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I am looking to finish my education. I currently have an A.A. Degree. I need to know if what I have will be accepted and what is the best school for me for a business degree.
My A.A. Degree is in General Studies and was received in 1982. I have a total of 82 credits from that school. Business Management is what I am interested.

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Asked by Sportref34 Tuesday May 4th 2010 in Online Degrees
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I love questions like this! The fact that you have your Associate degree is an excellent step in the right direction for wanting to earn your Bachelor's degree. Most schools are more likely to apply the credits from a completed degree towards your next degree, as opposed to the credits of an unfinished degree. So, good job on completing your Associates degree. Now, this is where it is going to get a little more complicated and vague. Every school has there own set of standards when it comes to accepting students, and accepting past credits, so you are going to have to simply start doing a lot of research. What I suggest is that you follow this link, online business degrees, read over all of the degrees that you find interesting, and then contact all of the schools that offer a program that fits your educational criteria.

When you contact each of the schools they will ask your about your past educational experience and degrees. You will be able to inform them that you have your associates, and they will be able to explain in great detail what that will do for you in terms of earning your bachelors. Some will shorten the program, others may not, but to find this out you are going to have to contact each school to see what they can do for you.

Good Luck!

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