Learning Options

Busy Schedule? No Problem

With daytime, evening, weekend and online courses, you have the flexibility you need to make earning a degree possible.

  • On Campus: Benefit from in-person instruction, collaboration with classmates and access to on-campus services. Classes are offered during the day, evening and weekends, and most courses include an online component to boost your learning outside of the classroom.
  • Online: Courses are conducted on the Internet, and may include quizzes, discussion boards and online interaction with faculty. There are no on-campus meetings. In fact, you can earn a general Associate of Art (A.A.) degree all online!
  • Hybrid: These courses are composed of both online and on-campus sessions, and they are held weekdays and/or weekends.
  • Video: Most of the course content is delivered through instructional DVD’s, and assignments are submitted to the instructor online. There are no on-campus meetings.
  • Self-Paced**: Courses are conducted online students can register anytime and have up to six months to complete the course.
  • Seminar**: These courses are similar to self-paced courses, but meet five times on campus and must be completed within one quarter. Students can enroll up to three weeks after the start of the quarter.
**Financial Aid is not available for these courses.
Note, please check the class schedule for availability. For online and video courses, students will need to have access to the appropriate technology to participate in the course.

Learning Opportunities

Enhance your learning by registering for Learning Communities courses. Learning Communities courses encourage creative and critical thinking, and include Coordinated Studies, Linked Courses, and Integrated Projects.

In addition, you have opportunities to participate in internship, volunteer work, service-learning experiences and travel study that will enhance your academic, professional and personal growth. Learn more about experiential learning programs offered at Seattle Central.