Transferring your credits to WSU
Transfer course equivalency
WSU transfer equivalency database
- See how your courses match up with WSU equivalents.
- Know a WSU course that you need to take? You can also use this guide to find its equivalent at your current college.
If your transfer courses were taken on a quarterly system, you'll need to convert them to semester credits to see how your credit hours match WSU requirements. Simply multiply your quarter credit hours by .67 to determine how many semester credits you'll receive.
"Washington 45" transfer courses
The Washington 45 agreement makes it easy for you to transfer pre-approved first-year general education courses from one college to another in the state of Washington.
Business, engineering, and architecture
The University's programs in business, engineering, and architecture require specific prerequisite courses for certification into the major.
See how your transfer work matches the prerequisites and plan ahead:
Depending on the degree and the college, you may be able to get an associate's degree and transfer with credit for the WSU general education (UCORE) requirements.
Some two-year degrees can transfer directly into junior standing at WSU.