Wondering what degree is right for you? Post-secondary education ranges from short-term certification programs to four-year degrees, as well as programs at the graduate level. Explore our articles below to learn what type of degree is best suited for your career goals.
An associate’s degree, often called a “two-year degree,” is offered through community, junior, technical, and career colleges and universities. At around 60 credit hours, the associate’s degree is the equivalent of two years of postsecondary study and will cover general education...
A bachelor’s degree has become the standard qualification for many professions. Bachelor’s degrees generally take four years to complete and run between 120 and 160 credit hours depending on major field of study. As demonstrated by a report from the Bureau of Labor...Read More...
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Your education is just the start of our work together. Whether it’s about class work or your next career, we’re part of your team from Day One. We’ll work with you to complete your application, help you fill out financial aid paperwork, and provide tutoring if you need it to support your studies. And when it comes time to look for that next job, our Career Services team will help you with your job search, create a resume, and work one-on-one to practice interview techniques.
Mount Washington College's five beautiful campuses located throughout New Hampshire, offer you an array of academics, athletics and social activities.