College Planning as an Adult Student
College Programs for Adult Students
Certificate programs offer one of the fastest, most cost-effective ways to add to your education and enhance your career skills. Programs are offered in many disciplines including Business, Health Care, Technology, Legal Studies and more.
- What Are Certificate Programs?
- Is a Certificate Program Right for Me?
- Online Certificate Programs
- Types of Certificate Programs
- What Types of Schools Offer Certificate Programs?
- 15 Certificates You Can Earn Online
- Paying for Your Certificate Program
- 20 In Demand Certificates
- Earning More Than One Certificate
- Career Prospects with a Certificate
- Certificate Graduates' Salaries
- Keeping Your Certificate Training Up To Date
- Moving On To An Associate's or Bachelor's Degree
- Career Colleges Grow More Popular As Federal Aid Increases
Associate's degrees are career-focused academic degrees generally lasting 18 months to two years. Many of these programs can prepare you for a new career, or they can be a money-saving launching pad to a bachelor's degree program. Learn more about the cost-efficient programs now.
- Associate's Degrees: The Basics
- What Jobs Can I Get With An Associate's Degree?
- Highest Paying Jobs With Only an Associate's Degree
- Associate's vs. Bachelor's
- Associate's Degrees in Nursing or Health Care
- Associate's Degrees in Business
- Paralegal Associate's Degree
- Associate's Degrees in Design and Digital Arts
- Associate's Degrees in Criminal Justice
- Associate's Degrees in Hospitality and Tourism
- Associate's Degrees in Education
- Associate's Degrees in Technology
- Associate's Degrees in Health and Fitness
The four-year bachelor's degree is the cornerstone of many academic programs and the entry to many careers. But remember that these degrees come in many shapes and sizes. Is a bachelor's program right for you? Learn more now.
If you've completed some college work or are looking to move to a different institution, you'll need to know about the college transfer process. Learn what you need to know here.
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