Academic Planning Worksheet: Bioresource Science & Engineering

Preparation for your intended major is a factor in the review of your UW transfer application. Use this worksheet to help you plan for admission to your intended major and for UW general education requirements.


Department admission information

This major is capacity-constrained. Completion of prerequisites does not guarantee admission. Students must submit two applications, one to the UW and to bioresource science & engineering.

Application deadlines

  • autumn quarter: April 5
  • spring quarter: January 15

AA 260 is a required course to take the junior year BSE course sequence. AA 260 is offered at the UW spring and summer quarter if not taken at previous school.

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Courses required for admission to major

Directions: Record the courses you have taken, are taking or plan to take prior to UW enrollment that you believe are equivalent to the UW course requirements listed below. Not sure? Use the transfer course equivalency guide.


UW Course Dept. Prefix & Number Term/Year
Example: MATH 124 – Calculus I MATH 151 AUT 08
MATH 124 NW QSR – Calculus I
MATH 125 NW – Calculus II
MATH 126 NW – Calculus III
MATH 307 NW – Intro Differential Equations
CHEM 142 NW QSR – General Chemistry
CHEM 152 NW QSR – General Chemistry
CHEM 162 NW QSR – General Chemistry
CHEM 237 NW – Organic Chemistry
CHEM 238 NW – Organic Chemistry
QSCI 381 NW QSR – Intro Probability & Statistics OR IND E 315 NW - Intro Probability & Statistics OR STAT 390 QSR - Intro Probability & Statistics
PHYS 121 NW QSR – Mechanics
PHYS 122 NW – Electromagnetism
PHYS 123 NW – Waves
A A 260 NW – Thermodynamics OR CHEM E 325 NW – Thermodynamics
English Composition
ECON 200 I&S QSR – Intro Microeconomics
HCDE 231 – Technical Writing

Entering transfer information

Total undergraduates, as of autumn 2018: 63

Total from Washington community colleges: 7

  • Entering transfer GPA (from WA community colleges):
  • 3.75 – 4.00: 2
  • 3.50 – 3.74: 3
  • 3.25 – 3.49: 1
  • 3.00 – 3.24: 1
  • 2.75 – 2.99: 0
  • 2.50 – 2.74: 0
  • 2.49 and below0

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