Can't decide on a program of study?
What's the difference between Pre-major/Transfer and Career/Technical programs?
Community college programs serve two basic student populations: students planning
to transfer to a four-year institution, and students looking for short-term job
training or retraining.
Pre-major programs meet the needs of transfer students,
who select from over 40 pre-majors.
In consultation with an faculty academic consultant, each student designs a program that meets
the requirements of either the Associate of Arts
degree or the Associate of Science Transfer Degree
and the requirements of the transfer four-year institution.
Career/Technical programs are designed primarily
for short-term job training or retraining. Most of these courses are also transferable;
however, the programs may not meet all the requirements of four-year institutions
offering degrees in the same major. All students planning to transfer to a four-year
institution should meet with an faculty academic consultant to ensure all requirements are met.
Associate of Applied Science degrees
are awarded upon completion of approximately six quarters.
Certificate programs require as little as three quarters of classes.
Articulation and Direct Transfer Agreements
Some programs are designed to guarantee transfer to specific institutions, especially within Washington State.
articulation agreements on the CCS website. View a list of
Direct Transfer Agreements between the state community colleges and public baccalaureate institutions.
Your success is our success!
Faculty and staff at Spokane Falls Community College focus on student learning.
Expected student learning outcomes are clearly defined throughout SFCC courses and
programs. Ongoing assessment and quality program improvements are used to upgrade faculty
teaching and student learning.
Check out our diverse selection of programs designed
to meet the needs of our diverse population!