Looking to start your academic program with an associate degree? Anderson University School of Adult Learning offers three for you to consider:
An associate degree demonstrates to potential employers that the holder has achieved a solid foundation in general studies or in a particular area of study while achieving competency in oral and written communication skills. An associate degree prepares students for more advanced studies.
Ask a recruiter how associate degree courses fulfill bachelor degree requirements. An associate's degree is a great way to earn a credential on your way to completing a bachelor's degree.