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					                                                                          ASSOCIATE IN
                                                                        BUSINESS DEGREE
                                                                                             DTA

Students may complete the first two years of a Bachelor's Degree in Business at Tacoma Community College. The
program of studies listed below leads to the Associate in Business Degree. Upon completion of this degree, students may
be able to transfer to most four-year colleges and universities as juniors. This degree satisfies the lower division general
education (or core) requirements and lower division business requirements at most baccalaureate institutions. However,
students are encouraged to consult catalogs, websites and advisors for the Business School at their chosen four-year
institution for additional requirements (e.g., GPA) and procedures for admission.


Capital letters refer to important additional information below to consider when there are choices in fulfilling requirements.
Use this information to tailor the degree to your academic plans.


Written Communication (10 credits)                                 Natural Science (10 credits, at least 2 disciplines)
         (5) English 101                                                    (5)
         (5) English 102 or 103               (A)                           (5)

Quantitative Skills (5 credits)                                    Statistics (5 credits)
        (5) Math 112                          (B)                           (5) Business 256 or Math 108         (G)

Humanities (15 credits, at least 2 disciplines)                    Business (20 credits)
        (5) Speech                          (C)                           (5) Accounting 210
        (5) Foreign Language                (D)                           (5) Accounting 220
        (5)                                 (E)                           (5) Accounting 230
                                                                          (5) Bus Law 200                        (H)
Social Science (15 credits, at least 2 disciplines)
         (5) Econ 200                                              College-Level Electives (10 credits)
         (5) Econ 201                                                      (5)                                   (B)
         (5)                                (E)(F)                         (5)                                   (I)

                                                                   TOTAL:                         90 CREDITS

(A) UWT and EWU prefer Engl 103.
(B) Math 111 is a prerequisite for Math 112. It can be taken as an elective.
      EWU requires Math 111 only.
      CWU also accepts Math 115.
(C) Recommended. WSU's business school requires Speech 101, 100, or 120.
(D) See Foreign Language information on reverse side.
(E) One Humanities or Social Science course must be chosen from the Multicultural Course list.
(F) For WSU take POLSC, and a SOC or PSYCH designated (S) or (k) at WSU.
      UWT requires one of PSYCH, SOC or ANTHRO.
(G) Take BUS 256 for UWS and WSU.
(H) EWU requires a course equivalent to their Accounting 261 Business Law. This course is not equivalent.
( I ) See Computer Skills information on reverse side. WSU and PLU require IT 235.
      PLU requires BUS 101.
ADVISING:

Students should meet with a Business Advisor as soon as they are admitted to Tacoma Community College. Some courses
have prerequisites, are not offered every quarter, and are sequential. Careful selection of classes each quarter is necessary
to complete the program without delay.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE:
Although TCC has no foreign language requirement for graduation, most universities in Washington State do require either
two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college level foreign language for both admission and
graduation. TCC will count up to two foreign language courses of the same discipline towards the Humanities distribution.
It is the student's responsibility to determine the policies of the transfer institution.
For admission to UW Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma, two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college
level foreign language are required. Students not admitted to the Business School at UW Seattle and selecting an alternate
major from the College of Arts and Sciences will be required to demonstrate foreign language proficiency (defined as a
grade of 2.0 in the third quarter of a foreign language).

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Students interested in International Business should consult each four-year institution to determine any special
requirements, including the level of foreign language required for admission and graduation.
The requirements for admission to UWT's International Business program are the same as those for other UWT business
majors except for Foreign Language: The requirement is three years of study in a single foreign language in high school or
the successful completion of 103 in a foreign language at the college level. This requirement is waived for native speakers
of a language other than English.

COMPUTER SKILLS:
Although most universities don't require computer classes, proficiency with word processing and spreadsheets is expected.
Consider taking CU 102 and CU 103 (or CU 105 which combines these two classes with a PowerPoint class) to build these
skills.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITIES:

Admission to a university is distinct from admission to the Business school within that university. Admission for some
Business schools is very competitive, and higher grade-point averages and course grades are often required. Check with
your destination university and Business school for grade point averages needed, both to apply - and to be admitted.
Regardless of the number of credit hours earned through community colleges, the 4-year institution will generally require a
minimum of 90 quarter hours to be completed after transfer.
Some universities do not require certain classes for admission, but will eventually require them for graduation. Students
should ask their destination school if there are any such classes and, if so, decide whether to take them at TCC before
transferring or take them at the transfer school.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITY INFORMATION:
For links to the home page and transfer guide of universities in Washington State go to Tacoma Community College's
website at www.tacomacc.edu/advising/sect5.shtm.




