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Do you have to obtain an associates degree before obtaining a bachelors degree? Or can you just go to school for the bachelors degree?

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Asked by tkbivins Friday Jul 16th 2010 in Other - Education
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No. It is very common for individuals to enter into a bachelor's degree program without having earned their associates degree. Now with that said, some employers do pay by the number of degrees, believe it or not, so it is worth considering earning you associates degree first. Not to mention that associate degrees are usually offered through a community college at a lower tuition rate. So, you might save some cash.

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