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|View Poll Results: whats your level of education|
|didn't finish H.S.||14||7.18%|
|2 yr Assoc. deg. or Tech Degree||54||27.69%|
|4 yr Bachelors||70||35.90%|
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|11-12-2007, 01:32 PM||#121|
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I will have my degree in Kinesiology (under Education for some odd reason) in the summer, although ADD makes it hard!
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|11-14-2007, 03:05 PM||#123|
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I got my AAS back in 2002 and didn't do much with it. True, it helped me get my foot in the door at a few places, but I think it was my general technical aptitude that went farther.
Instead of the BBA after the AAS (which I'm in progress now), I got my A+, Security+, MCP on Windows 2000, and MCSE:Security on Windows 2003.
Now I work at the HEB corporate HQ as part of a 5-man team that manages ALL of HEB's windows servers. We're part of an early release program for Windows Server 2008, so I'm hoping to upgrade to MCSE 2008 sometime in the next year or so.
Sometimes working in the field helps you see what's needed to get where you need/want to be. I'd skip the AAS and go straight for the BBA while getting my technical certs, as the vast majority of my hours do not transfer towards the BBA.