Bachelor's degrees are 4 years in length. Most students take 4 years to complete them although it is not uncommon to finish in as little as 3 years or as many as 5.
The above is a general answer, but statistics from the College Board tell us that the average time to earn a bachelor's degree is 4.7 years (2008). So the trend is toward 5 years. Disturbingly, only 57% of those who start a 4 year degree finish within six years - so the above data does not count those who don't finish their degree.
It takes two years to earn an associates degree (not needed if you are earning a bachelors degree), four years to earn a bachelors degree, and then one to two additional years to earn a masters degree after you get your bachelors degree. Usually, an associates or bachelors degree in early childhood education or a related field is all that is needed to teach in preschool.
The average amount of time it takes for a full-time student trying to earn a bachelors degree is 4 years.
It is degree that takes two years to earn. A bachelors takes four years, a Masters, six years and a Doctorate, 8 years. These are average times.
He has a bachelors degree in English from California State University at Long Beach.
Yes,diagnostic medical sonographer who has a bachelors degree earn a higher salary than one who has an associates,because a degree associates has become popular.
Samuel Adams earned his bachelors degree in 1740 earned his Master degree in 1743
it depends what youre getting a bachelors degree in
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It depends on your communication skills and your charm.
Usually 4-5 years
at least four years of college for a bachelors degree and an additional 2 or 3 years for a masters degree
Typically four years to complete a Bachelors degree. Accelerated programs allow you to complete a Bachelors in under four years by a few months.
You don't earn a Bachelors degree...Cosmetology isn't a College like a University, it only lasts a year, and goes by hours, not years...The only 'Degree' you earn, is a Cosmetology License.
You don't need a degree to be any major. A major is a specialized field of study that one takes to earn a specific type of degree. Like Kinesiology would earn you a Bachelors of Sicence in Kinesiology. You will need a degree to earn a degree higher than a bachelors however, you must have obtained the Bachelors degree in order to progress into a Masters program, which is the first level in graduate school. From there you proceed into Doctoral. This is the final period of Graduate School, and in order to enter that program, you must have completed your Maters degree.
2 years, if you already have a Bachelors.
It takes approx 6 years. First you must earn am associates then a bachelors and finally your masters degree.
At radiology technician schools you can earn various associate and bachelors degree. It will depend on the school you chose to exactly what degree you can earn. You can earn degrees to perform ultra sounds, xrays, or read xray reports.
A bachelor's degree is a prerequisite for the master's degree for legitimate colleges and universities within the United States.
That depends on several things, such as what their degree is in, what degree they have (Bachelors, Masters, Ph.D), and what the demand is for their particular field of education.
A bachelors degree typically takes four years to complete, it can take longer depending on how long a student takes to complete curriculum requirements.
Well an associates degree is a two year degree while a bachelors is four. Not all major will transfer from an associates to a bachelors. For example you can get an associates in nursing and go on later to get your bachelors and it only be about two more years. But if you have an associates in nursing and you want a bachelors in business. You will pretty much have to start over and most likely only your prerequisites will count toward your new degree.