South Seattle Community College
6737 Corson Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
(206) 934.5350
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DEGREE OPTIONS

South Seattle College provides several degree options that build on Apprenticeship, Military and other On-The-Job training, and can help to open up future career advancement opportunities and increased earning power.

Associate of Applied Science - Transfer (AAS-T) Degrees

  • Multi-Occupational Trades (MOT) - This associate degree is designed for students who are completing or have completed an apprenticeship program. It can help you move up the hierarchy of your organization and can be used to transition to one of the many bachelor degrees offered through the Seattle Colleges system and beyond.
  • Multi-Occupation in Engineering & Technology (MOET) - This associate degree is a great fit for active US Military service members and veterans, as well as working professionals in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields without a degree. Eligible students can earn credit for their military education and prior learning.

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degrees

  • Sustainable Building Science Technology (SBST) - This bachelor's degree is designed for students who have completed an apprenticeship program, a two-year technical degree or approved associate degree and have 2-5 years of related work experience with commercial and residential high performance buildings. The program offers industry professionals a pathway to becoming a skilled Building Science Professional.


The campus currently cooperates with the following Joint Apprenticeship Committees to provide courses for apprentices and journey workers: Apprentice Related Training Programs.

For more information about apprenticeship training visit the Labor and Industry Web site

Apprentices can also pursue an Associate degree.  With the completion of only a few classes outside of their apprenticeship training, apprentices can receive an AAS-T degree in Multi-Occupational Trades, which is transferable into any of Washington State's Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree programs, as well as programs at colleges that have an AAS-T articulation agreement with Seattle Colleges.

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