Community college programs serve two basic student populations: students planning
to transfer to a four-year institution, and students looking for short-term job
training or retraining. Transfer students choose between the
Associate of Arts Degree, also referred to as the liberal arts transfer degree,
or the Associate of Science Transfer Degree
designed for students whose career goals are within science or engineering disciplines.
There are also a growing
number of Direct Transfer degrees
articulation agreements between SFCC and four-year institutions, some of which are listed below.
Career and Technical Programs are designed primarily
for short-term job training. Most of these
courses are also transferable; however, the programs may not meet all the requirements
of four-year institutions offering degrees in the same major. AAS-T programs
are designed to provide transfer opportunities
for students desiring to continue on towards achieving a baccalaureate degree at specific four-year institutions.
Consult with an adviser regarding the transfer requirements for a specific college or university.
Certificate programs require as little as three quarters of classes.
Associate of Applied Science degrees are awarded upon completion of approximately
six quarters of course work.
If you already have an AA or AAS degree and you are looking to advance your career, you may qualify for one of our new
Applied Baccalaureate Programs.
Click on the degree titles below for more detailed information.
Career and Technical Programs
Associate in Applied Science
Applied Baccalaureate Programs
Current CCS Catalog
You may view the entire Community Colleges of Spokane
Online Catalog which contains a wealth of information about SFCC and SCC.
Check out the SFCC A - Z Program Outlines
for comprehensive program information.
Associate of Arts (Liberal Arts Transfer)
Associate of Science Transfer
Direct Transfer/Articulation Agreements
Associate in Fine Arts