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1 Year Certificate
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Accounting Technology ACCT Degrees ACCT Courses
AAAS
CERT
Agriculture - Agri-Business AGRI Degrees AGRI Courses
AA/AS
AAAS
CERT
Agriculture - Plant and Soils Science AGPR Degrees AGPR Courses
AA/AS
AAAS
CERT
ENDR
Alcohol and Chemical Dependency   ALCDA Courses
American Sign Language   ASL Courses
Anthropology   ANTH Courses
Art   ART Courses
Astronomy   ASTR Courses
Biological Sciences BIOL Degrees BIOL Courses
AA/AS
Business Administration BUS Degrees BUS Courses
AA/AS
AAAS
CERT
Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)   CPR Courses
Chemistry CHEM Degrees CHEM Courses
AA/AS
College Experience   CE Courses
Communication Studies   CMST Courses
Computer Science CS Degrees CS Courses
AAAS
CERT
Criminal Justice   CJ Courses
Dance   DANCE Courses
Drama   DRMA Courses
Economics   ECON Courses
Engineering ENT Degrees ENT Courses
AA/AS
AAAS
CERT
English   ENGL Courses
Environmental Studies   ENVS Courses
French   FRCH Courses
Geography   GEOG Courses
Geology GEOL Degrees GEOL Courses
AA/AS
History   HIST Courses
Humanities   HUM Courses
Mathematics   MATH Courses
Music   MUSC Courses
Nutrition   NUTR Courses
Oceanography   OCEA Courses
Philosophy   PHIL Courses
Physical Education and Recreation   HPER Courses
Physics PHYS Degrees PHYS Courses
AA/AS
Political Science   POLS Courses
Psychology   PSYC Courses
Science   SCI Courses
Sociology   SOC Courses
Sociology - CCN   SOC& Courses
Spanish   SPAN Courses
Women's Studies   WST Courses
 
Short Program Endorsements require 19 or fewer credits and may be completed in one quarter or less.
Certificates are available to students who complete one year of an approved professional-technical program and nine credits of related instruction coursework.
Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences: Completion of this degree prepares students for employment upon graduation.
An Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree is intended to satisfy the general education requirements at public Washington baccalaureate institutions. This degree is at least 90 college-level credits.
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