Earning a transfer associate degree does not guarantee admission to UW Bothell. Students who transfer within this agreement must still meet program requirements to be considered for admission to a degree program.
The University of Washington Bothell transfers credit on a course by course basis. The University of Washington Bothell agrees that transfer students from Washington community colleges who complete approved associate degree programs, as determined by the UWB Office of Admissions will be considered to have satisfied general education and proficiency requirements and will generally have junior-level standing with the following provisos:
- Courses equivalent to intermediate algebra and UW English composition be completed with a minimum grade of 2.0.
- Successful completion of two years of high school study or successful completion of two quarters (through the 102 level) at a college/university of a single foreign language.
- 100 level foreign language courses will only be transferred as electives
- History, philosophy, journalism and communication courses will be transferred according to the course equivalency tables listed at: http://admit.washington.edu/Requirements/Transfer/Plan/EquivalencyGuide
- If the transfer degree requires 45 credits of distribution (15-15-15), in order to satisfy the Areas of Knowledge requirement students will be required to take up to an additional 15 credits from Humanities, Social Science, and Natural Sciences subject areas.