Transfer Degree Programs
Earning a transfer degree at Grays Harbor College is a great investment in your future: save money on tuition and get prepared to transfer as a junior to a four-year college or university.
With small classes, you get to know your teachers and other students.
Even if you aren't sure you want to get a four year degree, national studies show that people with two-year degrees earn more and are unemployed less often than those with a high school diploma.
Designed so you can transfer as a junior to all the public and most of the private four-year colleges and universities in Washington State. The right choice for you if you plan to major in the arts, humanities, or social sciences.
Designed for residents of tribal communities in Western Washington, this degree leads directly into The Evergreen State College's Native Pathways BA program. Most of the courses are taken on-line.
Designed as a Major Related Program (MRP) for transfer with junior standing for students who want to earn a business degree.
Designed as a Major Related Program (MRP) for transfer with junior standing for students who intend to major in music at a four-year college or university.
This degree has a dual purpose—it qualifies graduates to take the licensure exam for registered nursing and enables students to complete a BSN at any accepting university in WA State.
Designed as a Major Related Program (MRP) for transfer with junior standing for students who intend to enter an upper division Bachelor of Science, Nursing program.
The AS-T Track 1 and Track 2 degrees are designed for students who plan to transfer into specific science and engineering majors at four year universities.
The Associate in Science - Track 1 degree prepares you for upper division study in:
- Biological Sciences
- Environmental Sciences / Resource Sciences
- Earth Science
The Associate in Science - Track 2 degree prepares you for upper division study in:
- Biological and Chemical Engineering
- General Engineering
- Mechanical, Civil, Aeronautical, Industrial and Material Science Engineering