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Business management, my current major falls under the A.A.S category for degrees. In the following paragraphs I will explain the differences between the different types of degrees available at Hudson County Community College. The differences between an A.A, A.S, A.A.S, and A.F.A are as follows. The Associate in Arts degree (A.A) is given to those who finish programs which emphasize more on the liberal arts, humanities, fine or performing arts. Somewhat similar to an A.A is the Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A); being that students who attain this degree usually transfer to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts programs at four year schools. The difference is that this is for students who successfully complete programs that emphasize…show more content…
This type of a degree also leans more to transferring to a higher level of education. The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S) degree is granted to students who effectively complete programs which emphasize preparation in the applied arts and sciences. The difference between this type of degree and the others is, an A.A.S usually leads to immediate employment. Business management, my current major falls under the A.A.S category for degrees. In the following paragraphs I will explain the differences between the different types of degrees available at Hudson County Community College. The differences between an A.A, A.S, A.A.S, and A.F.A are as follows. The Associate in Arts degree (A.A) is given to those who finish programs which emphasize more on the liberal arts, humanities, fine or performing arts. Somewhat similar to an A.A is the Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A); being that students who attain this degree usually transfer to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts programs at four year schools. The difference is that this is for students who successfully complete programs that emphasize the foundation of studio art study like visual design principles, art history, art theory and contemporary art. An Associate in Science (A.S) is given to students who complete programs that focus more

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