Good evening, everyone
I’ve been seeing a lot of students have three associate degrees and sometimes they feel guilty about having them. I wonder why?
Half of the student’s in my class I know, have pursued this similar pattern.
Associate in General Studies - AGS which is a good option for students who don’t know what they want to pursue they might as well finish up their Gens and Eds such as English 101, Sociology, Psychology so on.
Biomedical Engineering, Associate in Engineering Science - AES; all courses from the AGS can transfer to this AES degree without any issues and finish up the remaining course work. One example you can transfer English 101 for AES and won’t have to retake the course ever again.
Finally a third degree which is a
Nursing - Associate in Applied Science - AAS this degree has a lot of core courses focused on nursing and some basic gens and eds to finish.
A lot of students told me they’re not happy having 3 degrees at the moment.
This path seems very long and tiring. What are you’re opinions?