UWB Undergraduate Premajors

If you wish to apply to any of the undergraduate majors offered by the CSS Division and are currently enrolled as a premajor at the University of Washington Bothell, please view the information below.

Prerequisites

  • CSS 161: Fundamentals of Computing
  • CSSSKL 161:  Fundamental Programming Skills
  • CSS 162: Programming Methodology
  • CSSSKL 162: Programming Methodology Skills
  • STMATH 124: Calculus I
  • STMATH 125: Calculus II
  • STMATH 390, BIS 315, or B BUS 215: Statistics
  • English Composition: B WRIT 134
  • Advanced Composition: B WRIT 135

* 2.0 is the minimum GPA required to receive credit for the course, but is not considered competitive.  For more information regarding admission to the program please see CUSP or a CSS Advisor.

Application

Undergraduate Application for UWB Premajors

Deadlines

See the link in the left navigation bar entitled "Application Deadlines for Undergraduate Majors."

Where should I drop my application off?

Please drop applications off at the front desk in Discovery Hall, Suite 352.

Selection Criteria

Enrollment and admission into the majors offered by the CSS Division is highly competitive. The admissions committee uses a holistic approach when reviewing applications and takes into account, academic performance (GPA in prerequisite courses, overall GPA, grade trend, repeated courses), activities outside the classroom, and the personal statement.

Important Items

1.  Statistics is the ONLY soft prerequisite.  This means the course can be in progress, or completed after admitted to the major.

2.  Decisions are not made until the committee receives the final grades for all prerequisite courses.

3.  If you have taken the Calculus or Programming prerequisite courses at an institution other than UWS/UWT/UWB, you will need to attach your unofficial/official transcript to the application.

4.  You will need to select 1 major to apply to (per quarter).  Please do not submit an application for multiple CSS majors (CSSE, Applied Computing, or Computer Engineering) at once.

Did You Know?

Nine out of 10 of UW Bothell's 15,000 alumni live and work in the state of Washington.