Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs differ in the number of credit hours required and in their depth of content focus. A master's degree can build upon the skills you learned in your bachelor's degree and help you advance your career in many fields.
While an associate degree is often referred to as a 2-year college degree, it doesn’t mean it will take you that long to graduate. By choosing programs that offer liberal transfer policies, flexible online options and more frequent semesters, you can greatly reduce the amount of time it takes.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, schools and colleges across the country closed their doors in mid-March. As the schools shifted to remote learning, SNHU MEd students continued their student teaching experience by supporting local elementary schools from a remote capacity.