Direct Transfer Agreement - Associate in Arts - DTA
Fall, Winter, Spring
Spokane Falls Community College
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If you have a passion for making a difference and for learning how human behaviors influence relationships & societies, consider selecting one of the two Exploratory Maps for the Education, Social & Behavioral Science (ESBS) Pathway.
There are two ESBS Exploratory Maps. Each is a two-quarter sequence designed to give you the time and opportunity to explore the programs within the ESBS Pathway so you can choose an area that fits with your interests and goals.
The courses on these maps have been carefully selected so that you can explore your areas of interest while at the same time earning some valuable credits toward a degree or certificate.
The ESBS-Career-Technical Exploratory Map includes the following areas of study:
The ESBS-Academic Transfer Exploratory Map includes the following areas of study:
NOTE: Check out the career information on each of these pages to help inform your decision!
Our goal for you is that by the end of your exploration, you’ll be ready to choose the degree or certificate that is right for you. With the assistance of an advisor, you’ll make a plan to maximize the credits you’ve earned as you transition to your chosen pathway.
This program map is not a degree or certificate, it is a two-quarter sequence of classes that gives you time to explore the programs within this pathway. You’ll earn some transferable credits while investigating your interests and finding your passion.
At the end of the two-quarters, you’ll choose the degree or certificate that is right for you. With the assistance of an advisor, you’ll create a personal education plan to maximize the credits you’ve earned as you transition to your chosen pathway.
Choose program map:
ESBS Exploratory--Academic Transfer AA-DTA map
ESBS Exploratory--CTE AA-DTA map
Total Credits: 30
lodie Goodman has been a part of the SFCC community since September 2000. lodie was a French and film instructor and was the Chair of the Communication Arts & Modern Languages Department. After 18 years of teaching and advising students across the campus, she stepped up to the new role as Dean of Social Science, Business, and Human Services. She enjoys the opportunity to collaboratively work with faculty, staff, and students to advance the mission of SFCC. A couple of her passions are mentoring and being actively involved in Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging as well as championing professional development for her faculty and staff. Whatever is needed to better serve our students and community, particularly behind the scenes, lodie is game.
In her free time, lodie enjoys spending time with her family including her 4 German Shepherds, teaching and practicing yoga, writing, working in her organic lavender field, and collecting rocks.
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Pathways Specialist (Addiction Studies)
Building 19, Office 106
Pathways Specialist (Social Sciences)
Building 24, Office 108C
Pathways Specialist (Education, Library, Interpreter Training, Integrated Community Services)
Building 16, Room 133D