Washington State University offers degree programs in engineering, computer technologies, architecture, and construction management that build effectively on previous coursework completed at community colleges.
You’re considered a transfer student for admission purposes if you have attended college after the summer following high school graduation.
It is strongly recommended that potential transfer students contact a WSU academic advisor in their intended major to assist with planning their community college course selections in order to maximize transfer efficiency.
Writing Portfolio Requirement
Completion of the Junior Writing Portfolio is a general education requirement for graduation at WSU. Transfer students entering with 60 or more credits must initiate the Junior Writing Portfolio by the end of their first semester at WSU. To this end, you should save examples of writing from coursework completed at your community college. Instructor signatures are required, so it is important to plan ahead.
Use this table to determine which courses are required for your degree program and find the equivalent course(s) within your community college. You can find more information on AS-T major-related program pathways at the Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges. Note that the table below is a guide only and is considered unofficial. For official transfer equivalencies for your school visit the WSU Transfer Course Search Tool.
Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering
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Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Mechanical and Materials Engineering