NOTE: The contents of this brochure shall not be construed as a contract between Tacoma Community College and prospective or
enrolled students. Every effort has been made to ensure its correctness. However, college regulations and program requirements are
subject to change while it is in force. In the event of a change in regulations or program requirements, the current regulation shall
govern.



Program Code: UD 95                                                                                                         rev 7/05 jl
                                                                        ASSOCIATE IN
                                                                      BUSINESS DEGREE
                                                                                          DTA

Students may complete the first two years of a Bachelor's Degree in Business at Tacoma Community College. The
program of studies listed below leads to the Associate in Business Degree. Upon completion of this degree, students may
be able to transfer to most four-year colleges and universities as juniors. This degree satisfies the lower division general
education (or core) requirements and lower division business requirements at most baccalaureate institutions. However,
students are encouraged to consult catalogs, websites and advisors for the Business School at their chosen four-year
institution for additional requirements (e.g., GPA) and procedures for admission.


Written Communication (10 credits)                               Natural Science (10 credits, at least 2 disciplines)
         (5) English 101                                                  (5)
         (5) English 102 or 103              (A)                          (5)

Quantitative Skills (5 credits)                                  Statistics (5 credits)
        (5) Math 112                         (B)                          (5) Business 256 or Math 108        (G)

Humanities (15 credits, at least 2 disciplines)                  Business (20 credits)
        (5) Speech                          (C)                         (5) Accounting 210
        (5) Foreign Language                (D)                         (5) Accounting 220
        (5)                                 (E)                         (5) Accounting 230
                                                                        (5) Bus Law 200                       (H)
Social Science (15 credits, at least 2 disciplines)
         (5) Econ 200                                            College-Level Electives (10 credits)
         (5) Econ 201                                                    (5)                                  (B)
         (5)                                (E)(F)                       (5)                                  (I)

                                                                 TOTAL:                         90 CREDITS

(A) UWT and EWU prefer Engl 103.
(B) Math 111 is a prerequisite for Math 112. It can be taken as an elective.
      EWU requires Math 111 only.
      CWU also accepts Math 115.
(C) Recommended. WSU's business school requires Speech 101, 100, or 120.
(D) See Foreign Language information on reverse side.
(E) One Humanities or Social Science course must be chosen from the Multicultural Course list.
(F) For WSU take POLSC, and a SOC or PSYCH designated (S) or (k) at WSU.
      UWT requires one of PSYCH, SOC or ANTHRO.
(G) Take BUS 256 for UWS and WSU.
(H) EWU requires a course equivalent to their Accounting 261 Business Law. This course is not equivalent.
( I ) See Computer Skills information on reverse side. WSU and PLU require IT 235.
      PLU requires BUS 101.
ADVISING:

Students should meet with a Business Advisor as soon as they are admitted to Tacoma Community College. Some courses
have prerequisites, are not offered every quarter, and are sequential. Careful selection of classes each quarter is necessary
to complete the program without delay.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE:
Although TCC has no foreign language requirement for graduation, most universities in Washington State do require either
two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college level foreign language for both admission and
graduation. TCC will count up to two foreign language courses of the same discipline towards the Humanities distribution.
It is the student's responsibility to determine the policies of the transfer institution.
For admission to UW Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma, two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college
level foreign language are required. Students not admitted to the Business School at UW Seattle and selecting an alternate
major from the College of Arts and Sciences will be required to demonstrate foreign language proficiency (defined as a
grade of 2.0 in the third quarter of a foreign language).

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Students interested in International Business should consult each four-year institution to determine any special
requirements, including the level of foreign language required for admission and graduation.
The requirements for admission to UWT's International Business program are the same as those for other UWT business
majors except for Foreign Language: The requirement is three years of study in a single foreign language in high school or
the successful completion of 103 in a foreign language at the college level. This requirement is waived for native speakers
of a language other than English.

COMPUTER SKILLS:
Although most universities don't require computer classes, proficiency with word processing and spreadsheets is expected.
Consider taking CU 102 and CU 103 (or CU 105 which combines these two classes with a PowerPoint class) to build these
skills.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITIES:

Admission to a university is distinct from admission to the Business school within that university. Admission for some
Business schools is very competitive, and higher grade-point averages and course grades are often required. Check with
your destination university and Business school for grade point averages needed, both to apply - and to be admitted.
Regardless of the number of credit hours earned through community colleges, the 4-year institution will generally require a
minimum of 90 quarter hours to be completed after transfer.
Some universities do not require certain classes for admission, but will eventually require them for graduation. Students
should ask their destination school if there are any such classes and, if so, decide whether to take them at TCC before
transferring or take them at the transfer school.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITY INFORMATION:
For links to the home page and transfer guide of universities in Washington State go to Tacoma Community College's
website at www.tacomacc.edu/advising/sect5.shtm.




