Transfer Degrees Summary Chart
For all transfer option listed below, students should contact the transfer institution for any additional
requirements, procedures for admission, and to determine an appropriate education plan.
Master List of Transferable Courses
Refer to this guide when selecting courses to fulfill specific requirements for your transfer degree.
Associate in Arts - DTA*
Designed to fulfill general education requirements at Washington State baccalaureate institutions.
Associate in Science - Option I
Designed for students majoring in biological sciences, chemistry, geology, or environmental/resource science, & earth science.
Associate in Science - Option II
Designed for students majoring in engineering, computer science, physics, & atmospheric sciences.
Associate in Biology - DTA/MRP**
Designed to streamline and facilitate preparation for upper division coursework in Biology at many baccalaureate institutions in Washington state.
Associate in Business - DTA/MRP**
For students transferring to a baccalaureate institution to major in business.
Associate in Math Education - DTA/MRP**
For students planning to major in secondary math education at a baccalaureate institution.
*DTA = Direct Transfer Agreement
**MRP = Major Related Program - a pathway outlining appropriate courses in order for students to be well prepared to enter the major upon transfer. Pathways follow one of two state-wide transfer agreements: The DTA or the Associate in Science.
Additional Academic Transfer Information
Quick Guide to Programs & Degrees
Lewis-Clark State College
Oregon State University
University of Idaho
Washington State University
AAS-T Early Childhood Education
Academic Transfer Information
Walla Walla Community College offers courses in most academic areas. These courses meet requirements for associates' degrees and will transfer to four-year institutions within guidelines established by those schools. The courses and degrees offered are designed to enable the student to make a successful transition to a four-year institution. Students who plan to transfer to a specific college or university should work with a transfer advisor both at the community college and at the four-year institution they plan to attend.
While the agreements with Baccalaureate institutions assure the transfer of credit, the admission to a particular university or university program is not assured. Each institution has separate admission criteria which can be based on grades, prerequisite coursework, test scores, and other considerations.
Students who plan to transfer to a university should attend a college transfer workshop, work with a community college advisor, and make early contact with their intended transfer school.
Many universities have advisors who visit WWCC. Students are encouraged to visit with these representatives when they are on campus.
For more information about transfer programs, contact the Academic Education Office (509.527.4212), the Student Development Center (509.527.4262) or the Transfer Center (509.527.3679) in Walla Walla and (509.758.1718) in Clarkston.