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servers that host the main websites (CCS, SCC and SFCC) on Sunday, January 29th from 9am-12pm. All CCS websites will
be unavailable during the maintenance period listed above. If you experience problems after that time frame, we ask
that you report them to the IT Support Center immediately. ccs.spokane.freshservice.com or 509-533-4357.
Direct Transfer Agreement - Academic Transfer
Fall, Winter, Spring
Spokane Falls Community College
Financial Aid Eligible
Yes. Read more about Financial Aid.
History is much more than a classroom — historians find lucrative careers working in museums, in the media, doing research and consulting with others.
In this two-year, pre-major program, you'll learn about western civilizations, the history of the pacific northwest and Latin America. You'll dive into United States world history, and get up to speed on current world problems.
This program prepares you to continue your education by transferring to a four-year college or university at a junior standing.
You and your advisor will use this program map as a starting point in creating your own personal education plan, customized to your needs. We meet you where you are and help you reach your goals.
Choose program map:
History AA-DTA map
Total Credits: 90
Suzie Heimbigner, Guided Pathways Curriculum Advisor Humanities Pathway
Suzie joined the staff at SFCC in July 2021. She brings over a decade of experience supporting student success, beginning her career with Spokane Virtual Learning (SVL), the online learning program of Spokane Public Schools. While with SVL, Suzie led a team of student support staff and was integral in the development of a multi-tiered intervention structure focused on student achievement. Suzie holds a B.S. in Secondary Education from the University of Idaho.
Suzie is happy to serve as the Curriculum Advisor and point of contact for students in the Humanities Pathway.
Monica J. Stenzel is a historian and the founding director of the Sustainability Center at Spokane Falls Community College, as well as the Halloween-themed academic speaker series, The Bigfoot Haunt. She has advanced degrees in history and musicology, and researches historical models of sustainability, witchcraft history, and material culture.
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