If I already have an associate's degree in accounting and 14 years experience what do I need for a bachelor's?
I have 69 credit hours in accounting I want to get a bachelors degree in education. What do I need to do?
The first step that you need to take is to look for a school/program that fits your educational and professional goals. What I would suggests is take a close look at this page - EDUCATION, and do an in-depth comb over to find a program that will best suit you specific needs.
Second, you're in luck by having your associate's degree. This means you already have a large number of your basics completed. Once you have made a decision you will need to contact the school and speak with an advisor. An advisor will explain to you the ins and outs of applying to the school, how many credits they will accept from you associate's degree as well as the other tidbits that are part of earning your bachelors in education.
All of this will be fairly simple because the majority of schools love hearing from interested individuals, and will do anything to help you get started. Good Luck!
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