Join Jennifer live as she explains a fantastic opportunity for ANY adult who graduated from high school 2 or more years ago and has not yet earned a degree. (Note this is NOT for teens Homeschooling for College Credit- you or your student must have graduated high school 2 or more years ago). This free event will give you the tools to do this on your own, or show you how to join our class working on this degree right now.
You or your student can earn a degree using your existing college credit. We currently have a small cohort of parents and adults who are pursuing this degree together in our special program called “90-Day Degree.”
This one-hour presentation will give you an introduction to the Associate of Applied Science degree being offered through Pierpont Community and Technical College, and show you how you can use your prior college credit (+cheap and free alternative college credit) to finish this degree in an exceptionally accelerated format.
Motivated students can finish this degree in 90 days- I’ll show you how!
The Board of Governors Associate of Applied Science degree program is a nontraditional, degree completion opportunity at the associate degree level specifically devised for adult learners to meet occupational goals, employment requirements, establish professional credentials, and or achieve personal goals. This degree program provides the opportunity for adult learners to utilize credit for prior learning experiences via licenses, certificates, military credit, and other sources while assuring maximum credit transferability.
Through the Board of Governors AAS degree program, adult students can establish deserved credentials, achieve a personal sense of accomplishment, and position themselves for advancement into a baccalaureate program. The Board of Governors AAS degree increases educational access and degree opportunities for adults who have deferred or interrupted their educational plans.
Note: The Board of Governors A.A.S. degree is available only to students who have completed no prior college degree at the Associate level or higher.