Tools and Resources


The catalog is an outline of all policies, procedures, academic programs and general information about the college. A link for the most current and archived catalogs can be found in the footer of every Clark College webpage.

For academic planning support, look at these specific areas of the catalog:

Planning Guides

Associate of Arts (AA-DTA) Planning Guide - Useful for mapping out courses for your AA degree! Current students should consult with their academic advisor to ensure requirements are satisfied and to discuss any specific focus areas or major-related recommended courses.

Long Term Planning Worksheet - Want to map out the rest of your time at Clark? Here is a helpful outline to support your planning. Current students should review with an advisor to ensure all requirements are met and courses are offered in the indicated term(s).

Program Maps

These program maps showcase example scenarios of a student's possible term-by-term sequencing of classes for each degree or certificate - across our six areas of study. Program maps are suggested academic plans and should not be used in the place of regular academic advising. Your student entry method, placement, course availability, and program requirements are subject to change and transfer credit(s) may change your map/plan.

Program Maps

Areas of Study

The Areas of Study page provides a larger overview of what is offered at Clark and program information including orientations, applications and career information.

Areas of Study

English & Math Placement Pathways

Assessment is vital to know where you will begin with your English and math courses and is required. The Math & English flowcharts detail the sequencing of math and English courses based on program of study.

Assessment and Placement Page