How much is a unit at VVC?
Enrollment: $46 per unit for each unit enrolled. Student Center: Maximum is $10 per academic year ($5 fall term and $5 spring term). Fees are mandatory and are used to maintain the Student Activities Center.
Is associate’s degree possessive?
Do not use an apostrophe (possessive) with associate degree or doctoral degree.
Is it associate degree or associates degree?
Either say “bachelor of arts” or “master of arts” (no apostrophes), or bachelor’s degree or master’s degree (not bachelor’s or master’s of arts). Associate degree has no apostrophe or “s” When the degree mentioned is specific: Master of Business Administration, both the degree and the field are capitalized.
What’s the point of an associate’s degree?
An associate’s degree is an academic program taken at the undergraduate level (the first stage after secondary school). It aims to give students the basic technical and academic knowledge and transferable skills they need to go on to employment or further study in their chosen field.
What is a downside of an associate degree?
There are some profound disadvantages that you may be exposed to. You may not have access to the programs you want; many community colleges can’t offer transfer-appropriate CS education, for example.
Why is it better to go to a community college first?
Community colleges are known for their flexible schedules. At a community college, the smaller financial risk gives you more freedom to explore and change your mind. Plus, community colleges often have smaller classes. This means you get more attention from instructors — and better opportunities for mentorship.
Why going to a 2 year college is better?
Attending a community college for two years enables you to get all your basic classes out of the way while saving a significant amount of money. This, in turn, reduces the amount of money you’ll have to borrow when you transfer to a four-year school.