Whether you are working toward an advanced degree, associate degree or a focused certification, your imagination is your only limitation. Consider what you could achieve in just two years at a dynamic community college.
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Hone the technical skills you need to enter the workforce quickly, productively and competitively. Typically, the A.A.S. takes about two years to complete on a full-time schedule. It includes a few basic courses, such as math and English, but focuses on the specific skills you need to succeed.
Earn a certificate to develop a high-demand skill set in a flash — about two years if you are attending full time. Compensation can be higher for those earning a technical degree, but a certificate can help you build mastery in a specific area to position yourself for a promotion or enter a particular STEM field quickly.
Turbo-charge your career by continuing your education. You may have landed the job but might be encountering roadblocks to advancement without a bachelor's degree. When you return to college, you can complete your degree in just about three years. Begin your STEM journey today.