You can earn a 2-year degree or a certificate, earn college credit in high school, get job training, boost your employability, study for and take the GED® test or learn English – all in East Snohomish County. You can take all your classes here or combine them with classes at our Everett campus or online.
We're happy to talk with you about your college plans and answer your questions. Call us at 425-259-8732 or email email@example.com to schedule a visit.
Degrees and Certificates
You can complete a 90-credit degree in two or three years or a number of short-term certificates by taking classes solely in East Snohomish County.
- Associate of Arts and Science – Direct Transfer Agreement degree This degree meets the lower-division general education requirements of most colleges and universities in Washington.
- Associate Degree in General Studies Combine a variety of courses of your choice. Many credits may transfer to a university, depending on your goals.
- Accounting - Associate in Technical Arts or bookkeeping certificate
- Business Administration - Associate in Technical Arts degree or certificate
- Business - Associate of Arts and Science - Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Related Program degree
- Business Technology - Associate in Technical Arts degree or certificate
- Information Technology - Industry certification (Microsoft Technology Associate)
High school juniors and seniors, are you interested in jump starting your college career? In the Running Start program, you can earn high school and college credits at the same time. You can attend classes at our Everett campus or the East County Campus.
To get started, talk with your high school counselor or contact EvCC's High School Relations office at 425-388-9008.
You can prepare for the GED® test, improve your math and English skills, learn English as a second language, finish high school, and gain job training.
We also offer a wide range of customized training solutions for employers through EvCC's Corporate & Continuing Education Center. You can arrange training at the East County Campus or at your location. To find out how CCEC can support your training needs, email Ray Kubista or call 425-267-0162.