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There are various kinds of associate degrees available: from associates of arts to associates of science and associates of applied science. Associate degrees serve a multitude of purposes for different students: they are sometimes used to bridge the gap between different phases of academic study, or to provide additional professional training and qualifications. There are associates in a wide variety of subjects in Arts as well as in Science, and many more fields of study. The variety of different associates can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular associate degrees listed below.

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October 31, 2019 | Medaille College
The A.S. in Business can be used to earn an associate degree or simply to accumulate sufficient credits to transfer into a baccalaureate-level program, depending on the student’s educational goa...
The A.S. in Business can be used to earn an associate degree or simply to accumulate sufficient credits to transfer into a baccalaureate-level program, depending on the student’s educational goals. [-]
October 14, 2019 | West Hills College - Coalinga
In the West Hills College Coalinga education program, you’ll learn how to do the following: work with culturally diverse families; address the needs of children at risk through early interventio... [+]
In the West Hills College Coalinga education program, you’ll learn how to do the following: work with culturally diverse families; address the needs of children at risk through early intervention; teach children in state, federal, non-profit or private early childhood education programs; recognize social issues from an economic perspective; and analyze social situations within elementary education including social interactions among diverse populations. [-]
The Associate in Occupational Science degree in Culinary Arts prepares the student for entry-level work in the culinary field. The emphasis in the professional courses is on the theory, practice and h... [+]
The Associate in Occupational Science degree in Culinary Arts prepares the student for entry-level work in the culinary field. The emphasis in the professional courses is on the theory, practice and hands-on work in culinary arts. Students work with industry professionals in several kitchens, bakeries and the Grossinger Dining Room. Students also take courses in Hospitality Purchasing, Cost Control, and Human Resources to round out their knowledge. They receive ServSafe and TIPS certifications as part of their coursework. [-]

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