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How to Make Sure Your College Credits Transfer

If you're looking to transfer from a community college to a four-year college or university, or transfer from an Associate Degree program to a Bachelor's Degree program, how can you be sure your hard-earned credits will transfer? And what about transferring from an online school to a traditional four-year institution?

The Pros and Cons of Getting a Second Bachelor's Degree

If you already hold a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited U.S. institution, your next academic pursuit (if you choose to continue with more education) is likely to be a Master's Degree or Doctorate Degree program. However, in some cases, pursuing a second Bachelor's Degree may also be an option to consider.

Graduate School: Master's Degree vs. Doctorate Degree

If you're considering graduate school, you may be facing a decision between pursuing a Master's Degree or a Doctorate. Depending on your field of study and your desired career path, the choice may be clear. But in some cases, either option may have pros and cons for you to consider.

Associate Degree vs. Bachelor's Degree

If you're looking into options for college or career training beyond high school, you might be considering either a four-year college or university, or perhaps an Associate Degree Program at a community college or online school. How do you know which program is right for you? Your decision will be based on many factors, especially the amount of time and money you want to invest in your education, as well as the career path you want to go into.


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