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Associates Degree

An associates degree is awarded by a two-year community, junior or technical college indicating that the graduate has completed a program of study with a broad base in general education and a concentration in interior design.

The requirements for an associates degree is usually a total of 60 credits or units. Usually also requires a 2.0 (C average). The degree may be in an occupational area (such as architectural design) or in liberal arts (such as an associate degree in science or arts).

Occupational associate degrees, often called Associate of Applied Science degrees, are now preferred by many employers for mid-level technology positions. The liberal arts associate degree is widely accepted for transfer into bachelor’s degree programs throughout the United States.



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