Associate in Science degrees are often completed in two years at a community and technical college before moving on to earn a bachelor's degree at a four-year college. By earning your Associate in Science degree, you demonstrate that you have learned the basics of higher education, usually referred to as "general education," without needing to declare a specific major or course of study. The Associate in Science degree program gives a liberal arts and sciences background, but keeps an emphasis on math and science. Students going into business, engineering, or agriculture are encouraged to earn an Associate in Science degree. An associate's degree is a good first step to take on your road to an education. You will emerge from Maysville Community and Technical College confident of your direction.
Associate in Science Check Sheet
Associate in Science degrees are awarded to students who complete 60 hours, including the specified general education requirements, with a grade-point average of at least 2.0.
A credit used to fulfill one competency cannot be used to fulfill another competency. Developmental/remedial courses (courses numbered 001-099) cannot be used to satisfy graduation requirements.
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Associate degree holders earn, on average, $6,600 per year more than high school diploma holders, and enjoy 30% lower unemployment rates (according to the US Department of Labor). After getting your associate degree, you typically need only another 2 years to get your bachelor's degree.
This program has no special admission requirements. Please consult Maysville Community & Technical College's general admission requirements.
You can complete the Associate in Science degree in two years as a full-time student pending no developmental needs.
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For More Information
Visit the Math, Science and Agriculture Division page.
Dr. Angela Fultz, Division Chair
Office: S-201C, Science Building, Maysville Campus
(606)759-7141 ext. 66133
This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.