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Can i get a bachelor's degree without getting an Associate?

Carlton Burgess

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Roger Moore on September 29, 2018

Yes, you can. It is a matter of preference. Personally, with the expense of four year institutions today, the university community is a great place to start. It would be much less expensive, better teacher to student ratio, more individual attention, smaller class size, more family oriented, etc Even so, this is just a personal opinion. It is up to you. How to be a big fish in a pond, or a small fish in a big pond. Some students just like that of four years ago, the institutional environment, but you will have to pay for it. I teach at both the community college and university levels. In my experience, students who begin at community college do better in their junior or senior year in the four years of the institution than those who began at four-year institution, for a start. The foundation you receive at the college of the community is essential.

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