NOTE: The contents of this brochure shall not be construed as a contract between Tacoma Community College and prospective or
enrolled students. Every effort has been made to ensure its correctness. However, college regulations and program requirements are
subject to change while it is in force. In the event of a change in regulations or program requirements, the current regulation shall
govern.



Program Code: UD 95                                                                                                          rev 7/05 jl
                                                                        ASSOCIATE IN
                                                                      BUSINESS DEGREE
                                                                                          DTA

Students may complete the first two years of a Bachelor's Degree in Business at Tacoma Community College. The program
of studies listed below leads to the Associate in Business Degree. Upon completion of this degree, students may be able to
transfer to most four-year colleges and universities as juniors. This degree satisfies the lower division general education (or
core) requirements and lower division business requirements at most baccalaureate institutions. However, students are
encouraged to consult catalogs, websites and advisors for the Business School at their chosen four-year institution for
additional requirements (e.g., GPA) and procedures for admission.


Written Communication (10 credits)                               Natural Science (10 credits, 2 disciplines, 1 lab)
         (5) English 101                                                  (5)
         (5) English 102 or 103              (A)                          (5)

Quantitative Skills (5 credits)                                  Statistics (5 credits)
        (5) Math 112                         (B)                          (5) Business 256 or Math 108        (G)

Humanities (15 credits, 3 disciplines)                           Business (20 credits)
       (5) Speech                            (C)                        (5) Accounting 210
       (5) Foreign Language                  (D)                        (5) Accounting 220
       (5)                                   (E)                        (5) Accounting 230
                                                                        (5) Bus Law 200                       (H)
Social Science (15 credits, 2 disciplines)
        (5) Econ 200                                             College-Level Electives (10 credits)
        (5) Econ 201                                                     (5)                                  (B)
        (5)                                (E)(F)                        (5)                                  (I)

                                                                 TOTAL:                         90 CREDITS

(A) UWT and EWU prefer Engl 103.
(B) Math 111 is a prerequisite for Math 112. It can be taken as an elective.
      EWU requires Math 111 only.
      CWU also accepts Math 115.
(C) Recommended. WSU's business school requires Speech 101, 100, or 120.
(D) See Foreign Language information on reverse side.
(E) One Humanities or Social Science course must be chosen from the Multicultural Course list.
(F) For WSU take POLSC, and a SOC or PSYCH designated (S) or (k) at WSU.
      UWT requires one of PSYCH, SOC or ANTHRO.
(G) Take BUS 256 for UWS and WSU.
(H) EWU requires a course equivalent to their Accounting 261 Business Law. This course is not equivalent.
( I ) See Computer Skills information on reverse side. WSU and PLU require IT 235.
      PLU requires BUS 101.
ADVISING:
Students should meet with a Business Advisor as soon as they are admitted to Tacoma Community College. Some courses
have prerequisites, are not offered every quarter, and are sequential. Careful selection of classes each quarter is necessary
to complete the program without delay.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE:

Although TCC has no foreign language requirement for graduation, most universities in Washington State do require either
two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college level foreign language for both admission and
graduation. TCC will count one foreign language course towards the Humanities distribution. Any second foreign language
course taken must be counted as an elective because TCC requires that the Humanities requirement be fulfilled with courses
from three disciplines. It is the student's responsibility to determine the policies of the transfer institution.
For admission to UW Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma, two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college level
foreign language are required. Students not admitted to the Business School at UW Seattle and selecting an alternate major
from the College of Arts and Sciences will be required to demonstrate foreign language proficiency (defined as a grade of 2.0
in the third quarter of a foreign language).
Students interested in International Business should consult each four-year institution to determine the level of foreign
language required for admission and graduation.

COMPUTER SKILLS:
Although most universities don't require computer classes, proficiency with word processing and spreadsheets is expected.
Consider taking CU 102 and CU 103 (or CU 105 which combines these two classes with a PowerPoint class) to build these
skills.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITIES:

Admission to a university is distinct from admission to the Business school within that university. Admission for some
Business schools is very competitive, and higher grade-point averages and course grades are often required. Check with
your destination university and Business school for grade point averages needed, both to apply - and to be admitted.
Regardless of the number of credit hours earned through community colleges, the 4-year institution will generally require a
minimum of 90 quarter hours to be completed after transfer.
Some universities do not require certain classes for admission, but will eventually require them for graduation. Students
should ask their destination school if there are any such classes and, if so, decide whether to take them at TCC before
transferring or take them at the transfer school.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITY INFORMATION:
For links to the home page and transfer guide of universities in Washington State go to Tacoma Community College's
website at www.tacomacommunitycollege.com/advising.




NOTE: The contents of this brochure shall not be construed as a contract between Tacoma Community College and prospective or
enrolled students. Every effort has been made to ensure its correctness. However, college regulations and program requirements are
subject to change while it is in force. In the event of a change in regulations or program requirements, the current regulation shall govern.



