Being bilingual and holding an AA degree can get you far in most mid-level jobs and you should be able to make a good living. However, a 4-year degree or a master's degree could open up a whole new level of opportunities with foreign companies, the government, etc.
The AA is not a professional degree. The professional degree are such as lawyer, medical doctor, etc..
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.
Associated Arts degree
AA is Associate of Arts; AS is Associate of Science.
yes, and Associates Degree (AA) is part of a post secondary education.
What college classes will have to be taken to get an AA degree in Business Management
In terms of education, AA stands for an associate of arts degree which is typically a two year program of study.
Maybe a GED is all you need for welder jobs. Unless they are looking for some college education, then you can go to school for a few years and earn your AA Degree.
How many years does it take to become a genetics if you start from AA degree?
There really isn't an answer for this, because you could potentially become CEO of a company with an AA degree ... if your father is the Chairman of the Board. An AA degree is, to put it colloquially, not much of a degree, but it does prove you have some amount of training in a particular field (so it's slightly better than "I gots me my 8th grade diplomer"). Depending on the field, it could be either the minimum qualification required for an entry level job, or it could be completely irrelevant.
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AA's or BB's or Masters Degree
There are tons of schools that offer a degree in graphic design. It depends on whether you want an AA or a BS degree. If you want an AA degree, a community college will do. If you want a BS degree, you will need to attend an accredited university.
The vast majority of two year colleges require 60 credits for graduation with an AA degree.
AS = Associate of Science AA = Associate of Arts Both are two-year degrees
a 2 year AA degree
No but you will probably complete the requirements for an AA & maybe even a BA long before you achieve your masters.
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 credits earned for the AS degree may be able to be transfered to a 4 year university. The best route, for the serious student is to go for the AA. Attending a community college for the first 2 years is half as expensive as doing those first 2 years at a university.
Answer 1: Associates degrees come in three flavors: An Associate of Arts (AA), and an Associate of Science (AS), and an Associate of Applied Science (AAS). Stay away from the AAS degrees, though, because they typically contain much less "Lower Division General Education" (LDGE) than AA or AS degrees, and so are usually not as easily transferred into four-year bachelors degree programs. Always stick with the AA or AS degree!In any case, a "Human Services" degree might be considered an "arts" degree at one school, but a "sciences" degree at another; so there's no predicting whether the "Human Services" degree would be an AA or AS... it would just depend on the school.However, "Human Services" is quite often abbreviated as the obvious "HS." And so the likely abbreviations would be...Associate of Arts in Human Services (AAHS)...or...Associate of Science in Human Services (ASHS)...or at least something like that. But, seriously, it really does depend on how any given school does things. It's very difficult to declare, for certain, what the abbreviation would be for all schools. You would just have to contact the school, or look on its website, or in its catalog to see how it abbreviates an associates degree in human services.
Yes, you can get a job with AA and then go to college and work up to a bachelors degree.
An AA is a two year college degree that you will only use on applications. So, you would write AA in interior design.