Maybe you're looking to keep your education in forward motion, while you determine your career aspirations or save for your bachelor’s degree. Maybe you're returning to school after a long absence and you're just not sure how classes will fit into your busy life. Whatever your reason for choosing an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree, NEC gives you the flexibility to do it on your own terms and schedule. Online courses are offered in convenient seven-week sessions, with seven academic terms per year. That means you can save on overall tuition costs by completing your degree sooner!
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When you earn your associate's degree online from New England College, not only will you earn the same degree as campus-based students, but you’ll become part of a dynamic, interactive community that allows you to connect and collaborate with instructors and fellow classmates via instant messaging, chat and faculty-hosted discussion boards. It’s the support you need to succeed from application to graduation!
Core liberal studies in subjects such as humanities, social sciences and literature give students a broad perspective of the world and a foundation of knowledge employers value. They learn to think creatively, improve communication and make meaningful contributions personally and professionally.
Foundational liberal studies are blended with business courses such as accounting, economics, business law and marketing. Students gain a sound understanding of the theories that underpin business decisions and learn to think critically, problem solve and confidently make decisions.
Businesses and individuals rely on accounting professionals for a variety of services, from bookkeeping to budget analysis to preparing financial statements. Learn more about taking the first step in your accounting career here!
A degree in criminal justice lays the foundation for a multitude of options over the course of your career, from local and federal law enforcement to social work.
Psychology degrees are a popular option for good reason: The flexible skill set gained from undergraduate psychology programs are a highly valued asset in myriad fields.
Encompassing virtually all facets of the human social experience, the study of sociology is great preparation for any field that involves working with diverse populations.
If you’re passionate about helping others, earning a degree in human services can lead to a career in which you make a significant impact on individuals, families and neighborhoods.
The healthcare industry is rapidly evolving as new technologies and medical advances improve patient care and prognoses, providing exciting opportunities for healthcare administration professionals to help further the innovations.