How long after an AA degree can I wait to get a BA degree?
No but you will probably complete the requirements for an AA & maybe even a BA long before you achieve your masters. Read More
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. Read More
Can you get into medical school with a AA degree in arts and sciences BA degree in business of management and a minor in chemistry?
Yes, as long as you are able to take the required courses for medical school. Read More
An AA is only 2 years of college while a BA/BS is an additional 2 years for a total of 4 years. The AA is often earned in a community college while the BA is a university degree. Read More
Answer 1: An "Associate of Arts" (AA) degree, at most regionally-accredited colleges and universities in the United States, consists of sixty (60) semester credit hours (or 90 "quarter credits," depending on which system the school is using). If one attends classes "full-time," then an AA degree takes two (2) years to complete. After that, one simply transfers one's AA into a bachelors (BA or BS) program, and said AA counts as the first two (freshman… Read More
If you are applying to a community college to take an AA, most have a transfer credit limit. They may transfer anywhere from 32 to 40 credits if they are usable toward the AA which could be 60 to 64 credits to complete. Still, I'm wondering why you would want to obtain an AA after already completing a BA. The AA degrees are typically designed to transfer to a four year college or university to… Read More
It depends on the specific program of study (major). The AA and BA are general degree types from which many specific programs of study fall. Read More
If you get a bachelor's and master's and doctorate degree does it matter whether or not you got an associate's degree first?
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 nothing if you already have a Bachelors, sometimes students with BA's decide to make a career change and enroll in a two… Read More
How long does it take to get your BA degree once transferring to a Cal State after 2 years with your AA degree?
If you transfer within the same field of study, it should take an additional two years, provided the receiving institution transfers your degree full-faith in credit. Read More
Where can you search for jobs based upon degree earned AA BA etc I want to search for a basic job based upon my AA degree need a job while working towards BA?
Here is a good site for you to go to. .payscale.com/best-colleges/popular-majors.asp Read More
AA is the abbreviation for "Associate of Arts", which is a degree. If you meant something else, please spell it out in full; otherwise, your question kind of answers itself. Occasionally people will obtain an AA degree and then go on to a BA or BS degree. However, you don't actually need to get an AA first, and it's far more common to proceed directly to the Bachelor's degree. Read More
If you are asking if you can get financial aid while working on your BA, the answer is yes. But, if you are asking if you can get the same money working on the an AA that you would for a BA the answer is no. Read More
The AA/AS you get really doesn't matter, but what does matter is that you get your general education classes completed and that they apply to the college where you will transfer to for your BA. All an AA is a general education degree showing you finished 2 years of college. Read More
How long will it take to get a BA degree in Law Enforcement after getting an AA degree in Law Enforcement?
It should take approximately two additional years if the student takes the degree full-time and as prescribed by the college or university. Read More
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… Read More
Yes, that is a professional degree as long as it is a BA. Read More
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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… Read More
If you have an AA in one field do you need to go to school for four more years to get a BA in a different field?
No, not if your credit hours from you AA are accepted at the college you want to finish your BA at. I know someone that had a AA in Business and went two more years for the BA in Teacher Education. They told her as long as the credits are accepted you are fine, no matter what the field. Read More
Not as much as with a bachelor's degree. I'd get the AA and then move to a 4-year school and finish the BA. Read More
Yes, if you can do that IF you want the AA degree in an additional major. If you already have a BA from one major, though, then you are essentially considered to have completed the AA as well as the BA. There is no good reason to re-take the classes. If you are asking this because you have a BA are thinking you might want a Master's in another field, then graduate schools are really… Read More
If you are enrolled in a university that has Kappa Alpha you can pledge as long as you are a student. Your AA doesn't matter once you are working on the BA or BS. It just means you finished two years of college. Read More
Currently, the highest degree obtainable is an associate degree in pharmacy technology. Read More
Is AAS in computer information system transfarable to a 4 years college after finishing AAS how long is it going to take to complete bachelor in which colleges of New York can you transfer?
