The Associate of Science in General Studies program at City University of Seattle allows you to assemble your own interdisciplinary academic program and complete it all online. If you have prior college credits or formal non-collegiate training, you can transfer up to 65 lower-division credits. And if you’re in the military, you can transfer up to 85 credits and use military education and training credits to pay for school.
At CityU of Seattle, we believe in giving you maximum flexibility and letting you learn at your own pace. When you get your associate degree online, you can finish your degree quickly or fit it more slowly around an already packed schedule.
If you have your eye on a specific career, our advisors can help you pick courses that will position you for success in your area. Or if you want to try a little of everything to see what you like, we can help you with that too. Get in touch with a CityU advisor to learn more.
CityU’s online associate degree program is all about building a foundation. However you choose to use your degree, you will be ready with the skills to think critically, analyze data and solve problems creatively. Those qualifications will help you whether you jump right into work or decide to continue into one of our bachelor’s degree programs.
College Mathematics: 5
Social Sciences: 5
Natural Sciences, Mathematics: 5
General Education Elective: 5
A.S. of General Studies
The Associate of Science in General Studies is a flexible, two-year program that introduces students to a given field and prepares them for entry-level positions or seamless continuation to a Bachelor’s degree program at City University of Seattle. Students with prior college credits or formal non-collegiate training are provided the opportunity to transfer up to 65 lower-division credits.
Active Duty Military Option
Finish your degree while still on active duty! City University of Seattle accepts credits for military education and training. In addition, CityU also follows the recommendations of the ACE Guide and of various state-sponsored programs to accept non-collegiate instruction. Students enrolled in the A.S. in General Studies Military Option program may transfer up to 85 credits to City University of Seattle. For more information, contact an admissions advisor.