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I have over 120 credit hours and want an associate degree how do i get it?

Cynthia Baker

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Chelsea Hayes on November 11, 2018

The number of credits does not necessarily equate to a degree. If the courses you completed satisfy the degree requirements particular to a specific program of study (). If you have completed courses at a college or university that offers an associate degree will be much more easy to get the grade. Completed the course work through the various schools will be more difficult because the intuitions have a transfer credit limit. Therefore, the institution could require that you completed a series of courses in the residence. I would be able to give you more information if I knew exactly where you completed your credits. Finally, if the credits are spread across a number of disciplines, you want to see in one of the liberal arts, or exploration of the arts and sciences degree in the school to be able to use more of their courses.

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