An associate degree gives you a strong grounding in your field and prepares you to enter the workforce as a highly-skilled or paraprofessional employee.
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[Visual] The video opens with character representing an associate degree shown as being smaller than a bachelor and a masters degree.
Narrator: This is an Associate Degree.
It's shorter but it really packs a punch.
An Associate Degree is two years jam-packed with practical knowledge and theory.
It's a stand-alone qualification that focuses on practical study with skills that can take you almost anywhere.
There's a broad range of Associate Degrees spread across many areas.
With smaller class sizes you'll have more one-on-one time with your teachers to make sure you're getting the most out of your studies.
It can help fast-track you into a relevant Bachelor Degree or get you into the workforce quicker.
Focusing on practical study and the opportunity to complete a Bachelor Degree, an Associate Degree at RMIT might be the right fit for you.
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