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Associate of Applied Science

[ uh-soh-shee-ituhvuh-plahyd-sahy-uhns ]
/ əˈsoʊ ʃi ɪt əv əˈplaɪd ˈsaɪ əns /
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a two-year associate's degree granted by junior and community colleges as a qualification for certain careers, such as a laboratory technician, bookkeeper, or computer system administrator. Abbreviation: A.A.S.

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Also called As·so·ci·ate in Ap·plied Sci·ence .

Origin of Associate of Applied Science

First recorded in 1935–40
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