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WSU Everett Academics Overview

Washington State University offers bachelor-degree completion programs in software engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, data analyticshospitality business management and integrated strategic communication at the Everett University Center, located on the Everett Community College campus. Starting in the fall of 2017, students will take classes in a brand new, state-of-the-art building in Everett.

In the WSU degree programs at Everett, you get:

  • The convenience of a campus close to home
  • More affordable tuition
  • The expertise and resources of one of the nation’s top public research universities with businesses throughout the North Puget Sound area employing WSU graduates and actively looking for more, many students have job offers already waiting when they graduate.

You can fulfill the general education requirements by taking your first two years of courses at any community college, and then finish your degree by enrolling at WSU in Everett for your junior and senior years. You’ll learn from WSU professors in person on the Everett Community College campus and take online courses through the nationally ranked WSU Online degree program. And when you finish, you’ll have all the advantages a Washington State University degree confers—closer to home.

To learn more and to apply, choose the program you are interested in here:

There are also programs available through other Everett University Center partners, which can be viewed at everettuc.org.

 

Academic advisers

Electrical, Software and Mechanical Engineering
Pam Loughlin
425-405-1731
engineering.everett@wsu.edu

Data Analytics and Hospitality Business Management
Anna McLeod
425-405-1750
anna.mcleod2@wsu.edu

Integrated Strategic Communication
Kris Baier
425-405-1775
kbaier@wsu.edu


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