What is the difference between an associate degree and a bachelor's degree?

Response from Catherine Machado:

An associate degree is a degree granted by community colleges to students who complete a specified program of study, usually totaling 60 credit hours.

A bachelor's degree or baccalaureate is a degree granted upon completion of at least 124 term credit hours or 180 quarter credit hours. Bachelor's of Arts and Bachelor's of Science Degrees are offered by the California State Universities, the University of California and many private or out-of-state four-year colleges and universities.

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