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do i need interdisciplinary education to teach?
i want to become a teacher and my online university has signed me up for an associates in interdisciplinary studies..is that neccessary or should i be doing a bachelors in education first? what is the need for that associates degree anyways?

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Asked by mikey Thursday Mar 19th 2009 in Uncategorized
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Well there could be a number of reasons that your university has done this. First, tuition for associate program are typically cheaper than Bachelor's degree programs, so they could be looking out for you pocketbook. Another reason could possibly be that your university understands that the more degree an individuals has, the more money or further career advancement an individual can gain. So you see it makes sense to earn you associates first, then you bachelors.

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