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Want to earn a four-year degree? Get a head start on required courses with the colleges of DCCCD, then transfer to a university. You can take a few classes with us or complete a two-year degree. Either way, you'll save money! Thanks to our affordable tuition, you can finish college for less.
Earning an associate degree can help you work toward a bachelor’s degree in a range of subjects. Our general, two-year degrees include:
The main difference between the A.A. and the A.S. degrees is the course requirements. However, both will translate into the first two years of a bachelor’s degree (your freshman and sophomore years).
If you already know what type of bachelor’s degree you want to pursue, you can choose an associate degree that transfers to a specific major. For example, if music is your passion, an Associate of Arts Degree With a Field of Study in Music could be the perfect starting point for you.
Explore our offerings:
Earning a two-year degree is not the only option at community college. Instead, you may decide to simply take a class or two before transferring to a four-year school.
We offer transfer courses in:
You can also choose to complete our full Core Curriculum — a set of courses that will provide you with the knowledge, skills and educational experiences you need to succeed in higher education. The Core transfers as a block of credit to any Texas public college or university, guaranteed!
To see a full listing of course descriptions, see our catalog. For more information on the transfer process, see our Transfer Services page.