CLS 100 Chp3 questions - Alex Sciamanna Mrs Lancaster CLS...

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Alex Sciamanna Mrs. Lancaster CLS 100 22 May 2015 Chapter 3 questions 1. Define the follows types of degrees: AA, AS, AAS, BA, and BS. In the definition, include the number of semester hours needed to earn each degree and the emphasis or purpose of the degree. Identify which associate degrees are transfer degrees. A.A stands for Associate of Arts and that usually requires around 60-63 credit hours to earn that degree. The emphasis purpose is for something in liberal or performing arts and is a transfer degree. A.S stands for Associate of Science and that usually consists of 60-65 credit hours to earn this degree that transfers. This degree emphasizes Science based courses like chemistry and Geology. A.A.S stands for the Associate of Applied Science and that consists of usually 60-65 credit hours. This is for people who want to enter the science workforce after getting their degree and this degree may not transfer. B.A stands for Bachelor of Arts and consists of 120 semester hours. This degree does transfer and has an emphasis on liberal and performing arts. B.S stands for bachelor of science and requires 120-124 semester hours. This degree does transfer and has an emphasis on science related fields. 2. What is a college catalog? Discuss the content what is in a college catalog. How important is a college catalog compare to other college publications?
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