Associates in Arts (AA) Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) degree
The Associates in Arts with a Direct Transfer Agreement degree offered by Clark College is a program intended for individuals who plan on transferring to a four-year institution after completing their associate’s degree. The goal of this program is to meet the general education requirements for many programs at Washington’s four-year institutions. Through this program, a student may participate in a variety of courses that will count towards their future degree. A specific characteristic of the Associate in Arts with a Direct Transfer Agreement program is the Online AA Course Menu. This was designed in order to best equip students with the resources needed to meet specific requirements of the desired transfer program. Students may also elect to complete this program in a hybrid format. Students who are pursuing this degree in either the online or the hybrid formats are subject to the same schedules and requirements as the traditional students.
Subjects in which students will participate while in this program include communication, health and physical education, and oral communications. Students are also required to take at least 30 credit hours of both specified electives and free electives. A student should choose their electives according to their personal interests, career goals, and educational goals. The specified electives should establish the foundational courses for the major subject area in which the student plans on pursuing.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Clark College is a two-year, public community college, awarding associate degrees and certificates, that is located in the city of Vancouver, Washington. The college was founded in 1933 as a private junior college called Vancouver Junior College and became a public institution in 1958.
Clark College offers classes in four locations: main campus, on the campus of Washington State University, at a satellite campus in east Vancouver at the Columbia Tech Center, and at the Columbia Bank. The main campus is on about 100 acres in Vancouver’s Central Park, just north of Portland, Oregon. The college has partnerships with institutions such as Concordia University, Marylhurst University, Portland State University, and Washington State University Vancouver. More than 80 classes are offered online each semester. Online learning options include online classes, hybrid classes, the Weekend Degree program, and web-enhanced classes. The Weekend Degree program meets one weekend per month, or three weekends per term, and integrates online and classroom instruction. Students can earn the Associates in Arts transfer degree completely online.
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