After high school, transition right into DMACC and complete your degree. It's an easy next step!
Take advantage of the DMACC credits you've earned in high school by completing a
DMACC Associate's degree.
Advantages of earning an Associate's degree:
- The degree is accepted
in its entirety at
four year institutions. Transferring credits by course allows institutions to choose to accept or deny on a class by class basis.
- Having an Associate's degree
makes you marketable in the workforce, even if you choose not to complete your four-year degree.
Two easy ways to track your progress towards an AA degree
If you currently take high school classes that earn DMACC credits, you can easily see how close you are to completing an Associate's degree with these two tools.
The Degree Tracker shows the DMACC credit classes available at your high school and online classes. Use this worksheet to keep track of your progress towards a degree.
Find the printable Degree Tracker for your School
Use Degree Works to keep track of DMACC credits you've completed, and also run scenarios of how many credits you have left to complete an Associate's degree or any other degree, diploma or certificate that DMACC offers.
Learn more about DegreeWorks
Access DegreeWorks (login to myDMACC required)
Continue What You Started
Download this PDF Brochure (course planner worksheet included) to learn more about why completing your degree at DMACC is a good idea.
Even if you decide to transfer credits before earning a degree at DMACC, your classes at your four-year institution can transfer back to DMACC to complete your AA degree.
Tuition Calculator to see how much you can save by earning an AA degree at DMACC before transferring to a four-year institution.
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Why choose DMACC after high school?