With a focus on undergraduate education, career-readiness, research, scientific inquiry, innovation, entrepreneurship, global interconnectivity and sustainable growth, WSU Everett prepares students for success and leadership in a rapidly changing world. Each program has a dedicated academic advisor to guide you along your path.
Business administration is a wide-ranging field that touches virtually all parts of life, from work to home and leisure. Because business is conducted in so many settings — person-to-person, in large corporations, over the Internet — the business major covers not only the basics of finance and accounting, but also marketing, business management and current technology.
Create, manage, explore, and analyze large, complex datasets. Our data analytics major meets an explosion of demand for skilled data analysts who can communicate, solve problems, and work effectively in teams.
WSU Everett’s Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity will provide a foundation in information technology (IT), computing, and information security theory and strategies. Obtain a strong foundation in cybersecurity principles, including network security, cyber law, and ethical hacking,
Learning from faculty members with vast industry hotels, restaurants, managed services venues, and tourist destinations—whether they’re located in the U.S. or around the world. Hands-on instruction and real-world experiences build the skills you need to launch a successful career.
Learn to communicate creatively and persuasively to build mutually beneficial long-term relationships between organizations and their publics. Coursework in the ISC program emphasizes career-readiness and theoretically grounded, data-based decision making to problem solve and innovate.
Mechanical engineering, in combining disciplines like physics and materials science, is concerned with the development, application and management of machines. In this major, professors and industry mentors help you develop practical knowledge in projects with real-world applications.
Organic food production is one of the fastest-growing segments of modern agriculture. This revolutionary new major—the first of its kind to be offered in the United States—takes students on a journey of courses in the natural, environmental, economic and social sciences, as well as organic production practices.
This residential model promotes active, social interaction among residents and their families, while providing a safe and caring environment. Managers and professional staff make a positive difference for residents and enhance the quality of their lives on a daily basis
The software engineering program prepares students for developing and maintaining large and complex software by focusing on software development, testing and validation, maintenance, security, and management and integration—all specialties of high demand among the state’s computing and IT industries.
If you’re undecided about your major, you’re in the right place! We will work with you to explore academics and experiences to find out what is important to you, what subjects make your eyes light up, and how you define success. Together, you and your Major Exploration advisor will work towards finding which WSU major will best help you achieve your goals.
Aerospace, advanced manufacturing, computer engineering–you name the industry, and electrical engineers have a place in it. This program prepares students for a rewarding career in design, research, testing, development, and manufacturing of electronic systems and equipment.
An academic minor is a great way to supplement and round out your educational experience. Students often select minors to pursue other interests outside of their major program and to enhance their resume. At Washington State University Everett, the following minors are available to our students:
For additional information about how to select a minor, contact the academic coordinator of the associated program.
Electrical, Mechanical and Software Engineering
Business Administration and Hospitality
Business Administration, HBM Minor
Integrated Strategic Communication