Degrees Offered at Peninsula College

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Associate in Arts

Associate in Arts (DTA)

Designed to transfer to bachelors of arts degrees at Washington public four-year institutions. Appropriate for students in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

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Associate in Arts Honors (DTA)

Designed to transfer to bachelors of arts degrees at Washington public four-year institutions. Appropriate for students in the arts, humanities and social sciences. An Honors degree involves extra coursework that may or may not be required at your four-year institution of choice. Talk to an advisor about this option.

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-DTA stands for Direct Transfer Agreement
-MRP stands for Major Related Program

Associate in Business (DTA/MRP)

Designed as a Major Related Program (MRP) for transfer with junior standing to a four-year institution to major in business.

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Associate in Math Education (DTA/MRP)

Designed as a Major Related Program (MRP) for transfer with junior standing to a four-year institution and is intended for students interested in careers as secondary math teachers.

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Associate in Science

Associate in Science (Transfer Track)

Designed for students interested in continuing their education in Biological Sciences, Environmental/Resource Sciences, Chemistry, Geology, and Earth Sciences. Designed to fulfill the requirements of four-year degree-granting institutions for transfer with junior standing.

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Bachelor of Applied Science

Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management program at Peninsula College is designed to enable applicants with AAS, AAS-T, AA, and AS degrees to combine their lower-division technical or transfer preparation, regardless of the discipline, with upper-division credits in business management, resulting in a practical, application-oriented, four-year degree.

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IMPORTANT: Academic Transfer Information

Students who plan to transfer to a college or university should attend a college transfer workshop, work with a Peninsula College advisor, and make early contact with their intended transfer school.

While agreements with Baccalaureate institutions assure the transfer of credit, admission to a particular university or university program is not assured. Each institution has separate admission criteria, which may be based on grades, prerequisite coursework, test scores, and other considerations.

Many universities have advisors who visit Peninsula College. Students are encouraged to visit these representatives while they are on campus. For more information about transfer programs, contact the Student Development Center, studentservices@pencol.edu or (360) 417-6340.

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