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The undergraduate programs are based on an innovative and cost-saving 2+2 model. Students take their general education requirements at any community college, then transfer to WSU for their junior and senior years.

Everett University Center offers 26 bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs through partner universities, including: Washington State University; Western Washington University; Eastern Washington University; University of Washington Bothell; Central Washington University; Evergreen State College; and Hope International University. WSU Everett currently hosts six undergraduate degree-completion programs.

Mechanical Engineering, est. 2012
Graduates: 59
Current students: 72

Electrical Engineering, est. 2014
Graduates: 14
Current students: 42

Integrated Strategic Communication, est. 2014
Graduates: 12
Current students: 57

Hospitality Business Management, est. 2014
Graduates: 5
Current students: 25

Software Engineering, est. 2016
Graduates: N/A
Current students: 2

Data Analytics, est. 2016
Graduates: N/A
Current students: 0

Total graduates: 90
Current semester total enrollment: 198

WSU is currently planning an Organic Agriculture Systems programs, targeted to begin in 2017.

Student demographics

Age 18-24:  53%   |   Age 25+:  47%

37% First in Family
10% Military Veteran
36% Ethnic Minority
40% Pell Grant Eligible

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