It depends upon the route that you are taking. If you go to a community college, you should get an associate's before transfering so that you won't have to take any of the core classes at the university level (meaning that you'll go in and only take classes relevant to your major). If you go straight to a university, you'll just take all four years, and no associate's degree is necessary.
No you just work toward a bachelor of Science. If you plan on teaching you will need certification.
no, you can go straight to a bachelor's
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