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Associate - associate's degrees.
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Doctoral - doctorate degrees.
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Liberal Arts - languages and more.
Education - continuing education and teaching.
Medical - nursing and more.
IT/Computer - technical and computer training.
Arts - art, photography and design.
Science - undergraduate studies.
Graduate - MBAs and other programs.
General - broad online schools.
Specialty - specific programs.
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If you know exactly what kind of college major you are interested in, you can find out more about which schools are offering those programs. For example, you can look for a bachelors degrees in accounting,
short courses in culinary training, two-year programs in paralegal studies or four-year undergraduate degrees in IT.
You could decide to move to Minneapolis and study cooking at a top Twin Cities culinary arts school. Or you could move to Indiana and enroll in an information technology, business administration or other four-year degree program.
But if you still don't have your high school diploma yet, you will need to get that done asap. You have to either actaully finish your missing coursework (maybe do that at a local community college or technical institute), or get to work on preparing to pass the GED test. Either avenue will prepare you to get on with your career and future. More details at GedPrograms.org
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