College Degrees

College-Degrees

 

U.S. degrees are recognized throughout the world. They allow students to move toward international careers. These degrees are divided into three levels of study:

 

Associate degree

 

This degree is the equivalent of the study of the first 2 years, awarded by the community colleges

 

 

Bachelor degree

 

Bachelor degree: This degree is usually achieved in four years. Bachelors two most common are the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS). The Bachelor degree allows you to specialize in a particular field of study (eg: Marketing, Finance, Architecture …

 

 

Master degree

 

Master degree: You can get this degree in one or two years after the Bachelor Degree. Masters the most common are the Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MS) and Master of Business Administration (MBA). The Master degree is actively sought by businesses because it allows students to acquire a thorough knowledge of the area studied, due to the orientation and specialized professional courses.

 

Certificate

 

Certificate: This certificate is usually obtained in one year. The program consists of between 30 and 36 credits, 10 and 12 classes to validate. It allows you to specialize in a particular field, as in the import-export, international management, finance, hospitality.

 

 

U.S. Academia undertakes to guide you and accompany you throughout your university studies in the United States, and help you choose the degree that best suits your expectations and your needs.