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Degrees from states other than Washington

Generally speaking, two-year degrees from states other than the five below, will transfer on a course-by-course basis. Be sure to check the requirements for your intended major at WSU during the year before you transfer. Contact the department you’ll be majoring in and check the WSU Catalog for the requirements you’ll need to meet to graduate from WSU.

Arizona


The associate in arts (AA), associate in science (AS), associate in business (ABUS), associate in arts-elementary education (AAEE), and associate in art-fine arts (AAFA) degrees with the AGEC-A, AGEC-B, or AGEC-S components from a public or tribal Arizona community college will generally fulfill WSU University Common Requirements (UCORE), but won’t guarantee junior standing.

California


The associate in arts (AA) degree, along with the intersegmental general education transfer curriculum (IGETC) verification, from a public California community college will generally fulfill WSU’s lower division University Common Requirements (UCORE), but may not guarantee junior standing.

Hawaii


The associate in arts (AA) degree from a public Hawai’i community college will generally fulfill WSU University Common Requirements (UCORE), but doesn’t guarantee junior standing.

Idaho


The associate of arts (AA) degree from North Idaho College, College of Southern Idaho, or College of Western Idaho will generally fulfill WSU University Common Requirements (UCORE), but doesn’t guarantee junior standing.

Oregon


The associate of arts Oregon transfer (AAO-T) degree or the associate of science Oregon transfer-business degree (ASOT-Business) from a public Oregon community college or the associate of science athletic training emphasis from Southwestern Oregon Community College will generally fulfill WSU University Common Requirements (UCORE), but won’t guarantee junior standing.