Below you can find the associate and university transfer degrees offered at Pierce College. You can find more indepth information in the catalog.
The Associate of Arts (AA-DTA) is for liberal arts transfer students. It is also sometimes known as the DTA Associate degree. These degrees can be tailored to your university of choice.
The Associate of Science (AS-T) is for science transfer students and is offered on two tracks, depending on the field of study.
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|Associate of Arts (AA-DTA)||Worksheet||Roadmap|
|Associate of Science (AS-T) Track 1||Worksheet||Roadmap|
|Associate of Science (AS-T) Track 2||Worksheet||Roadmap|
Educational Planning Form
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A university transfer degree from Pierce College satisfies the first two years of coursework required at four-year colleges and universities, but at a fraction of the cost.
Completion of most of the two-year degrees listed below allow for transfer to many public and private four-year colleges in Washington.
A list of schools that accept each DTA, along with other valuable transfer information can be found on the State Board’s website at: http://www.sbctc.edu/becoming-a-student/right-degree-you.
Direct Transfer Degrees
Direct transfer agreements (DTA) are available in specific fields. These degrees satisfy the lower division general education (core) requirements and lower division degree-related requirements of four-year institutions.
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|Associate in Biology (DTA/MRP)||Worksheet||Roadmap|
|Associate in Business (DTA/MRP)||Worksheet||Roadmap|
|Associate in Construction Management (DTA/MRP)||Worksheet||Roadmap|
|Associate in Math Education (DTA)||Worksheet||Roadmap|
|Associate in Pre-Nursing (DTA/MRP)||Worksheet||Roadmap|
Pierce College has partnerships with many four-year institutions. For more information about these partnerships, please visit our Transfer Guide page.
Please note. Transfer requirements vary by university, so it’s helpful to choose your transfer destination early. Review the requirements for your intended four-year school, as well as the requirements specific to your planned major. Then, meet regularly with your Pierce College Advisor to ensure you’re on track with those requirements.
The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) defines policy for courses accepted for transfer at Washington's public colleges and universities. Guides for admissions deadlines and requirements for in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities are available for download here:
While Pierce College allows students to earn more than 90 credits, some four-year institutions may allow no more than 90 credits to apply to your chosen field of study. Be sure to check with the four-year institution to determine their specific policy. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure their courses are acceptable for transfer.
College preparatory courses, as well as those numbered below 100, are not acceptable for transfer.