Coleman University Associates Degree
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The goal of Coleman University is to provide a program of superior undergraduate and graduate education for IT professionals.
Specialized study is supplemented and supported by a general education program that explores the relevance and correlation of knowledge.
Coleman University affords the opportunity for persons of diverse backgrounds and ages to share ideas and values and to learn to work together toward common goals:
The objectives of the academic programs are:
Coleman University is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award Associate's degrees, Bachelor's degrees and Master's degrees. (http://www.acics.org)
|What is an Associates Degree?|
An on campus associates degree is an undergraduate 2-year degree offered by some on campus colleges and universities. The requirement to earn a college associate degree is 60+ hours of general education classes and/or specific program classes, depending on what college or university you attend and how specific your associates degree program is. An associate degree is the most junior degree you can earn at a college or university, and comes in 3 incarnations: Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and an Associate of Applied Science (AAS). An associates degree can also be transfered to a college or university to obtain a 4-year bachelor's degree.