Associates degrees tend to be offered only at community colleges.
With a few rare exceptions, community colleges don’t offer bachelors degrees, so being able to get both degrees from the same institution would be very difficult.
In addition, once you have a bachelors degree, an associates degree rarely has much value.
How long does it take to get a bachelor’s degree if you already have an associate’s degree?
Short answer: it typically takes two years to complete a bachelor’s degree after obtaining an associate’s degree. Long answer: … but, that all depends on whether the credits from your associates are accepted by the school to which you are transferring.
Can you go from an AA to a BS?
If you are not able to transfer all of your credits from your associate degree, you can still complete your B.A. program quickly. With hard work, you can still complete your bachelor’s degree within two years after transferring with your associate degree.
Does two associates equal a bachelor’s degree?
Associate degrees don’t offer the same rigor. But at the end of the day, no, two associates degrees do not equate a Bachelors degree. Associates degrees equate to the first two years of a Bachelors degree, so it is missing out on the upper level classes, capstones, theses, etc.