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Career and Technical Education

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Welcome to Career and Technical Education (CTE) at Minnesota State. We partner closely with the Office of College and Career Success at the Minnesota Department of Education to prepare students to enter high skill, high wage or high demand employment in Minnesota.

What’s new?

  • The 2017 CTE Works! Summit Call for Proposals is Open
    Get full details on how to submit your conference proposal and register at cteworksminnesota.org .
  • Consortium Perkins Plan Opens March 1st
    Consortium leaders will submit their plan on WebGrants
  • CTE Student Success Infographic Released (January 2017 Edition)
    This CTE Student Success infographic is a collaboration between Minnesota State and Minnesota Department of Education.
  • The iSPEAK CTE Blog
    We invite you to peruse our blog on all things related to career trends, the future job market, and higher education in Minnesota.

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Toll-free: 800-456-8519
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Welcome to GPC Online #gpc, #gpc, #georgia #perimeter #college, #georgia #perimeter, #perimeter


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GPC Online is the largest online program in the University System of Georgia. Students may choose from 18 online pathways. including Business Administration, Criminal Justice, and Teacher Education. We offer online classes in accounting, computer science, education, English, math, Spanish and a number of other subjects. Use the following links to view a schedule of upcoming classes and a complete list of course descriptions .

Check out GPC s Online Student Success Community forum for up-to-date information on online registration, online courses and other online information.

Georgia Perimeter College has partnered with Georgia Southwestern State University to offer the state s first three–year accelerated bachelor s degree in Georgia. This program is offered fully online and offers students two degree options in management or accounting. For additional information on the FastTrac program email the program advisor Shannon Perry or 478-304-1491.

GPC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) with all courses taught by SACS-qualified instructors. As a result, GPC courses are widely accepted for transefer to other colleges and university. Online students may choose to participate in GPC s Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) agreements, which guarantee admission to some of the best public and private colleges and universities in the country.

Current GPC students considering transferring to Georgia Institute of Technology (GaTech), should familiarize themselves with the Ga Tech s Course Transfer Tool in order to determine if/how your coursework will transfer. Contact a Georgia Perimeter College on-campus or online adviser if you have questions or need assistance with selecting courses for transfer.


What is the difference between an A #aas #college #degree


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What is the difference between an A.S. and an A.A.S. degree in business management?

What is the difference between an A.S. and an A.A.S. degree in business management?

A.S. stands for Associates of Science and A.A.S. stands for Associates in Applied Science. The AS degree mainly focuses on liberal arts, with topics that include, math, social sciences, English and history. With an AS degree there are only a few classes that are geared towards the subject of your major.

The AAS degree curriculum is geared towards mainly your major with the exception of only a few classes in the liberal arts as mentioned above .somewhat the complete opposite of the AS degree.

This is where the important part comes in the AS degree can be transferred to a college or university while a AAS (Associates in Applied Science) cannot! The AAS stands alone and is known as a vocational degree. So, having said that, a student with an AS degree can receive a Bachelors degree in two years while a student that has obtained an AAS degree will take FOUR years to obtain a Bachelor s degree.

Let s talk salary .a student graduating with an AAS will make a far greater salary than one with an AS and will be able to enter the workforce more directly BUT, again, if you want a Bachelor s degree you may have to take four years of classes to do so as the AAS will likely not transfer .BUT, you may find that some universities will accept your major courses taken through your pursuit of an Associates in Applied Science so it is important to find out this information before you choose.

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