Earning an associate degree can be a stepping stone toward achieving the more advanced goals you have set for yourself. Celebrating this milestone can help you refocus your attention toward achieving a baccalaureate degree simply by serving as a half-way point toward degree completion. If one of your educational goals includes earning a baccalaureate degree, you and your advisor should choose classes that will satisfy the degree requirements for both the associate degree and the baccalaureate degree desired. While earning an associate degree might not specifically qualify you to start working in the area of interest, it can help to prove your seriousness toward completing goals that you set for yourself. Potential employers are always looking for an employee who is not only able to set goals but also one who can meet the goals he or she sets.
Navy Corpsman Hailey Busby knew she wanted to join the military before she was out of high school, and had good motivation to do it. She didn’t know she would jump back into a college education in the process.Read More