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Do you have to have an associates degree before getting a Bachelors degree?

Blair Lewis

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Ramon Kelly on May 9, 2019

No, an Associate Degree, it just means that you have two years of college and probably took courses that were not necessary for transfer to a four-year university. There are some advantages in that some four-year universities accept the Associate Degree and all credits will transfer to enter as a junior. There are cases where a scholarship program only pays for the "degree completion," so that, in Nevada, one must obtain at least an Associate Degree before the state transfer to the Millennium Scholarship to pay. If you plan on getting a Degree, it is necessary to check the requirement of the university that you transfer to determine whether or not it is in your best interest to get one.

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