Areas of Online Study
Associate in Applied Arts & Sciences Degree
- Business Technology
- Criminal Justice
- Early Childhood Educator/Paraeducator
- Health Information Technology
- Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
Certificates of Proficiency (45-89 credits)
Certificates of Completion (20-44 credits)
- Accounts Receivable/Payable Clerk
- Payroll Clerk
- Purchasing & Supply Chain Management
- Social Media Marketing
- Sustainable Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
Business Software Applications
Certificates of Completion - Short Term
(19 credits or less)
- Child Advocacy Studies
- Early Childhood Basics
- Foundations of Electronic Music
- Microsoft Software Applications
- Office Assistant/Receptionist
- Sustainable Business Leadership
- Tax Preparer
* Low-residency, online program that requires limited time on campus.
Not all courses in these areas of study are offered online each quarter. Please see the annual schedule of classes for annual planning purposes and the quarterly class schedule for quarterly planning purposes.
Associate in Arts Degrees - Direct Transfer Agreement
The Associate in Arts – Direct Transfer Agreement (AA—DTA), known as the direct transfer degree, is an agreement between Washington State community colleges and baccalaureate institutions. The credits earned in the AA-DTA transfer as a package to most baccalaureate colleges and universities in Washington, generally satisfying all of the lower division general education requirements and granting junior standing; it does not guarantee admission.
The AA-DTA can help prepare you for the following majors. Learn about degree requirements in the AA-DTA Degree Planning Guide. Then click the link below to read more about recommendations for preparing for each major.
- Criminal Justice
- Elementary Education
- English Language & Literature
- Health Information & Information Management
- Political Science
Associate in Business - Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Related Program
The Associate in Business requires specific courses and prepares students for entrance into certain four-year schools. The degree will be shown on your transcript as a different type of completion than the general AA-DTA. Learn about degree requirements in the Associate in Business Degree Planning Guide.