A bachelor’s degree is the second level of undergraduate higher education; an associate degree is first, but you don’t need to get your associate to pursue a bachelor’s. Most bachelor’s degree programs require you to complete 120 credit hours or the equivalent of 40 classes.
The most common bachelor’s degrees are:
- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
- Bachelor of Science (BS)
Once you’ve completed your bachelor’s degree, you’re eligible to enroll in a master’s degree program to earn what is referred to as a graduate degree. The top reasons people choose to pursue a master’s degree include a desire for higher earnings, a career change or to follow a passion, according to the Harvard Business Review (HBR).
Unlike a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree narrows your focus to one particular area of study.
Typical master’s degrees include the:
- Master of Arts (MA)
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Science (MS)
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