Program Code: UD 95                                                                                                               rev 12/04 jl
                                                                        ASSOCIATE IN
                                                                      BUSINESS DEGREE
                                                                                          DTA

Students may complete the first two years of a Bachelor's Degree in Business at Tacoma Community College. The program
of studies listed below leads to the Associate in Business Degree. Upon completion of this degree, students may be able to
transfer to most four-year colleges and universities as juniors. This degree satisfies the lower division general education (or
core) requirements and lower division business requirements at most baccalaureate institutions. However, students are
encouraged to consult catalogs, websites and advisors for the Business School at their chosen four-year institution for
additional requirements (e.g., GPA) and procedures for admission.


Written Communication (10 credits)                               Natural Science (10 credits, 2 disciplines, 1 lab)
         (5) English 101                                                  (5)
         (5) English 102 or 103              (A)                          (5)

Quantitative Skills (5 credits)                                  Statistics (5 credits)
        (5) Math 112                         (B)                          (5) Business 256 or Math 108

Humanities (15 credits, 3 disciplines)                           Business (20 credits)
       (5) Speech                            (C)                        (5) Accounting 210
       (5) Foreign Language                  (D)                        (5) Accounting 220
       (5)                                   (E)                        (5) Accounting 230
                                                                        (5) Bus Law 200
Social Science (15 credits, 2 disciplines)
        (5) Econ 200                                             College-Level Electives (10 credits)
        (5) Econ 201                                                     (5)
        (5)                                (E)(F)                        (5)

                                                                 TOTAL:                         90 CREDITS

(A) UWT and EWU prefer Engl 103.
(B) Math 111 is a prerequisite for Math 112. It can be taken as an elective.
      EWU requires Math 111 only.
      CWU also accepts Math 115.
(C) Recommended. WSU's business school requires Speech 101, 100, or 120.
(D) See Foreign Language information on reverse side.
(E) One Humanities or Social Science course must be chosen from the Multicultural Course list.
(F) For WSU take POLSC, and a SOC or PSYCH designated (S) or (k) at WSU.
      UWT requires one of PSYCH, SOC or ANTHRO.
(G) Take BUS 256 for UWS and WSU.
(H) EWU requires a course equivalent to their Accounting 261 Business Law. This course is not equivalent.
( I ) See Computer Skills information on reverse side.
    WSU requires IT 235.




ADVISING:

Students should meet with a Business Advisor as soon as they are admitted to Tacoma Community College. Some courses
have prerequisites, are not offered every quarter, and are sequential. Careful selection of classes each quarter is necessary
to complete the program without delay.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE:

Although TCC has no foreign language requirement for graduation, most universities in Washington State do require either
two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college level foreign language for both admission and
graduation. TCC will count one foreign language course towards the Humanities distribution. Any second foreign language
course taken must be counted as an elective because TCC requires that the Humanities requirement be fulfilled with courses
from three disciplines. It is the student's responsibility to determine the policies of the transfer institution.
For admission to UW Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma, two years of high school foreign language or two quarters of college level
foreign language are required. Students not admitted to the Business School at UW Seattle and selecting an alternate major
from the College of Arts and Sciences will be required to demonstrate foreign language proficiency (defined as a grade of 2.0
in the third quarter of a foreign language).
Students interested in International Business should consult each four-year institution to determine the level of foreign
language required for admission and graduation.

COMPUTER SKILLS:
Although most universities don't require computer classes, proficiency with word processing and spreadsheets is expected.
Consider taking CU 102 and CU 103 (or CU 105 which combines these two classes with a PowerPoint class) to build these
skills.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITIES:

Admission to a university is distinct from admission to the Business school within that university. Admission for some
Business schools is very competitive, and higher grade-point averages and course grades are often required. Check with
your destination university and Business school for grade point averages needed, both to apply - and to be admitted.
Regardless of the number of credit hours earned through community colleges, the 4-year institution will generally require a
minimum of 90 quarter hours to be completed after transfer.
Some universities do not require certain classes for admission, but will eventually require them for graduation. Students
should ask their destination school if there are any such classes and, if so, decide whether to take them at TCC before
transferring or take them at the transfer school.

TRANSFER UNIVERSITY INFORMATION:
For links to the home page and transfer guide of universities in Washington State go to Tacoma Community College's
website at www.tacomacommunitycollege.com/advising.
NOTE: The contents of this brochure shall not be construed as a contract between Tacoma Community College and prospective or
enrolled students. Every effort has been made to ensure its correctness. However, college regulations and program requirements are
subject to change while it is in force. In the event of a change in regulations or program requirements, the current regulation shall govern.



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