Associates Degree

Are you sure you want to further your education, but haven't decided on a major? No problem. Earning an associates degree generally takes two years, as opposed to four years for a bachelor's degree. Often awarded through local community or technical colleges, choosing an associates degree can also mean an added level of convenience. Graduating with your associates degree can prepare you for a great job or career, but if you decide to continue your education, your credits can usually be transferred toward a bachelor's degree.