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Old May 24 2013, 09:06 PM   #29
Kenbushway
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Re: Have you heard of this College?

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In order to get into a graduate program, you will need a bachelor's degree of some kind. A community college will only give you an associate's degree; you will need to transfer your credits to an accredited four-year institution and complete undergraduate coursework there before you even think of a graduate program. You're trying to plan Step J when you're actually needing to focus on Step B.
Georgia Highlands is a 4 year institution.
Not according to their own website.

Founded in 1970 as a two-year institution of the University System of Georgia, the college is non-residential and maintains six sites in Rome, Cartersville, Marietta, Dallas and Douglasville. In 2011, the Board of Regents approved a sector change to state college, a designation that means GHC can begin to offer a limited number of baccalaureate degrees. A Bachelor of Science in nursing has been identified as the first such degree. The first class to pursue the BSN will begin classes fall 2013. Other four-year programs that meet the demands of GHC’s service area will be added during the next decade.
Might want to focus on getting your undergrad work taken care of before you start getting pie-in-the-sky dreams of a master's degree in physics.
Well that isn't a possibility, Southern polytechnic State University is my only other option. I know that is a 4 year school for sure.
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