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What is the difference between an ADN and a AAS?

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Jeremy Wood on November 14, 2018

Within the world of academia, ADN (in some areas) refers to associates degree in nursing, which is program-specific. AAS stands for associates in applied science which is not program-specific, but a degree category under which many programs of study fall. For example, an AAS in electronics technology, computer science, business administration, mechanical technology, etc Within the world of academia, ADN (in some areas) refers to associates degree in nursing, which is program-specific. AAS stands for associates in applied science which is not program specific but a degree category under which many programs of study fall. For example, an AAS in electronics technology, computer science, business administration, mechanical technology, etc Within the world of academia, ADN (in some areas) refers to associates degree in nursing, which is program-specific. AAS stands for associates in applied science which is not program specific but a degree category under which many programs of study fall. For example, an AAS in electronics technology, computer science, business administration, mechanical technology, etc Within the world of academia, ADN (in some areas) refers to associates degree in nursing, which is program-specific. AAS stands for associates in applied science which is not program specific but a degree category under which many programs of study fall. For example, an AAS in electronics technology, computer science, business administration, mechanical technology, etc Within the world of academia, ADN (in some areas) refers to associates degree in nursing, which is program-specific. AAS stands for associates in applied science which is not program specific but a degree category under which many programs of study fall. For example, an AAS in electronics technology, computer science, business administration, mechanical technology, etc Within the world of academia, ADN (in some areas) refers to associates degree in nursing, which is program-specific. AAS stands for associates in applied science which is not program specific but a degree category under which many programs of study fall. For example, an AAS in electronics technology, computer science, business administration, mechanical technology, etc


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