts (AA) The Associates of arts is really designed as a fully transferable degree to a four year college or university for those pursing a Bachelors degree. It serves to complete most of the four year institutions general education cluster area, which amounts to the first two years of a four year program. It also serves to complete any perquisite courses needed for the four year institutions curriculum major and minor requirements. Students are admitted to Junior level status provided they have completed the matching associate's level degree. In other words, Business AA to Business BA, Engineering AS, to Engineering AS etc. Thus, within this degree students will be required to have a well rounded educational foundation to include, English literature, history, social science, laboratory science, humanities, math, communications, etc. These courses are in addition to the student's major field of study. Associates of Science (AS) Within the AS degrees a student will notice there are less general education requirements, and more career oriented course work. You will find this in curriculums to include, Nursing, Engineering, some Computer Science and Allied Heath fields. Still, these programs should be fully transferable to four year institutions provided the degree matches that of the four year college or university's program of study, as mentioned above under AA degrees. Associates in Applied Science (AAS) The AAS degrees are very career oriented and designed to give the student all the expertise needed for entry level positions upon completion of the degree. Therefore, the student will notice most of the AAS degree is made up of professional phase courses particular to a specific field, and a very limited number of general education courses. This has promoted the myth, that all AAS degrees are not transferable to four year colleges and universities. I will admit, as the degree was originally designed; transferability was not the original intent of this type of degree. Therefore many AAS degree fields of study did not transfer to four year institutions very well. In fact, in some categories it was almost like starting over. Today this is not so. Community Colleges today have what is known as Joint Admissions or Dual Admissions articulations with four year institutions, where if the student completes the agreed upon program of study successfully, the four year institution will take the degree full faith in credit and grant the student Junior level status. This includes AAS degrees. However, it is strongly recommended that a student who is seeking to transfer to a four year institution at a later date, make an appointment with a Transfer Counselor at the Community College for the pros and cons of AAS transfer as well as more detailed information.
It's Associate's Degree, or an Associate of Arts Degree.