Post-secondary School

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Post-secondary School by Mind Map: Post-secondary School

1. Universities

1.1. Grants bachelor's degrees

1.1.1. Goal 1

1.1.2. Goal 2

1.2. Larger than colleges

1.2.1. Offer 2 years ,4 years , and graduate degrees

1.3. Offer master's degrees

1.3.1. Take 2 to 3 years to complete

1.4. Focus on scholarly or scientific research

1.5. Public and private

2. Colleges

2.1. Offer bachelor's degrees in many fields of study

2.2. Programs opportunities to earn a master's degree, doctorate, or professional degree

2.3. Public colleges

2.4. Private colleges

2.4.1. subsidized by tax money from the state, which mean it is less expensive

2.4.2. are funded through endowments, tuition, and donations. Which make it more expensive.

3. Community Colleges

3.1. Public 2 years colleges

3.1.1. Can transfer to a 4 years school after 2 years community

3.1.2. Offer academic courses, technical courses

3.2. Open to those 18 years or older

3.3. Must have a high school diploma, GED, or be placed according to ability to benefit

3.4. Community colleges tends to be cheaper than 4 years colleges

4. Vocational

4.1. Vocational training schools are privately owned and operated

4.2. a secondary school teaching the skilled trades

4.3. Offer variety of training like computer technology, cosmetology, mechanical repair...

4.4. Vocational courses takes from 8 to 12 months to finish as much as three years to complete

5. Junior Colleges

5.1. Similar to Community Colleges except its private

5.2. Often called a 2 years of institution of higher education

5.3. Offer specialized training in certain are

6. Undergraduate Secondary Education

6.1. a school for students intermediate between elementary school and college

6.2. Two post secondary degrees are :

6.2.1. Associate Degree will typically take you about 2 years to complete. Need about 90 credits

6.2.2. Associate of Art(AA)

6.2.3. Associate of Scicene (AS)

6.2.4. Associate of applied Science (AAS)

6.2.5. Bachelor's degree

7. Graduate Postsecondary Education

7.1. For studies who wants to take after Bachelor's degree

7.2. Education at this level could be two type :

7.2.1. Requires to earned undergraduate secondary schools Research studies following either a bachelor's degree or a professional degree

8. Distance Education

8.1. education takes place when a teacher and student(s) are separated by physical distance

8.2. Way to study to be a short professor or graduate degrees

8.3. Less expensive

8.4. Mostly for international students

9. Special Interest

9.1. Single Sex

9.1.1. Most 4 years colleges Public Private

9.2. Religiously colleges

9.2.1. Religious faith schools

9.3. Historically black colleges

9.3.1. For African- Americans

9.4. Hispanic serving institutes