Generally, it takes two years to complete an Associates degree. You can complete a Bachelors degree in four years at a college or university.
Accounting is a mathematics degree not a science degree. you would have to go to college for at least an additional 2 years in order to have at least the associates degree.
If you took a transferable degree at the associates level, and are transferring to a college or university within the same program of study you completed at the associates level, then it should take an additional two years to complete the bachelors degree.
Probably but you need to work this all out with the college giving the BS degree.
you have to have 8 years of collage consisting of classes such as math bioligy science. you have to have a masters degree and so oneyou have to have 8 years of collage consisting of classes such as math bioligy science. you have to have a masters degree and so one
forensic scientist, you could (with a few extra years of tertiary education) become a school teacher or even take your degree to a pHd level and become a professor
A bachelors of science in psychology involves a much heavier science focus than a bachelors of arts. An associates degree is half of a bachelors... or two of the required four years.
an associates degree is a 2 year degree
Two years may qualify you for an Associates Degree.
* Associates degree --- 2 years * Bachelors degree ---- 4 years * Masters degree ------ 5 years * PhD degree ----------- 8 years
Associates degree, which usually takes two years, where a bachelor's degree takes four years.
An associates degree can be obtained in two years.
An associates degree is designed to be completed in 2 years going full time. Since many people are doing it part time, it can take longer.
No. Certificates are much easier to receive (around one year of studying, sometimes even one semester); bachelor's degrees require around 3 to 4 years of post-secondary education.
A bachelors in anything normally takes you 4 years. Just like an associates degree is usually 2 years, a masters is 6 years and a doctorate is 8 years. Of course there are exceptions to everything but this is what it is normally understood to be.
It take 11 to 12 years doctorate degree in forensic psycology so try your best and stay in school
2 years = associates degree 4 years = bachelor's degree 6 years = master's degree 8+ = doctorate/professional degree
It should take an additional 2 years, given that all your credits transfer from the school where you earned the associates degree to the 4 year school.
Forensic Technicians usually need at least a bachelor's degree (four years of school).
forensic scientist can earn around 35k a year for the first two years.
4 years to get your Bachelor's Degree, and an extra 2 years to get a Master's Degree (optional)
It depends on what kind of accounting job that you want. You can get an associates degree in Accounting ( two years of education)... or you can get a bachelors degree (four years), masters degree (six years)... so on and so forth... the more education, the more money you will make.