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.
An Associate's degree usually takes two years.
How many years does it take to become a genetics if you start from AA degree?
It would take (approximately) an additional two years as a full-time student, and provided you take the degree as prescribed by the college or university.
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.
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.
No but you will probably complete the requirements for an AA & maybe even a BA long before you achieve your masters.
It should take approximately two additional years if the student takes the degree full-time and as prescribed by the college or university.
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.
Yes, as long as you are able to take the required courses for medical school.
You're best option is to go through a RN-BSN bridge program. These courses can often be done partially on line and take a little over a year to complete.
The AA is not a professional degree. The professional degree are such as lawyer, medical doctor, etc..
“How long does it take to earn a 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.
Cal Poly does not offer AA degrees.
The kinds of courses required for a degree will be strictly dependent on the program of study (major).
WARNING! IT DOESNT WORK!!! It is a waste of time and money. I recommend your local community college. I went there got a AA degree and it was a waste of time.
Associated Arts degree
AS = Associate of Science AA = Associate of Arts Both are two-year degrees
AA is Associate of Arts; AS is Associate of Science.
What college classes will have to be taken to get an AA degree in Business Management
yes, and Associates Degree (AA) is part of a post secondary education.
In terms of education, AA stands for an associate of arts degree which is typically a two year program of study.
It would take approximately two additional years as a full-time student, provided you take the degree as prescribed by the college or university. However, I have never heard of an AA in dental hygiene. In most community colleges it is a associate of applied science degree (AAS), or (less prevalent) an AS degree.
There is no such degree.