Types of undergraduate degrees
- Associate Degree - Community College
- Typically takes about two years to pursue post high school
- Students may take this route to transfer into a four-year university to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree
- Bachelor’s Degree - 4-Year University (Public and Private)
- Traditional four-year college degree
- Involves a combination of general education requirements and specific courses specific to the intended degree
- Students build the knowledge to pursue a career within their chosen major
- Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees depending on the major
- You’ll have a lifetime of increased opportunities. You will have access to more job openings, higher chances of promotions, and flexibility with job choices. You will be more marketable because having a college degree continues to play a significant role in the job market.
- You’ll have more access to resources. In addition to higher financial resources, you will have access to your peers and alumni who are on the path of becoming attorneys, doctors, and so much more.
- You’ll have future opportunities in ways you may not be considering now. You may not have even thought of attending graduate school once you graduate from undergrad, but you may unexpectedly gain a strong interest in medicine, law, education, or research.