I write software for a living, but I got my bachelor's degree with the idea of becoming a city planner.
My associate's is in Applied Business, computer programming with a minor in Accounting.
My military associate's is in Applied Science, information technology.
And my Bachelor's is a combination of mathematics, communications and other courses that were considered important to build skills required to communicate with anyone a city manager would deal with on a regular basis. Around 140 credit hours and I ended up with a 3.465.