Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Monterey Peninsula College campuses have been closed until further notice. MPC classes and student support services will be offered fully online.

The Counseling Department provides major requirements worksheets listing the requirements for certificate of achievement and associate degree programs.  Certificate of training programs and their requirements, however, are listed within the respective academic department's webpage.

NOTE: These worksheets are for advising purposes only; refer to the official catalog for complete program information, and consult with a counselor for advisement.

Associate Degrees for Transfer (AA-T/AS-T)

The Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) programs enable students to complete the lower-division requirements for transfer to a CSU to pursue a bachelor's degree in a similar major.  Students completing these degrees are guaranteed admission to the CSU system but not necessarily to a particular campus or major.

New Associate Degrees for Transfer effective FALL 2019
(Students are advised to consult with a counselor for education planning.)

Biology AS-T
Elementary Teacher Education AA-T
Global Studies AA-T
Nutrition and Dietetics AS-T
Social Justice Studies: Ethnic Studies AA-T
Social Justice Studies: Gender and Women's Studies AA-T

Non-Transfer Associate Degrees (AA/AS) and Certificates

The AA/AS degrees and certificates are awarded in science and liberal arts areas, as well as in career technical fields which offer students the skills and knowledge needed for employment or job advancement.