Peninsula College offers degrees in Arts and Sciences Transfer, Professional and Technical Education, and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management.
Arts & Sciences Transfer Education
Peninsula College awards five associate degrees designed for transfer to baccalaureate institutions awarding Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees. These include the Associate in Arts, the Associate in Science, the Associate in Business, the Associate in Math Education, and Associate in Nursing. In addition students may receive an Honors degree in the Associate of Arts, the Associate of Science, or the Associate in Business.
An individual holding an associate transfer degree who is admitted to a Washington state public baccalaureate institution is considered to have completed the lower division or general education requirements for that institution.
Professional & Technical Education
The Associate in Applied Science and the Associate in Applied Science–Transfer, and Nursing DTA degrees are awarded to students completing an instructional program designed to prepare them for entry into a specific occupation. Professional and technical education programs in which associate degrees and certificates are offered are listed below. See specific programs for degree options.
- Addiction Studies
- Administrative Office Systems
- Advanced Manufacturing / Composites Technology
- Automotive Technology
- Business Administration
- Commercial Driver’s License
- Computer Applications Technology
- Criminal Justice
- Cybersecurity & Computer Forensics
- Early Childhood Education
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Family Life Education
- Food Service Management
- Green Building
- Green Building/Sustainable Agriculture
- Homeland Security / Emergency Management
- Hospitality and Ecotourism
- Information Technology - Systems Administration
- Medical Assisting
- Multimedia Communications
- Nursing Assistant
- Physical Therapy Assistant Cooperative
- Radiology Technology Cooperative
Bachelor of Applied Science
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management (BAS) program at Peninsula College enables applicants with AAS, AAS-T, AA, and AS degrees to combine lower-division technical or transfer coursework with upper-division credits in applied management, resulting in a practical, application-oriented, four-year degree. The BAS Program prepares its graduates for management positions and career advancement in a wide range of fields found on the Olympic Peninsula and elsewhere. This program can be completed 100% online.
Peninsula College’s BAS degree also prepares graduates to continue their education in Master’s programs, such as the University of Washington, Washington State, and other university MBA Programs.