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It is my first time in college. Can I simply apply to the bachelor's program, or am I required to earn an associate degree first?

Author: Charles Hunter  Created: 08/02/2013  Last Updated: 8 months ago  Category: Bachelor's Degrees  Views: 371  Rating: 6.0

The bachelor's program is a 2 + 2 program, meaning first-time-in-college students will spend the first two years earning an associate degree, then spend the remaining two years working toward a bachelor's degree. Because of this, first-time-in-college students are allowed to apply directly to a bachelor's program. First-time-in-college students working on their associate degree also may be considered "bachelor's-bound," a categorization that gives them access to supplemental advising to ensure that they are on track and taking the proper classes in order to earn their bachelor's degree.

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