These advising maps are intended to assist faculty, professional advisors, counselors and career services staff with guiding students through an intended program or to compare multiple programs.
Please note that an Advising Map is only a tool to guide a greater advising conversation. The goal is to be transparent about program requirements and prerequisites, while using the tool to develop an individualized education plan for each student based on their math and English placements, what quarter they first enroll and other factors such as family or work schedules, commute, capacity to take online courses, etc.
Learn more about the different types of certificates and degrees here:
Transfer degrees let you begin work on your bachelor’s degree and then transfer to a four-year university. Be sure to work with an advisor both at your community college and at the four-year institution you plan to attend.
Professional-Technical Certificates and Degrees
Professional-technical certificates and degrees train students for specific fields — like nursing, computer science or advanced manufacturing — so they can go straight to work. The degrees do not transfer to four-year universities. (An exception is the Associate in Applied Science-Transfer degree, which transfers only if the university has an agreement with the specific community or technical college.)
Ag Technology and Management (AAS)
Ag Transfer WSU Pathways (AAS-T)
Aviation – Commercial Pilot
Manufacturing and Process Technology (AAS-T)