Many students earn associate degrees during their first few years of higher education. Since they usually require about two years of study, these degrees can act either as job qualifications or as precursors to more advanced degrees.
Online Associate Degree in Languages
This two-year program prepares students in the English language skills for TOEFL/IELTS, basic English teaching, continuation in academic studies, call-center jobs, medical transcription, etc.[+]
Rays Online College Courses offers courses for students who need English language skills for a wide variety of purposes: preparing for TOEFL/IELTS examinations, transferring into a Western university, teaching basic English, working in a call-center, or transcribing medical instructions. Students normally take two courses at a time, over a nine-week term. There are 5 terms in a year so that in two years the student has completed 20 courses. Each course is equivalent to a 3-credit American course. The Associate Degree, therefore, comprises 60 credits. Courses offered to begin 04 January 2016 are English listening, English writing, The Internet, and Critical Thinking and Logic. A full list of courses is available on request. Teachers are of first-language quality, with years of international teaching experience and higher degrees.... [-]
Rays Online College Credits offers an online Associate Degree equivalent to the two-year Associate Degree program of many international universities. [+]
Rays Online College Credits offers an online Associate Degree, equivalent to the two-year Associate Degree program of many international universities. After completing the Foundation Year at ROCC, students may then transfer the credits into foreign (notably American or Asian) programs. The Associate Program at ROCC costs only USD4800 for the entire two years of 20 courses, compared to the $20,000 for other American two-year online programs, or compared to the average of almost $100,000 to attend two years of a private American university. The Associate Program builds upon the Foundation Year Program, whose courses are described in our description of the FOUNDATION YEAR. The additional 10 courses are again divided into 5 English and 5 core subjects. English courses are chosen from: Readings in the Social Sciences, English Idioms and Expressions, Linguistics, Etymology and Word Derivations, English Literature, Business English, and Writing the Research Paper. The five non-English courses are chosen from Economics, Psychology, Statistics, Art and the Humanities, ASEAN studies. And American studies.... [-]