MusicAssociate of Arts - Direct Transfer Agreement (LASDTAA)
This pathway is designed to meet Associate of Arts degree requirements with a concentration in Music. In this pathway, you’ll complete the general education requirements for a bachelor’s degree while taking music classes each quarter such as Music Appreciation, Rock Music History, and World Music. This degree prepares students to pursue further studies in music, humanities, business, social sciences, arts administration, and education, among other fields. The creativity, critical thinking, research and analytical skills, and interpersonal skills developed in this music-focused path will deepen your appreciation for music and prepare you to transfer to a 4-year university.Less
This pathway is designed to meet Associate of Arts degree requirements with a concentration in Music. In this pathway, you’ll complete the general education requirements for a bachelor’s degree while taking music classes each quarter such as Music Appreciation, Rock Music History, and World Music. This degree prepares students to pursue further studies in music, humanities, business, social sciences, arts administration, and education, among other fields. The creativity, critical thinking, research and analytical skills, and interpersonal skills developed in this music-focused path will deepen your appreciation for music and prepare you to transfer to a 4-year university.
Estimated Length of Completion
|Associate of Arts - Direct Transfer Agreement (LASDTAA)||Full time : 6||90|
You may need more or fewer units depending on your transferred credits, individual situation, and goals.
Sample Schedule and Quarterly To-Do List90 Units
A sample schedule and quarterly to-do list are below. The schedule and to-do list will help you explore courses and complete tasks on time. The guide assumes a fall quarter start, but you can begin in any quarter.
See an advisor to create a personalized educational plan by the end of your second quarter. Your plan will include prerequisites, graduation requirements, and transfer preparation if you plan to transfer to another college or university to earn a bachelor's degree.
Apply and register at South Seattle College anytime (the application is always free). Once you become a student, register for classes using the online class schedule and go to the academic calendar for registration dates and tuition deadlines.
Note about the sample schedule: Classes are offered in various formats such as online (e-learning) and may not be offered each quarter. Click the button with arrows throughout the map to expand the section and view detailed information.
Before Quarter One
- Please visit the Steps to Enroll page for everything you need to do.
- Review the Academic Calendar for key enrollment dates.
- If you need help with the Steps to Enroll, please contact the Welcome Center.
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- Schedule an appointment with your advisor in Starfish to meet and discuss your goals.
- Explore careers and majors through workshops, counseling, and WorkSource career services.
- Visit the Library to get help with research; check out resources; access computers and study space; and create media projects.
- Visit the Tutoring Center to learn about tutoring services offered in-person and online.
- Get involved on campus! Check out some of the resources, clubs and activities available to you through Student Life and TRiO, RST, and more!
- Participate in the SSC Music Club
- Create an educational plan with your advisor.
- Research and develop a list of four-year colleges and universities.
- Attend transfer workshops and/or a transfer fair. Find more information on our Transfer Resources page.
- Apply for financial aid for the upcoming school year in Fall or early Winter Quarter to maximize your funding options.
- Visit South’s transfer webpage for transfer information.
- Begin building portfolio of work.
- Update your educational plan with your advisor.
- Attend transfer workshops, including a personal statement workshop.
- Write your personal statement.
- Build relationships with faculty and staff at South to learn more about your pathway and future opportunities.
- Apply to universities or colleges and scholarships.
- Finalize work on portfolio with faculty mentors.
- Check in with your university for transfer planning.
- Order cap and gown for commencement and join alumni association.
- Attend commencement ceremony.
- Sound Designer
- Music and Sound for Video Games
- Music Therapist
- Arts Management/Administration
- Recording Producer/Engineer
- A/V Technician
- Music Education
- Music Historian
- Music Journalist
- Music Librarian
A bachelor’s degree or higher degree may be required for some careers listed above. For current employment and wage estimates, please visit the following online resources and search for the relevant occupational term:
Once you complete this Associate degree, additional education opportunities include:
- A bachelor’s degree in music or a related field at a four-year college or university.
- A Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree at one of the Seattle Colleges.
South Seattle College has direct transfer agreements with four-year institutions throughout Washington state, including University of Washington, Washington State University and Seattle University. Graduates from South have also transferred to out-of-state institutions.
Program and admissions requirements vary from college to college. Contact an advisor to create an educational plan tailored to transfer to the institution of your choice.
Financial Aid and Funding Resources
It's time to apply for Financial Aid for next year by completing
either the FAFSA or the WASFA 2022-23.
Need help paying for college?
To apply for financial aid, including grants and scholarships you don’t have to pay back, visit South's Financial Aid Department for details. Part-time and full-time students can qualify for financial aid funds.
Area of StudyArts, Design, and Graphics
College Transfer Division
Division staff will answer your questions or make the right connections for you to learn more about our transfer degrees and pathways.
University Center (UNI 101)
Current Students: Please see your primary advisor to create an educational plan. If you need assistance getting connected to the appropriate advisor, visit the Advising Center website.