The WSU Data Analytics major, offered jointly by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture, is now available at WSU Everett.
Students can transfer into the data analytics program from a variety of academic backgrounds, though additional time to graduation may be required if core coursework is lacking. The more core certification courses that are completed prior to transfer, the sooner you can certify in the program. Please talk to an adviser for detailed information on transfer credits and your estimated graduation date.
The WSU data analytics core curriculum and specialization tracks develop strong technical skills and working knowledge of an application area, combined with strong communication skills and the ability to work in teams.
The bachelor of science in data analytics requires:
WSU Requirement to be aware of:
While you can surely take care of your graduation requirements after you enroll, preparing in advance for the WSU Writing Portfolio can help you make the most of your time, both before you transfer and after.
All students at WSU are required to complete a writing portfolio after reaching 60 credits, which is generally during the junior year.
The writing portfolio consists of two parts:
Keep all the papers you write for your college courses. You can use papers written for classes you took at your previous college in your portfolio packet.
See the university writing portfolio guidelines for more information or ask your advisor.