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I'm an incoming graduate student in a Technical
Writing program. In thinking about costs and other
details I became aware of an associate's degree
program in Technical Communication. While both
prgrams take the same amount of time; the associate
program costs significantly less. There is a chance,
however, that I will qualify for a graduate
assistantship after my first semester.
When all is said and done, will I be better off to
spend/borrow more money and have a master's degree or
to spend less money and have (in addition to my BA) an
associate's degree? I apologize for the length and
would appreciate your insight.
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