How long does it take to get an AA degree?
Traditional Associates Degrees can be achieved in 2 years.
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.
How long will it take to get a BA degree in Law Enforcement after getting an AA degree in Law Enforcement?
If you have an AA degree and an AS degree in nursing how long will it take to get a bachelor's degree in nursing?
How long does it take to get your BA degree once transferring to a Cal State after 2 years with your AA degree?
How many additional years do you take to get your bachelors if you already have your AA in dental hygiene?
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.
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 I understand your question correctly, the AA is a degree at the two year level and not a minor. If you take a bachelors degree, the associates would still remain a degree; a bachelors in elementary education, an associates of arts degree in early childhood education (which should be the way you would want it).
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…
The associates degree generally covers the first 2 years of your Bachelor's degree. You could probably earn a Bachelor's degree in 1 year depending on the courses you took to get your AA degree and how many of the classes and credits carry over. But, it will in most cases take from 1-2 years to get your bachelor's degree, of course it can take longer if you change a major, or have a large number…
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…
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The associates degree is designed as a two year program is study as a full time student, provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college. If you are required to take a placement test, and the test indicates you must take some refresher courses in English and/or math first, then it may take a semester or two longer.
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…
If you are enrolled full time in the AA program, it would take two years. This would give you a basic Associate of Arts degree. Here is what wikipedia has to say about it " An associate degree is an academic degree awarded by community colleges, junior colleges, business colleges and some bachelor's degree-granting colleges and universities upon completion of a course of study usually lasting two years."For more on their excellent article, consult Wikipedia…
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.