TRANSFER DEGREE WORKSHEETS
Spokane Falls Community College
3410 West Fort George Wright Drive
Spokane, WA 99224-5298
Degrees and Certificates
AA-DTA - SFCC
AS-T 1 - SFCC
AS-T 2 - SFCC
AS-T 2 - Bioengineering and Chemical pre-Engineering - SFCC
AS-T 2 - Computer and Electrical pre-Engineering - SFCC
AS-T 2 - Mechanical/Civil/Aeronautical/Industrial pre-Engineering - SFCC
Associate in Biology DTA/MRP - SFCC
Associate in Business DTA/MRP - SFCC
Associate in Mathematics Education DTA - SFCC
Associate in Pre-Nursing DTA/MRP - SFCC
Tuition and Fees
Worksheets for statewide transfer degrees available at Community Colleges of Spokane are listed above. Consult a counselor or academic adviser for recommended courses specific to the student's choice of transfer institution.
DIRECT TRANSFER AGREEMENTS - ASSOCIATE OF ARTS
The Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) Associate Degree - called the Associate of Arts (AA) is the community college degree designed to transfer to most bachelor of arts degrees at all public and many private Washington four-year institutions. In order for the agreement to be valid for transfer, however, it is essential that the degree be completed. Otherwise each course taken may be evaluated by the receiving institution separately, and some courses may not be accepted for transfer that would have been with a completed degree. For this reason students are strongly advised to complete the appropriate transfer degree prior to transfer.
DIRECT TRANSFER AGREEMENTS/MAJOR RELATED PROGRAMS
To help transfer students better prepare for the junior year, two-year and four-year institutions are working together to create transfer associate degrees outlining the appropriate courses in order for students to be well prepared to enter the major upon transfer - MRP degrees. MRP degrees follow either the DTA/Associate of Arts format or the Associate in Science-Transfer format.
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE-TRANSFER
The Associate of Science-Transfer (AS-T) degree is intended for students majoring in science who wish to transfer as juniors to four-year institutions in Washington. Students who earn this degree will transfer with about half of the lower division general education courses required by four-year institutions. Remaining general education courses may be taken after transferring. This degree allows students to concentrate on fulfilling pre-major coursework in their intended field of study.