Cascadia Community College last week announced an agreement with the University of Washington Bothell that will allow students who earn a two-year degree in computer science at Cascadia to transfer into the Bachelor of Science in Computing and Software Systems or the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Computing programs at UW Bothell.
“This is an excellent example of how Cascadia and UW Bothell are working together on behalf of students. We already share a campus, now we’ve created a pathway for Cascadia students to transfer to UW Bothell’s excellent baccalaureate programs in computing,” said Dr. Sunny Burns, Cascadia’s Vice President of Student Learning and Student Success, in a press release.
In addition to the agreement with UW Bothell, Cascadia Community College and the Lake Washington Institute of Technology agreed to a program that will allow Cascadia students who earn two-year degrees in any of five applied science programs to transfer to the Bachelor of Technology in Applied Design at Lake Washington.
--Information from Cascadia Community College.