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How many years does it take to become a genetics if you start from AA degree?
In terms of education, AA stands for an associate of arts degree which is typically a two year program of study.
If the AA was in a transferable program (AA degrees usually are), you are within the same program of study, and the receiving college or university takes the degree full faith in credit, it should take two additional years.
The AA, AS, and AAS are degree categories from which many specific programs of study fall. First you have to find which major (program of study) will lead you to your overall career goals and objectives. Typically, you will not have a choice between an AA and an AS. This degree category in put in place by the institution. In other words, if the institution decides the engineering program is an AS, they will typically not offer the same major as an AA.
A liberal arts program is an associates or arts degree abbreviated as AA.
The AA degree is Associates of Arts The AA degree is a two year program that fulfills the requirements leading up to the BA degree (an additional 2 years beyond the AA degree) All the credits earned for the AA degree can transfer to a 4 year university. The AS degree is Associates of Science The AS degree is either a one or two year program depending on your course of study. Some of the credits earned for the AS degree may be able to be transfered to a 4 year university. The best route, for the serious student is to go for the AA. Attending a community college for the first 2 years is half as expensive as doing those first 2 years at a university.
Actually you CAN get a certificate, BUT you can also obatain a AA Degree and a BA Degree. I graduated with from the 4 year Bachelors program with my BA degree.
The kinds of courses required for a degree will be strictly dependent on the program of study (major).
As I understand things, the "AS" degree is basically a one year program and not many of the credit hours will transfer to a higher learning education facility. The "AA" degree is the less expensive route towards the "BA" or "BS" degree, where one gets the first two years of college done at about a third of what it would cost at a 4 year institution. Every credit hour in the "AA" program can be applied for the 4 year college.
Typically, a nursing program at the associates level is an AS, not an AA.
There are a few possibilities, AA, AS, or AAS, depending in the type of program the student completed.There are a few possibilities, AA, AS, or AAS, depending in the type of program the student completed.There are a few possibilities, AA, AS, or AAS, depending in the type of program the student completed.There are a few possibilities, AA, AS, or AAS, depending in the type of program the student completed.There are a few possibilities, AA, AS, or AAS, depending in the type of program the student completed.There are a few possibilities, AA, AS, or AAS, depending in the type of program the student completed.
Well, the AA stands for associate of arts degree. I personally have never heard of an AA Plus as a degree, unless the institution itself is identifying it as a transfer program to a four year college or university. Some community colleges call it a 2+2 program.
The AA is an associate of arts degree. The student receives a diploma (the designed paper with school seal) validating completion of the program of study.
And undergraduate is someone who has a high school diploma and is enrolled in college but does not have a bachelor's degree yet. An associate's degree (AA = associate of art) corresponds generally to the first two year of a four-year bachelor program.
no, you can have an elementary degree The lowest college degree is a Associates of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS) or Associates of Applied Science (AAS). Below that, colleges offer certificates which is a shorter program than a degreed program.
The AA is not a professional degree. The professional degree are such as lawyer, medical doctor, etc..
Typically, the bachelor degree follows the associate degree if the student so chooses to start with the associate degree.
If your AA was a transfer program (typically an AA is), and you remain in the same major or field of study, then it should take an additional two years - as a full-time student - to complete the bachelor's degree.
Well, this really depends on how different your bachelors degree is from your AA degree. If you have an AA in nursing and you want to get a bachelors degree in writing, it will probably take you another four years to obtain an AA. The only classes from your AA degree that will transfer to your bachelors degree will most likely be pre-requisites.
The number of credits required for an associates degree can range between 60 and 64 depending on the program of study and state mandates.
An AA is an applied associate's degree, which is the lowest degree you can get to become a veterinary technician. You can also get a bachelor's, which helps when specializing or seeking higher pay. So long as you got your degree through an accredited program and took the qualifying exams, you are a Vet Tech.
If the degree is a transfer degree (the AA usually is), and you stay within the same major at the four year college or university, it should take an additional two years. However, if you change majors, then it could be quite different depending on the specific program of study and its requirements.
Associated Arts degree
An AA is an associates of arts. It is designed as a two year program of study, typically for students who wish to transfer to a four year college or university to pursue a bachelors degree (four year program). The AA is well balanced in the liberal arts, with foundational courses particular to a specific field of study. It takes care of the general cluster of liberal arts, and program specific prerequisite course work required by four year institutions.
AS = Associate of Science AA = Associate of Arts Both are two-year degrees