How To Choose And Get A College Degree Give Away Rights Ebook

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How to choose and get a college degree

More and more the job market is requiring workers to be educated beyond a high school degree, and that means that more and more people are going to college. You might be one of them – or maybe you’re thinking about becoming one of them. No matter what level you are studying at, or what stage of life you are in, if you are going to take college classes, you are going to have choose something to study. A read through this guide should help you understand the different types of degrees available as well as the different areas in which you can concentrate in, and most importantly, how to determine which of these are best for you.

Who me? College?

You might be thinking to yourself, “College? College isn’t for me. I hated school every minute I was in it, and I swore I would never go back!” Perhaps you already have a degree and wonder why you would ever want of need another. Or maybe you think that you are to old for school – or you have a family that needs taking care of… Well, let me be one to tell you that there really are no excuses. If you want to do college and you live in America, you can do college. It might take a bit of sacrifice, but you can do it. The whole system is set up so that you – or anybody else who wants to – can do it. (That is, provided you were born of white European descent and didn’t grow up in significant poverty – in which case the system is stacked against you. But I digress…)

There are a number of alternate ways to go through school these days and most of these have been set up to accommodate for non-traditional students. There are schools that offer night classes, weekend classes, on-line classes, and some that have special commuter schools. Degrees can be completed in very short periods of time, or very slowly over a long period of time.

Types of Colleges – Types of Degrees

There are a number of different types of degrees that you can get from colleges and universities, not all of which have always existed, and a number of different sorts of colleges granting those degrees.

Community colleges usually offer associate’s degrees, which require two to three years of full-time class work. People getting associate’s degrees typically transfer to a college to work on a bachelor’s degree, or sometimes are able to enter right into the work force, especially if their degree is in technology of some sort.

Community colleges sometimes offer certificates or diplomas in technical trades as well – degrees for technology specialists or a whole host of specific medical trades like surgical technician, x-ray technician, or respiratory therapist, for examples.

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- 2 Ebooks (PDF, DOC), 12 Pages
- Year Released/Circulated: 2008
- File Size: 490 KB
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