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Washington State University in Everett offers degree completion programs. Students fulfill the state’s general education requirements by taking their first two years of coursework at any college, then finish their degree by enrolling at WSU Everett for their junior and senior years.

Students should complete as many of the WSU general education (UCORE) requirements as possible before applying to a program at WSU Everett.

WSU Everett degree programs may require additional prerequisites that will need to be completed before certifying into the major. Generally these courses are available at Everett, but it is recommended to complete them prior to transferring. Visit the Academics section of this site for more information on each program’s prerequisites.

Transfer credit

While it not required, we recommend pursuing an associate’s degree that is part of the State of Washington’s transfer equivalency agreement. In most cases, this will fulfill the majority of UCORE requirements and enable you to transfer with junior standing. In other circumstances, transfer courses are evaluated on a course-by-course basis. More about transfer credit

International students

If you are not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States of America, please see the WSU Office of International Programs website to learn more about applying. Contact with any questions you may have.


We're happy to answer any questions you have about requirements and applying.

Admission office:

For specific questions on how your transfer courses will apply toward your major at WSU, contact an academic program coordinator.

Academic coordinators

Mechanical Engineering
Pam Loughlin

Electrical Engineering
Pam Loughlin

Software Engineering
Pam Loughlin

Data Analytics
Anna Mcleod

Hospitality Business Management
Anna Mcleod

Integrated Strategic Communication
Kris Baier

Organic Agriculture Systems
Bri Ewing

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