Can you go to college for two degrees at the same time?
You can go for a double major if that's what you mean but it's hard if they aren't in related fields.
Can you get an online degree while you are already enrolled at a different university for a different degree at the same time?
Yes, there are no rules against this. The workload for two degrees might be too much for some people. If you study at a flexible online school like http://www.strayeru.com you could complete the coursework when you have time. I think it might be better to focus on one college degree at a time however.
If you have two waves, or two things in oscillation or two things in vibration; if the peaks (maximum amplitude) and valleys (maximum amplitude the other way) occur at the same time then they are in phase. If one wave peaks at the same time the other one is in a valley they are said to be 180 degrees out of phase.
An associates degree takes approximately two years, and a bachelors four years as a full time student, and provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college or university. Both degrees are considered undergraduate degrees. If one already holds an associates degree in a transferable program within the same field of study, then the bachelors should only take an additional two years.
Yes you can. However, if you are working on the degrees at the same time, it would be identified as a double major. Upon completion you would be conferred with one diploma, but the transcript would show both majors were completed. If the two degrees were separate, in other words, a BA and a BS, then you would be given two diplomas, one for each category.
Has there ever been two teams from the same state ranked number one and number two in college football?
Community colleges offer associate degrees (two year programs of study) not bachelor's degrees. Community colleges offer associate degrees (two year programs of study) not bachelor's degrees. Community colleges offer associate degrees (two year programs of study) not bachelor's degrees. Community colleges offer associate degrees (two year programs of study) not bachelor's degrees. Community colleges offer associate degrees (two year programs of study) not bachelor's degrees. Community colleges offer associate degrees (two year programs of study)…
In the US, community colleges almost by definition do not offer bachelor's degrees (four-year degrees) but are limited to offering associate's degrees and other two-year programs. You can start at a community college and transfer to a four-year school later, but you should double check this with the college you plan to transfer to in order to find out which credits they will accept from that particular community college.
Water is projected from two rubber pipes at he same speed -from one at an angle of 30 and from one at an angle 60 why are the ranges equal?
Without going into a large Calculus based proof, if two angles of projection are complementary (add to 90 degrees) then the ranges are the same. A 45 degree angle yields the greatest range, but 40 degrees and 50 degrees would yield the same range, so would 30 degrees and 60 degrees. Similarly, 0 degrees and 90 degrees would also have the same range (a range of zero, that is).
There is no "highest" bachelor's degrees. In general, degrees are along these lines, but the years may vary depending on your courses: Associate's: Two years of college Bachelor's: Four years of college Masters/Doctorates: Six years of college Ph.D: Eight years I suppose you could say that a Ph.D is pretty much the best you can get.
What would be a good college for you to attend for a double major in physical therapy and musical theater?
Dual majors are typically pursued in two similar fields, ie musical theater and acting or physical therapy and anatomy. Any college that offers both programs would be suitable, however it's not likely you could recieve two bachelors degrees of such different fields in the amount of time you probably want. It would probably be better to get a degree in one field, graduate, and then go back for two more years to get the second…