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University of Wisconsin—Madison

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University of Wisconsin–Madison was established in 1848 as a public institution. University of Wisconsin–Madison follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

Associate’s Degree

Associates in Arts and Sciences

Offered for the first time in the UW Flexible Option format, the Associate of Arts and Science (AAS) degree is the foundation for more than 200 college majors. All University of Wisconsin four-year institutions, including UW-Madison, consider the AAS degree from UW Colleges to satisfy the university-wide general education breadth requirements.


Pennsylvania State University—University Park

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Pennsylvania State University—University Park was established in 1855 as a public institution. Pennsylvania State University—University Park follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

Associate’s Degree

Turfgrass Management, Basic

Learn about turfgrass cultural systems and turfgrass edaphology, as well as methods for managing pests, so that you can pursue a career in turfgrass care, maintenance, production, or turf-related sales and service.

Turfgrass Management, Advanced

Prepare yourself for the challenges of managing turfgrass in any climate or terrain. Build your skill set with the online advanced certificate and learn about pest management, turfgrass cultural systems, turfgrass edaphology, and case studies in turfgrass management.

Turfgrass Science and Management

Have turf maintenance experience? Penn States online Associate in Science in Turfgrass Science and Management can provide you with the ability to plan and implement projects, communicate effectively, conduct training programs, and manage finances. And the program gives you the flexibility to earn your degree while you continue to work and build skills for a successful career.

Letters, Arts, and Sciences

Build a solid foundation for a future career — Increase your writing and speaking skills by taking courses in the arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences, and quantification. The course work can help you prepare for a future career or you can transfer the credits you’ve earned in the program toward a more advanced degree.

Information Sciences and Technology

Nearly all types of organizations — from retail establishments and manufacturing plants to service industries and health care — need information technology (IT) workers. And as IT operations continue to expand, so does the demand for additional IT workers.

Human Development and Family Studies

The Associate in Science in Human Development and Family Studies (HD FS) integrates practical and academic experiences to provide you with entry-level, professional competencies in the human service fields. The course work can help you gain a foundational understanding of life span and family development, and a core of professional skills that you can apply in program planning and service delivery

Business Administration

To be successful in today’s increasingly complex business world, you need to have a broad understanding of how your business works. An Associate in Science in Business Administration degree can teach you the fundamentals in accounting, management, marketing, information systems, and economics that will make you a more effective business professional.


George Washington University

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George Washington University is a private institution that was founded in 1821. The school has 57 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students, and the student-faculty ratio at George Washington University is 12:1.

Associate’s Degree

Associate of Science in Health Sciences in Lab Technology

An online HSLT student you will benefit from the George Washington University’s access to top medical, health care and policy experts both within and beyond the nation’s capital, regardless of where you may be stationed around the world. By earning your AS in Health Science Laboratory Technology from GW, you will not only have the ability to ascend the ranks, but also the newfound skills to expand

Associate of Science in Health Sciences

Our online program combines GW’s academic rigor with the flexibility necessary for you to maintain your commitments. As a Health Sciences student, you will enhance your skills with general education and health sciences coursework. Graduates of the AS in Health Sciences are positioned for entry into the non-clinical Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) programs.


Purdue University—West Lafayette

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Purdue University–West Lafayette is a public institution that was founded in 1869. The school has 38.6 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students, and the student-faculty ratio at Purdue University–West Lafayette is 13:1.

Associate’s Degree

Veterinary Technology

Are you interested in a fast paced, medical science-based profession? A profession which is centered around the health and welfare of animals? A career which provides you the opportunity to interact and educate the animal-owning public and the health science community? If this sounds like your passion, then Veterinary Technology is the profession for you.


Texas A&M University—College Station

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A public institution, Texas A&M University—College Station was founded in 1876. Texas A&M University—College Station offers a Greek system, where 6.3 percent of the student body is involved in a sorority and 3.3 percent is involved in a fraternity.

Associate’s Degree

Sport Management Minor

All of the courses for the minor in Sport Management are available online. Two of the minor courses will also meet international and cultural diversity requirements for core curriculum.


Indiana University—Bloomington

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Founded in 1820, Indiana University—Bloomington is a public institution. Indiana University follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

Associate’s Degree

Labor Studies, A.S.

Labor studies is an interdisciplinary field that deals with work, the workplace, and workers and their organizations. It draws from the fields of history, economics, industrial relations, political science, law, sociology, communication, and philosophy, as well as other disciplines.

Histotechnology, A.S.

Indiana University’s Associate of Science in Histotechnology is especially designed for the employed histologist, so the professional course work leading to the degree is offered by distance education. General education courses may be completed online at Indiana University or at other accredited colleges or universities.


University of Delaware

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A public institution, University of Delaware was founded in 1743. University of Delaware offers a Greek system, where 21 percent of the student body is involved in a sorority and 17 percent is involved in a fraternity.

Associate’s Degree

Liberal Arts AA

The Associate in Arts Online gives adult students the flexibility to pursue a degree even if their schedules or geographic location prevent them from attending classes on campus. This liberal arts degree, which requires a minimum of 60 credits, represents completion of approximately half of a University of Delaware Bachelor of Arts degree.


Miami University—Oxford

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A public institution, Miami University—Oxford was founded in 1809. Miami University—Oxford offers a Greek system, where 31 percent of the student body is involved in a sorority and 22 percent is involved in a fraternity.

Associate’s Degree

Associate of Applied Business – Marketing Management Technology

Marketing Management Technology meets management assistance needs of business and other organizations in customer service, sales, advertising, and promotion. Typical job titles include customer service representative, salesperson, store manager, sales manager, merchandise manager, marketing support technician, advertising specialist, sales analyst, and sales promotion coordinator.

Associate of Applied Business – Digital Business Systems

Digital Business Systems prepares students for administrative support positions in companies, service organizations, or governmental agencies. As technology permeates organizations, individuals increasingly perform their own support functions. Thus, traditional support positions are being rapidly transformed into higher-level positions.

Associate of Applied Business – Business Management Technology

Business Management Technology is for those who want to move into management and those already in management who want to upgrade their skills. It is designed primarily for individuals who have several years of relevant work experience and now want to learn more about broad areas of management in order to re-direct their careers or increase their chances of moving into management positions.

Associate of Applied Business – Accounting Technology

Accounting Technology trains students to work as accounting technicians in all industries. Graduates are employed in local and regional accounting firms, manufacturing, service, and retail firms, hospitals, schools, and other non-profit agencies. They are employed in many capacities, ranging from support staff to supervisors of accounting areas including payroll, receivables and payables and more.


University of Tennessee

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The University of Tennessee is a public research institution in Knoxville, one of the state’s largest cities. The UT sports teams compete in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference and traditionally draw large crowds during football season.

Associate’s Degree

Online Dual Enrollment

The UT Martin Dual Enrollment Program is looking for dedicated, committed and motivated students. Our program is designed to enhance your educational experience by providing an academic opportunity and challenge while saving you time and money! Our program requires a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, parent or guardian approval, school approval, and an dual enrollment application.


University of Oklahoma

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The University of Oklahoma is a large, public research institution in Norman. Its campus is also home to the National Weather Center, where undergraduates can find research and study opportunities.

Associate’s Degree

Aviation Minor Options

Students must complete 11of the 17 minor hours in residence at the University of Oklahoma. A maximum of 6 hours of transfer work may be applied towards the minor. A 2.25 OU and cumulative GPA is required; not open to aviation majors. Students under a 2007 catalog or later must earn a minimum grade of “C” to be considered passing and move to the next requirement.