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Category: Associate of Applied Science

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The Associate of Applied Science in Technology: A cutting-edge educational experience

Technology has advanced at an exponential rate over the past few years, and as such students seeking a career in that field must be well prepared to deal with those changes. To that end, Missouri State University-West Plains offers the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Technology, to prepare students for an ever-changing field that fosters the advancement of an…

Child and family development student Cory Neal interacts with young students at The Learning Tree.

Child and Family Development: Helping to build and nurture a positive future

  If you like working directly with children and families to help make a difference in their lives, the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Child and Family Development offered at Missouri State University-West Plains might be the degree program for you.   “The AAS in Child and Family Development (CFD) prepares students to work in a wide range of human service…

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Computer Graphics and Programming: For those with a passion for game creation.

Want to help shape the future of gaming? A great way to learn the basics is through the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Graphics and Programming (CGP) degree offered at Missouri State University-West Plains. “We provide students the opportunity to get in and learn about game art, programming and design so they can find their passion before they…

Tresa Ryan teaching a HIT class.

Health Information Technology: A diversified learning experience with many potential career options

Looking for a degree that will prepare you for a wide variety of job opportunities? Look no further than the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Health Information Technology (HIT). “Health Information Technology is an ever-evolving field,” HIT Director Tresa Ryan said. “Some degrees only train you to do one thing, but HIT opens many doors in the health care…