Arizona's Jan Brewer attended community college, but did not earn any degree.
Utah's Gary Herbert has no college degree. His website states that he "attended BYU." During his 2010 election campaign, he was asked why he had never completed a college degree. His response called the question "elitist" and he refused to elaborate.
Wisconsin's, Scott Walker attended Marquette University but quit with low grades and a student government election scandal. He has since indicated that he may seek a degree through the "credit for experience." program that he set up after he decimated the teacher's union.
There are fifty governors -- one for each state.
The USA has a president, the states have governors.
The National Governors Association is made up of the governors representing the individual states and territories in the USA. Their purpose is to deal with the public policies of the states which they represent.
I am not sure, which state board you are talking about. There are several Nursing School boards in different States. An accredited college degree is accepted in all states. Universal degrees offers accredited college degrees so their degrees are recognized and accepted everywhere.
No governors. It was a feudal system . __ Some areas of Europe did have governors. Medieval Sicily is an excellent example of this. Many of the city states used governors.
Yes, college degrees are not particular to states. Licensing and certifications may be, but not degrees.
Every state has a governor, so 50 States have 50 governors.
States have governors and lieutenant governors; the USA has a President and a Vice President.