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Majors requiring college math

Majors requiring college math for admission and/or graduation UW College Major Built Environments Architecture Architectural Studies Construction Management Foster School of Business Business Administration Finance Engineering Aeronautics & Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Environmental Engineering Human Centered Design & Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Materials Science & Engineering Public Health…


A Level & AS Level exams

A Level & AS Level exams The UW encourages and applauds students who have pursued A Level or AS Level exams as part of their high school curriculum or through the Cambridge AICE Diploma Program. These courses are challenging and demanding, and we believe they provide excellent preparation for university study. Policy overview In general,…


International Baccalaureate (IB)

International Baccalaureate (IB) The UW encourages and applauds participation in IB as part of the high school curriculum. These courses are challenging and demanding, and we believe they provide excellent preparation for university study. Policy overview In most cases, five quarter credits (or more) are awarded for Higher Level subjects in which the student has…


Advanced Placement (AP)

Advanced Placement (AP) The UW encourages and applauds participation in AP as part of the high school curriculum. These courses are challenging and demanding, and we believe they provide excellent preparation for university study. Submitting your AP test scores The easiest way to ensure that the UW receives your AP scores is to name us…


Transfer GPA

The transfer GPA In calculating the transfer GPA, the Office of Admission uses: All transferable academic courses from all regionally accredited colleges a student has attended in which the student has received grades between 0.0 and 4.0 on a 4.0 grading scale. Although the UW uses a decimal scale for grading students in its own…


Test scores

SAT/ACT scores The information below is for U.S. freshman applicants only. International freshman applicants must demonstrate English proficiency by submitting TOEFL or IELTS scores. SAT or ACT? The UW accepts the SAT and ACT equally. There is absolutely no advantage in submitting one test over the other. If an applicant submits scores from both tests, national…


Application fee

Freshman application fee U.S. students International students U.S. students The application fee is nonrefundable and must be submitted each time you apply for admission. It cannot be transferred to another quarter, to another campus of the UW or to another student. Application fee: $80 Payment options You may pay by credit card, debit card or…


Writing section

2019 Freshman writing section NOTE: The following essay prompts were for students applying to enter the UW autumn quarter of 2019. If you are applying to enter the UW autumn quarter of 2020, the UW will no longer accept the shared Coalition essay prompts. Essay prompts for 2020 applicants will be released as soon as…


Academic Planning Worksheets

Academic Planning Worksheets How to use the worksheets Print a worksheet for any major(s) you are considering and fill it out as you progress through your college work. The worksheets are designed to be used in conjunction with other resources and, of course, advisers. Bring your worksheets and unofficial transcripts with you whenever you meet…


How to apply

Postbaccalaureate application Select a major Statement of purpose Application fee Sending transcripts English proficiency (international students only) Apply now Select a major As a postbaccalaureate applicant, you must indicate your intended major or goal for postbaccalaureate study on the application for admission (examples: History, pre-med, preparation for graduate school in psychology). Your application will not…



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