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It depends on the school, the department within the school, whether it is a restricted program, etc. You should contact the Office of the Registrar at the school, and also the department your specific major is under.

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Q: I am attending Triangle Tech in Greensburg PA It is a 16 month associates degree program and i would like to know if i can take a semester off?
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