Associate in Science - Transfer (Track 1)
Associate in Science - Transfer (Track 1) is designed to prepare students for upper division study in the areas of biological sciences, environmental/resource sciences, chemistry, geology, and earth science.
- Communicate effectively
- Demonstrate critical thinking
- Demonstrate information literacy
- Demonstrate quantitative literacy
- Demonstrate personal responsibility
- Demonstrate social responsibility
- Demonstrate preparation for upper division study
Communications (5 credits)
ENGL& 101 English Composition I - 5
Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Skills (10 credits)*
*Higher level math courses may be substituted with advisor approval.
Humanities & Social Science Distribution Requirements (15 credits)
- Select five Humanities credits satisfying a distribution requirement.
- Select five Social Science credits satisfying a distribution requirement.
- Select five additional Humanities or Social Sciences credits satisfying a distribution requirement.
Pre-major program requirements (45-50 credits):
- Chemistry (for science majors) sequence of 15 credits
- Third quarter calculus or approved statistics course of 5 credits
- Biology (for science majors) or physics (calculus-based or non-calculus-based) sequence of 15 credits
- Additional requirements: 10-15 credits in physics, geology, organic chemistry, biology, or mathematics, consisting of courses normally taken for science majors (not for general education), preferably in a 2- or 3- quarter sequence.
Electives (10-15 cr.)
Sufficient additional college-level credits so that total credits earned are at least 90 quarter credits. These remaining credits may include prerequisites for major courses (e.g., pre-calculus), additional major coursework, or specific general education or other university requirements, as approved by your advisor. See your GHC advisor for specific courses recommended for your major; check with your 4-year university for world-language requirements.
Schools Accepting the AS-T Track 1
- University of Washington
- Washington State University
- Central Washington University
- Eastern Washington University
- The Evergreen State College
- Western Washington University
- Heritage University
- Pacific Lutheran University
- Saint Martin's University
- Seattle Pacific University
- Seattle University
- Walla Walla University
- Whitworth University
Some institutions have specific additional requirements. Check with your advisor to be sure you are choosing the right courses for your pathway.