An associate's degree is usually a two-year degree awarded by community colleges, technical schools, and universities in the United States.
A bachelor's degree is a four-year degree that provides students with general education, liberal arts, electives, and a specialization of their choice.
Post - Graduation
A graduate course is taken after completing an undergraduate degree. The types of graduate courses are divided into stricto sensu and lato sensu.
A Master's degree is typically completed in two years. Highly specialized, a Master's degree offers an in-depth focus on a particular field of study.
It is the highest academic and university degree that is awarded at the end of a course of study in most countries.
A postdoctoral fellowship is a study and research internship done by a doctoral degree holder at a university.