Clark College and Eastern Washington University (EWU) have teamed up to offer Bachelor of Science degrees in Technology that can be earned on the Clark campus in Vancouver.
If you have an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) or Associate of Applied Technology (AAT) degree from an eligible program, you can complete the remaining baccalaureate program requirements in just eight quarters or over an extended period. Classes are scheduled at days and times convenient for working adults.
|Turn your AAS or AAT degree into a Bachelor of Science degree in 3 steps:|
Step 1: An AAS or AAT degree from a Clark College eligible program. Similarly named Applied Science Degrees from other schools may be eligible. Contact the program manager for details.
Step 2: Approximately 40 additional lower division credits in Liberal Arts, or an AA Transfer Degree from Clark College or another school.
Step 3: 60 credits of upper division coursework provided by EWU with local professional instructors and using Interactive Televideo.
Contact Terence Geyer @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-359-4774 for additional details and/or advising.