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asso′ciate's degree`

a degree granted by a junior college for the completion of two years of study.
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I recently conducted a voluntary survey of 83 Registered Nurses in an Intensive Care Unit to understand why Associates Degree Nurses have not returned to school to pursue their Bachelors Degree in Nursing.
A second flyer listed four major benefits to first obtaining a General Studies Associates Degree;
There has been much discussion on improving the process and transferability of a two-year associates degree to a four-year institution (Carnevale et al., 2010; College Board, 2011; Ignash, 1997; Ignash & Kotun, 2005; Makela et al., 2012).
Previously, he studied at Nassau Community College, where he earned an Associates Degree and membership into Phi-Theta Kappa, a national honor society of two-year colleges.
I plan on getting my Associates degree and transferring to a four-year college in two years.
Snarr holds an associates degree from Northern Virginia Community College.
She previously worked as a regional property manager for The Gale Company and earned her Associates Degree in Business from Warren County Community College.
For associates degrees, the trend has been flat for men over the past two years (indeed increasing slightly this last year), whereas for women the recent trend shows continuing slight declines.
Associates Degrees Conferred by Race/Ethnicity in 1999-2000, 2008-09, and 2009-10 Avg.
Also, as our Overall Top 100 list shows, one institution in particular--University of Phoenix Online Campus--now dominates the top spot, having conferred nearly 24,000 associates degrees in 2008-09, representing 3 percent of the national total.
21 in the "Top 100 Associates Degrees Conferred to Hispanic Students in All Disciplines" in the June 18 issue of Community College Week.

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