Understanding human origins, knowledge, motivations and human behavior.
Programs under this Area of Study strive to
- Better understand individual and group behavior,
- Develop skills to explore and analyze present society and culture, and
- Apply knowledge and skills to the service of community.
The table below outlines the various programs or pathways that you can pursue here at Walla Walla Community College. On the degree type below for a brief description what that that degree can do for you!
Types of Degrees Available:
Associate in Applied Science
Intended to prepare students with skills to be employed following graduation.
Associate in Applied Science – Transfer
Dual purpose degree that will prepare students with skills to be employed following graduation and provide a transfer opportunity for a specific program at a specific university. Individual general education components will transfer but will not satisfy all the general education components at a baccalaureate institution.
Associate in Arts – Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA)
Designed to fulfill lower division general education requirements at Washington State baccalaureate institutions. Allows the opportunity to explore several fields of study through the category of up to 24 credits of elective courses and/or complete prerequisites for a future major.
Associate in Math Education – Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Ready Pathway (DTA/MRP)
A specific degree outlining the appropriate courses for students to be well prepared to enter the major upon transfer. Based on the Direct Transfer Agreement format. Degrees structured under the DTA umbrella provide completion of lower division general education requirements. This is designed for students preparing to major in Math Education at many baccalaureate institutions in Washington state.
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Associate in Applied Science – Transfer (AAS-T)
Associate in Arts – DTA
Math Education – DTA/MRP
Online/Hybrid Options Available*
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