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For further information about WSU course requirements and the transfer of credit before you apply, contact Jane Kinkel (509.358.7537 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
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BACHELOR DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAMS
Begin these programs at WSU Pullman, a community college, or another accredited institution, and complete your degree at WSU Spokane.
Centers on the effects of nutrition and exercise on human health. Graduates are eligible for the American College of Sports Medicine Exercise Specialist certification exam. Another year of study prepares students for the Registered Dietitian credential.
Helps those new to nursing build the professional knowledge, skills, and values essential to the practice of nursing.
Designed for registered nurses interested in earning the bachelor of science in nursing degree.
This pre-professional program lays the foundation for further study in the fields of speech-language pathology and audiology. Students learn about the physiological, neurological, behavioral, and psychological dimensions of development, communications, and communications disorders.
TRANSFER STUDENT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Thank you for your interest in transferring to Washington State University Spokane!
WSU Spokane offers a limited number of upper-division, baccalaureate completion programs, as well as general education courses. Here you’ll enjoy the career and educational advantages of learning alongside graduate students and attaining a Washington State University degree.
Transfer Student Admission Steps
- We encourage transfer students to meet with an admissions counselor at WSU Spokane for an unofficial transcript evaluation.
- WSU holds office hours at Spokane Falls Community College and Spokane Community College to provide information about degree programs, prerequisites, and the transferability of courses.
- Transfer course equivalencies
- Your source for assistance in planning course transfers. Official assessment is done at the time of admission to WSU. Use in conjunction with the WSU Catalog.
- This site does not certify applicability of transfer credits toward degree requirements.
- Contact Jane Kinkel to schedule an appointment or with transfer questions (509.358.7537 or email@example.com).
Maximum transfer of credit hours allowed toward a baccalaureate degree:
- From a two-year community or junior college: 73 semester/110 quarter hours
- From CLEP, advanced placement, international baccalaureate, or military credit: 73 semester/110 quarter hours
- From a four-year institution: 90 semester/135 quarter hours
- From a combination of all institutions: 90 semester/135 quarter hours
Transfer information website, WSU Pullman
Academic Center, Suite 130
600 N. Riverpoint Blvd
PO Box 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-1495