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Online Degree: Evening Transfer

Earn your Associate in Arts Direct Transfer Degree (AA-DTA)  through evening and online classes.

Choose a two-year or three-year completion plan. Then transfer to the 4-year college of your choice. The AA-DTA degree normally requires 90 credits of completed courses.

Many evening classes are offered in a hybrid format that allows students to attend class on campus one evening per week and complete remaining work online.

Students enrolling in online or hybrid courses can attend free Bootcamps or orientations.

Students can attend Summer session to reduce their class load other quarters, to complete required pre-college classes, or to make up dropped or failed classes.

Planning Guide (link TBA)

Additional Resources

Transfer Center

Assistance with completing a transfer program at Lower Columbia College.

Bachelor's Programs

Partnerships with colleges and universities designed to enable transfer students to obtain their bachelor's degrees.

University Center

Visit LCC's on-campus University Center to get information about bachelor's degree options.

Contact Us

For more information about the online program leading to a Direct Transfer Degree, please contact the eLearning Office.

Online programs and classes are perfect for students who want the convenience of completing classwork without traveling to campus and at times that fit work and family schedules.

More Links
Diversity Course List
Distribution List for Professional/Technical Degrees
Distribution List for Transfer Degrees
First Year Transfer List/Washington 45 Option
Three-Year Schedule of Course Offerings
Course Catalogs
PDF versions of catalogs
Programs of Study
detailed list of degree and certificate programs 
and program planners
Degrees and Certificates
explanation of degree and certificate programs
Gainful Employment Program Disclosure
how vocational programs prepare graduates for employment
Employment & Economic information
from Washington State Employment Security
Occupational Outlook Handbook
from US Department of Labor
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