How Courses Transfer
Check out our course offerings by clicking the button below. We’ve also organized our courses into thematic areas you may wish to explore during your 1 or 2-years of study with us (see below).View Courses
Use the BC Transfer Guide (BCAT) to see how Corpus Christi College courses transfer to and from other colleges and universities.launchLaunch BCAT
Associate of Arts Degree
Get An Extra Advantage On your Way to a Bachelor's Degree
Whether or not you plan to transfer to another university, you can choose to earn an Associate of Arts Degree (AA) while completing 2 years of courses at Corpus Christi College. The Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees are provincial credentials offered by many institutions in BC. It is an excellent credential to have on your resume, and gives you an edge when applying for Bachelor’s programs.
The Corpus Christi College AA can offer an internship or practicum in Year 2 – so you can also get some job-ready skills and work experience under your belt!
How It Works
Our Academic Advisors are trained in guiding students through the transfer process and completion of the Associate of Arts degree. Your first step is to contact an Advisor
and express your interest in the AA program.
Our AA Checklist will help you plan which courses to take. To use it, click the button below to download the checklist, and make an appointment with your Academic Advisor. Together, you'll go over your credits and make a course plan to complete your AA and graduate from Corpus Christi College. insert_drive_fileDownload AA Checklist .PDF
Frequently Asked Questions about the AA
The BCCAT website offers information on AA requirements, transferring, benefits, and frequently asked questions. To learn more about the Associate of Arts degree in British Columbia, click the button below.launchBCCAT AA Info
We're Here to Help you Plan
Not sure what courses are right for your career goals or interest areas?
Our academic advisors have some tips. Click the button below to read their best advice for planning your university career.
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