Both a diploma and an associate degree strive to provide students with a deep understanding of science to provide a solid base at the beginning of each student’s healthcare career. Needless to say, both are excellent programs that offer hands-on training to be a competent healthcare professional.
What is the difference between a diploma and an associate degree in the healthcare profession? How do you decide which is better for you?
While they may be similar in many ways, choosing which one you want to pursue is really about deciding which one fits in with your career goals. Here are some questions you need to consider when deciding which is best suited for you.
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