Transfer Options

BTC is a great place to begin your journey towards earning a bachelor’s degree. Many of BTC's AAS and AAS-T degree programs are designed to be transferable to local and regional four-year colleges and universities.

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Direct Transfer Degrees

Direct Transfer Degrees (DTA/MRP/AS-T) are designed for students who intend to complete a bachelor's degree at a four-year institution before entering the workforce. Completion of these BTC degrees prepare students to transfer with junior status to a participating college or university. Click below to explore BTC’s direct transfer degrees.

Business:

Associate in Business (DTA/MRP)

Computer Science:

Associate in Computer Science (DTA/MRP)

Nursing:

Associate Degree in Nursing (DTA/MRP)

Nursing Assistant (Cert.)

Nursing LPN to RN (DTA/MRP)

Practical Nursing (Cert.)

Pre-Nursing (DTA/MRP)

 

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Other Transfer Options

Accounting

Evergreen University
BA – Upside Down Degree Program

Civil Engineering Technology

Evergreen University
BA – Upside Down Degree Program

Computer Networking

Central Washington University
BAS - Information Technology & Administrative Management (BAS-ITAM)

Whatcom Community College
BAS – Information Technology Networking

Computer Software Support

Central Washington University
BAS - Information Technology & Administrative Management (BAS-ITAM)

Culinary Arts

South Seattle Community College
BAS - Hospitality Management

Dental Hygiene

Evergreen University
BA – Upside Down Degree Program

Diesel Technology

Montana State University Northern
BS – Diesel Technology

Electrician

Bismarck State College
BAS – Energy Management

Electro Mechanical Technology

Bismarck State College
BAS – Energy Management

Fisheries & Aquaculture Sciences

Evergreen University
BA – Upside Down Degree Program

Northwest Indian College
BS - Native Environmental Science, Interdisciplinary Concentration Option (BSNES-ICO)

Western Washington University
BA – Environmental Studies or Geography

Health Information Technology

Bellevue College
BAS – Healthcare Technology and Management

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

Ferris State University/College of Technology
BS - HVACR Engineering Technology

Instrumentation & Control

Bismarck State College
BAS – Energy Management

Nursing

Olympic College
BSN – for Registered Nurse

Pacific Lutheran University
BSN - for Licensed Practical Nurse
BSN - for Registered Nurse

University of Washington
BSN - for Registered Nurse

Washington State University
BSN – Online option for Registered Nurse

Process Technology

Bismarck State College
BAS – Energy Management

Evergreen University
BA – Upside Down Degree Program

Radiologic Technology

Bellevue College
BAS – Radiation and Imaging Sciences

AAS, AAS-T Degrees

Minot State University (N. Dakota)
BAS/BA/BS –online options in General Studies, Applied Business Information Technology, Applied Management, RN to BSN and more

Peninsula College
BAS - Applied Management

Seattle Pacific University
BAS - Professional Studies

Whitworth University
BA – Liberal Studies “Upside – Down” degree

All Degrees

City University
BS – Online and hybrid options in Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Systems and more

DeVry University
BS/BA – Online options in Technical Management, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems and more

University of Phoenix
BS – Online options in Business & Management, Technology, Nursing and more

Western Governors University
BS – Online options in Business, Information Technology, Nursing and more

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Washington 45

The Washington 45 agreement spells out a list of courses offered by Washington state's community and technical colleges that satisfy up to one year’s worth (45 credits) of general education requirements at public four-year institutions.

A student who earns these credits is not guaranteed admission into a four-year institution. The Washington 45 does not equal — or replace  the Direct Transfer Agreement associate of arts degree, associate of science, or any major-related program agreements.

Which courses are on the list?

“Washington 45” list of one year's worth of transfer courses (PDF)

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