There’s something for YOU at Seattle Central

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HOSEN BY OVER 16,000 STUDENTS EACH YEAR, Seattle Central Community College offers a comprehensive range of educational programs and opportunities for academic transfer, workplace preparation, basic skills and continuing education in an urban environment.

Why Seattle Central?
Hands-on, real-world education to help build your career Dedicated instructors who know your name A wide variety of degree and certificate programs to suit your interests Affordable tuition Day, evening and online classes to fit your schedule Dynamic student life, with many clubs and organizations Ideal location in the heart of Capitol Hill Financial aid for those who qualify

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Whether your goal is to earn a degree or just take a course, our staff can help guide you through the online steps to get enrolled, find money to pay for your classes, sign up for orientation and begin your academic journey.

Seattle Central Community College
1701 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122



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Applied Behavioral Science

Bachelor of Applied Science Degree



eattle Central’s Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in Applied Behavioral Science teaches students to apply fundamentals and specialized knowledge of this discipline to a variety of human service professions. The program provides a solid foundation in environmental science, social psychology, research principles, cultural competency, public policy analysis and more. Students complete two internships and can pursue elective courses to specialize their program of study.

A profession with a future

With the education and training provided by this program, students are qualified for a variety of positions for credentialed social service providers with bachelor’s degrees, in fields such as mental health, early childhood education, family support services, interpreting services and more.

Reputation for excellence

The degree builds on the 30-year success of Seattle Central’s existing associate degree programs in Child and Family Studies, Deaf Studies and Social and Human Services. Taught by accomplished faculty, classes are small, engaging and designed to prepare students for the rigors of the field.

Accessible and affordable

The only one of its kind in the region, this degree program is accessible to working students, with most classes offered during evenings. Tuition is thousands of dollars less than at four-year colleges/universities and for-profit institutions.


To be admitted, you must hold at least a two-year degree in social and human services, chemical dependency, early childhood education, interpreting services or a related field.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit or call the program office at 206.934.3101.