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Transfer Options

Although a 2-year Associate in Applied Science Degree is designed to prepare you for an entry-level job in information technology, you may decide that you want to further your education and advancement opportunities by completing a Bachelors degree. There are currently several options to transfer to a Bachelors degree program with local colleges upon completion of the Networking and Cyber Security Associate in Applied Sciences.

University/CollegeDegree ProgramTransfer Requirements
Western Governors UniversityBS in Information TechnologyNCS AAS degree, no additional courses required
Seattle Pacific UniversityBS or BA in Professional StudiesMATH 107 or above and 65 credits of approved transfer courses in addition to completing the NCS AAS degree
Central Washington University - Des MoinesBAS in Information Technology and Administrative ManagementMATH 107 or above and 65 credits of approved transfer courses in addition to completing the NCS AAS degree
Highline CollegeBAS in Cybersecurity and ForensicsMATH 107 or above in addition to completing the NCS AAS degree
Green River CollegeBAS in Information TechnologyMATH 107 or above in addition to completing the NCS AAS degree
Bellevue CollegeBAS in Information Systems & TechnologyMATH 107 or above in addition to completing the NCS AAS degree
Evergreen State CollegeBS in Computer ScienceMATH 142 or above and 65 credits of approved transfer courses in addition to completing the NCS AAS degree
University of Washington TacomaBS in Information TechnologyNCS courses are not accepted for transfer. You must complete the TCC AS in Computer Science to transfer.
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