Answer 1: You're asking a question which cannot easily be answered, here; in part, because each college in New York (or anywhere else, for that matter) is going to have its own requirements... things it will and/or won't accept, and under what circumstantces; and every school is different. Figure out a few schools that interest you, and then either ask for a printed-on-paper version, or go to its website and download a PDF version, of… Read More
Whether your BA is Nationally or Regionally accredited, it should be accepted by most employers. They dont usually ask you which accreditation the college/university holds that you received the degree from, they just want to see that you have one to qualify you for the position. Also, most colleges/universities will accept a finished degree (AA, BA) if you are bringing it in to achieve the next level of education with them, the completion of the… Read More
The education code for an applicant who has completed their Associates degree is "AA" usually known to mean an "Associates of Arts" or an "AAS" known as the "Associates of Applied Science" if it is in a recognized technical area, although "AA" is generally accepted for either. Next is the "BA" and the "BS"..... Read More
Yes, there is. They're not as common as "Associate in Applied Science" (AAS) degrees, but "Bachelor of Applied Science" (BAS) degrees do exist. And BAS degrees suffer from much the same problem as AAS degrees: Not enough "lower-division general education" (LDGE) during the first two (freshman and sophomore) years. In fact, many BAS programs are really just degree-completion programs for AAS degree holders so that said AAS degree holders, whose AAS degrees suffer from not… Read More
A 2 year AA/ AS holder can usually earn a BA/BS after 2 more years of study. Read More
The bachelor of arts degree (BA) is a general degree type from which many specific programs of study fall. The requirements will be particular to which major within the degree type you choose, which should be based on your overall career goals and objectives. Once you choose a career, then you can take the appropriate degree type and major that will lead to your career goal. Read More
Yes you can. there are nursing programs available for high school grads at most Junior Colleges/Community Colleges. Get an AA degree then you can move into a BA degree in nursing at a university Read More
Usually two years. The BA is a four year degree program in most colleges. Read More
Answer 1: An "Associate of Science" (AS) degree is a two-year, 60 semester credit hours academic degree; and an "Associate of Applied Science" (AAS) is a two-year, 60 semester credit hour career (or "career training") degree. It can be a huge difference if and when the associates degree holder ever attempts to have his/her associates degree applied to a bachelors degree. Academic associates degrees (which includes both "Associate of Science" (AS) and "Associate of Arts"… Read More
Answer 1: No, absolutely, positively not. A three-semester-credit hour course at the undergraduate level is much less work than a three-semester-credit-hour course at the graduate level. There is, in fact, a night-and-day difference. So, then, no school, no matter what, would ever credit undergrad coursework toward a graduate degree. It's simply not done... ever. But let's make sure we're clear on terms. By "graduate studies," you mean a masters degree (the one that comes after… Read More
They're all university/college degrees. BS is Bachelor of Science, BA Bachelor of Arts, and I think AA is and Associate of Arts. Read More
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. Read More
Not much since an AA degree is only a 2 year degree. Mainly it depends on the classes you took towards a BA or in getting training in one area. If you really want to work in science you need to go on for a BA with a major in one area of science. Otherwise you have 2 years of college and some units that may help you get a job. Read More
A MA degree is higher than a BA degree. A BA degree only requires 4 years of college. A MA degree requires 6 years at college. Read More
Typically, it is a bachelor of arts degree (BA). Read More
A BA is a Bachelor of Arts, which is indeed a university degree. Read More
I've never heard of "BA Psychology." You get a Bachelor's Degree IN Psychology, and Bachelor's Degree is abbreviated: BA... I have a BA in Psychology. Read More
Answer 1: There are three kinds of two-year, 60 semester credit hour (or 45 quarter credit) associates degrees and designations, to wit: Associate of Arts (AA) Associate of Science (AS) Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Be wary of the AAS, though, because it contains a lot less of what's called "lower division general education" (LDGE) than do either an AA or AS degree; and so if an AAS degree holder ever decided to go on… Read More
Tuition at DeVry University varies by type of degree, as different degrees require differing hours of coursework. An AA degree in accounting, for example, runs approximately $35,000 while a BA costs almost $69,000. Read More
The program of study at the associates level (two year degree) can be noted as liberals/journalism. The degree can be noted as an associates of arts degree (AA). At the bachelors level, typically it is noted as journalism which typically is a bachelors of arts degree (BA). I must say though, how they identify the degree, is up to the college or university. Not all identify it exactly the same. Read More
If you have a high school degree, then you have to apply to colleges that offer a BA in the major of your choice. After you're accepted, you will spend the first year or two working on GURs -- General University Requirements. Those are just your basic classes that cover a wide variety of subjects and make sure that you'll be well-rounded when you leave the school. At some point you'll declare your major… Read More
An Associate's degree is a two-year degree. A BA is a four year degree known as Bachelor of Arts. Read More
No, you don't need an AA to get a BA. Many people never get the AA and go straight to the BA. Here in CA we have speical schools just for chiropractor's and I am not sure what they are issued when they are finished with the program. No, you are not required to have an associate degree at all. Applicants for chiropractic programs must have at least 90 semester hours of undergraduate study leading… Read More
You put a comma between them, but unless you have a MA/MS or a Ph.d you don't place a degree after your name. An AA or a BS/BA are not graduate degrees and you will embarrass yourself if you place them after your name. Read More