Degree & Certificate Completion Worksheets

Completion worksheets list the requirements for all Bellevue College degrees and certificates and help you keep track of your progress as you complete your degree or certificate.

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Worksheets are now part of our online catalog!

To view worksheets, visit our Online Catalog and find your degree or program.

From the degree or program page, click the ‘Print Degree Planner’ icon. Example of button. Labeled 'Print Degree Planner', and appears above the degree title heading as the first in a button group

PDF worksheets are still available below for Transfer programs and our AA in General Studies degree.

Bachelor’s Degrees (Online Catalog)

Visit our online catalog for Bachelor of Applied Arts, Bachelor of Applied Science, and Bachelor of Science degrees.

Baccalaureate Certificates (Online Catalog)

Visit our online catalog for worksheets. Baccalaureate certificates are excellent options for students with jobs and families who want to take a first step toward a degree or learn specific skills to further their careers.

Transfer Programs

Worksheets for transfer associate degrees which prepare students to pursue a variety of intended majors for a bachelor degree at a university.

Professional/Technical Programs (Online Catalog)

Visit our online catalog for a wide array of associate degrees and certificates which prepare students to enter the workforce with the education and skills required.

Non-Transfer Programs

Worksheets for two alternative non-transfer associate degrees to grant academic recognition for students completing 90 credits of college level courses. These degrees are not designed for students who intend to pursue a bachelor degree at a university.

Worksheets for Previous Years

Students may elect to graduate under the provisions of the official catalog in effect at the time they first started at Bellevue College or at the time they apply for graduation, provided five years has not lapsed and they have remained continuously enrolled at the college.