You will be fully admitted if you have completed a relevant Associate of Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) degree - or another transferrable associate degree from an accredited institution - with a minimum of 25 quarterly general education credits which must include college-level: Algebra (or above), English composition (ENGL& 101 or equivalent), psychology (PSYC& 100 or equivalent), 5 credits in natural world (NW) electives, and 5 credits in humanities (VLPA) electives. If you have your journey card you can be admitted on a provisional basis while completing your general education courses.
Students with a Washington State Associate of Arts-Transfer or Associate of Science-Transfer degree may also be admitted to the program, providing that they meet the 2-5 year work experience requirement. Priority will be given to students with a Washington State AAS-T degree. All students entering under these degrees will still need to complete all core courses, earn a minimum of 180 college-level credits, and will be required to work with the BAS Programs Office to develop appropriate substitutions for general education requirements.
Students may be admitted to the BAS Sustainable Building Science Technology program under one of the following conditions:
You will be fully admitted to the program when all admission requirements have been completed and accepted by the Executive Dean.
If you are within 25 quarter credits of completing an associate degree, including the program entry requirements, you may be admitted provisionally into the program on a space available basis. This is in addition to the conditions cited above regarding journey card status and other associate degrees.
If you have a cumulative GPA below 2.5, you may be admitted under probationary status. Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher for the first 30 quarter credits and then petition to the BAS Programs Manager for full admittance.
You can take up to 15 credits in the Sustainable Building Science Technology program prior to admission. Non-matriculated students must gain permission from a Faculty Coordinator to join classes prior to admission.
Priority will be given to students with a Washington State AAS-T degree
If you have an AA or AS Transfer degree in a relevant field of study, you can also be admitted into the program on a space available basis. Students entering under these degrees will still need to complete all of the upper-division courses and will be required to work with program faculty to develop appropriate substitutions for the lower-division general education courses.
Everyone admitted to the program must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and must be registered for a minimum of 10 SBST credits each quarter. Please note: You need to be registered for a minimum of 12 credits per quarter to be considered a full-time student by the financial aid department.