Recent Content

  1. 2 years 11 months ago
    Written by Colin
  2. 2 years 11 months ago
    Written by Colin
  3. 3 years 2 months ago
    Written by Nicole
  4. 3 years 4 months ago
    Written by Nicole
  5. 3 years 4 months ago
    Written by Nicole
  6. 3 years 5 months ago
    Written by Colin

Associate Degrees by Subject Area

Click the links below for more information about Associate Degrees offered at many U.S. community colleges, professional/career schools, and online schools. Links provide information about the type of degree offered, degree requirements, degree prerequisites, course overview, and potential careers.

Adjusting to College Life

Your freshman year away at college is an exciting time -- full of new classes, new people, new activities, a new living environment. For many students the first year of college is the first time living away from home, and away from the structure of the family environment they've grown up with. So with all of the exciting newness of the first months of college life, so much unfamiliar territory can also lead to stress and worry. For most students, these concerns are minor anxieties about where they fit in, where their new social circle will emerge, and what the future holds.

The Benefits of a College Minor

Choosing a college minor can be a major decision, depending on your reasons for looking into a second subject area to focus on in pursuit of your Bachelor's Degree. There are plenty of good reasons to take on a minor in addition to your declared major. Let's take a look at some of the advantages of a college minor.

Pros and Cons of a Double Major

As you're getting started with your Bachelor's Degree, you may be wondering what major to choose. And, if you're undecided or torn between multiple majors, you may be considering a double major. Choosing to major in two different subjects has its advantages, along with a few drawbacks to consider. Let's take a closer look at the pros and cons of pursuing a double major.


CollegeEducation411 Newsletter SignUp

* indicates required
Are you a student or parent?
Email Format

Connect With Us