For students who obtain a first bachelor`s degree, the Admissions Office grants transfer credits in accordance with the guidelines discussed here. Admissions reserve the right to accept or refuse credits acquired in other higher education institutions. As a general rule, the university`s policy is to accept credits acquired from institutions fully accredited by its regional association for accreditation of universities and universities, provided that these credits have been obtained by university courses corresponding to the student`s curriculum at the University of Washington (UW). Exceptions are mentioned under significant restrictions on transfer credits and non-credit prices. Below are links to the homepages of most Washington universities/universities and a link to information transfer in most cases. Students who confirm their intention to enroll in Western receive a transfer mark prior to course registration. As a general rule, no transfer credits are granted for professional or technical programs. However, a maximum of 15 kronor is awarded for the transfer of university-level professional engineering courses if they have been admitted as voters in the 90 credits that include an associate university degree from a Washington community college. Courses in this category are those that generally offer specific training for a profession (e.B. health, accounting, electronics or physiotherapy assistant). If eligible, these credits apply only to the electoral credit component of a bachelor`s degree at the UW. These courses are not included in the transfer AMP.
The “Washington 45” course list was designed to provide an optimal course choice allowance for high school students participating in the Washington Running Start program or for traditional transfer students who wish to change before obtaining an associate degree. The Washington 45 was designed to provide a guide for students to choose courses that would be successfully transposed to all public and private bachelor`s institutions in Washington State.