Follow These Steps to Apply to UW Seattle
1. Complete the Application for International 5. Mail the application form and all required documents on or before
Undergraduate Admission. the application deadline to:
2. Follow the application instructions and the writing section BY REGULAR MAIL: BY EXPRESS MAIL:
instructions, both are included in this packet. International Admissions International Admissions
University of Washington University of Washington
3. Mail your completed application to the University along with Office of Admissions Office of Admissions
the application fee and other required materials. Box 355852 1410 NE Campus Parkway — 225 Schmitz Hall
4. Make sure you sign the application form. Seattle, WA 98195-5852 Seattle, WA 98195
For more information about each item, refer to pages 2-3 in this packet or consult the Web at
● Application form, signed and dated
● $75 Nonrefundable application fee, bank check (draft) or money order payable through a U.S. bank
● Statement of Financial Responsibility form
● Writing Section of the application
● Official secondary-school transcripts from all schools attended for grades 9 and higher
● Official college, university, or other postsecondary transcripts from all schools attended
● Official English proficiency exam scores
● Official scores from SAT Reasoning Test or ACT with Writing (Optional)
● Transfer Applicants only: Academic Planning Worksheet (Optional)
LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION AND OTHER SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
Please do not submit letters of recommendation or other supplemental materials. We will not consider
supplemental materials such as letters of recommendation, artwork, CDs, DVDs, writings, books, etc.
Please tell us about yourself through the Writing Section of the application and we will know everything
we need to know about you when we review your application.
Application Deadlines AUTUMN QUARTER 2011 SUMMER QUARTER 2011
International Freshman December 15, 2010 December 15, 2010
International Transfer February 15, 2011 February 15, 2011
International Postbaccalaureate February 15, 2011 February 15, 2011
No international student applications are accepted for winter or spring quarters.
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We strongly encourage you to consider using the online application f Make sure the name on your score report matches exactly the name you give on
when you apply to the UW. Not only is it easily accessible anytime day your admission application form. Even a slight difference in the name will prevent
the scores from being matched to your application file.
or night but it can speed up the initial review of your application. We
have also found that the online application can be more accurate than f If there are any differences in your name, be sure to list the name discrepancy on
your application (in question PI-5) or notify the Admissions Office in writing by
the paper application since the data you enter online is exactly how it
email or postal mail.
will appear to us. To start the online application, go to admit.uw.edu/
f TOEFL and IELTS scores are only valid for two years from the exam date. If scores
Apply/International/Apply and select “Online Application,” then follow
are more than two years old, new exam scores must be submitted. Institutional
the instructions to set up an account. Please use your legal name when TOEFL scores administered by other colleges/universities will not be accepted.
setting up the account because this will be the name that appears on the
application you submit. Only submit one application – if you apply online,
do not submit a paper application. Duplicate applications will delay the
Statement Of Financial Responsibility
processing of your application. To complete the application, the applicant must demonstrate that he or
she has sufficient funds to pay for tuition and living expenses for one full
year at the University. According to current U.S. immigration regulations,
The Application Fee all international students are required to verify funding in order to obtain
The application must be submitted with a nonrefundable application fee immigration documents for study in the U.S. All applicants are required
of $75 in U.S. currency. Mail a bank check (draft) or money order payable to complete and sign the Statement of Financial Responsibility form and
through a U.S. bank and made out to the University of Washington. Be submit it along with the UW application for admission. If you are offered
sure your name as the applicant appears on the check or money order. admission to the University, you will be asked to submit an original bank
DO NOT SEND CASH. Applications received without the application letter or statement that verifies sufficient funding before immigration
fee cannot be processed. PLEASE NOTE: Credit card payments are documents can be prepared. Please do not submit bank documents at
accepted for the online application only. Online applications cannot be this time.
processed unless the application fee is paid online at the time you submit
f Official academic records (transcripts) from all secondary schools or high schools
When To Apply — Deadlines attended must be submitted by all freshman and transfer applicants. Official
The University welcomes international student applications for either English translations must be provided if the official transcript is not in English.
summer or autumn quarters. Summer quarter begins in mid-June and f Official academic records (transcripts) from any college, university, professional
autumn quarter begins in late September. school, or technical school attended must be submitted by all transfer and
postbaccalaureate applicants. Official English translations must be provided if the
f The application deadline for international freshmen applying for either summer official transcript is not in English.
2011 or autumn 2011 is December 15, 2010. The online application will be
available from October 1 – December 15.
f Transcripts must be received from all schools attended, both in the U.S. and
outside the U.S. Transcripts must include all course work completed before the
f The application deadline for international transfers or international application deadline. The UW requires fall/autumn term grades for all transfer
postbaccalaureates applying for either summer 2011 or autumn 2011 and postbaccalaureate students. If fall term transcripts are not available by the
is February 15, 2011. The online application will be available from application closing date, submit them as soon as they become available. Late
December 1 – February 15. applications will not be accepted, however, so be sure to submit all other required
materials by the closing date. Freshmen are not required to submit fall/autumn
We encourage applicants to apply early and to verify all admissions term grades.
materials have been submitted. All application materials, including f Students who are still enrolled in secondary school should submit transcripts that
transcripts and test scores, must be mailed and postmarked on or include grades/marks received in the 9th, 10th, and 11th years. If the 9th year
before the published application deadline. Late applications will not be was completed as part of junior high school in your country, then you must also
considered. submit an official transcript from that school.
f Students who have already completed national secondary school exams (i.e. HKCEE,
O-level, GCSE, SPM, etc.) must submit an official copy of the final exam certificate
English Proficiency Exam that shows subjects completed and grades received for the final exam. Students who
take a national secondary school exam like the ones listed above but who will not
Official exam results from the TOEFL or IELTS must be sent directly to have an official exam certificate by December 15 will not be eligible for admission
the University from the testing agency and must be received by the consideration until 2012. Unofficial, preliminary, or predicted grades on one of these
published application deadline. For minimum score requirements and exams will not be accepted.
more information, visit admit.uw.edu/Requirements/International/ f Students who have completed secondary school already should submit transcripts
EnglishProficiency. that include grades/marks received in 10th, 11th, and 12th years. 9th grade
transcripts are not required if you already graduated high school.
Submitting official exam results f International transfer students attending WA state community colleges are encouraged
f December is the last month for international freshmen to take an English to submit winter quarter grades. Although this is not a requirement, the information
proficiency exam. For freshmen applying for autumn or summer quarter 2011, may help in the review of your application.
we will allow test scores from any exam taken on or before December 31, 2010.
January test scores will not be accepted and will be considered late. What is an Official Transcript?
f International transfers and postbaccalaureates must submit exam scores from U.S. AND CANADA
an exam taken on or before February 15. Any exams taken after the February 15
deadline will not be considered. A high-school transcript from any high school, college, or university in the
f Scores must be sent directly from the testing agency to the University. Score
U.S. or Canada will be considered official if it has an original signature, the
reports provided to the applicant (i.e. school copies, examine score reports, official seal of the issuing institution, and it is sent directly by the school to
student copies, or photocopies of score reports) will not be accepted. the Office of Admissions. Applicants can also mail or deliver their transcript
in a sealed envelope by the issuing school as long as it is not opened by
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ALL OTHER COUNTRIES Academic Planning Worksheet for
Official secondary school transcripts must include a list of all courses Transfer Applicants only (optional)
completed with grades/marks obtained, the amount of time spent on the
International transfer applicants are strongly encouraged to complete
course, and the general time frame of the academic year in your country.
the Academic Planning Worksheet (APW). Preparation for your intended
School profiles should be included with official transcripts if available. To
major is a significant part of the admission decision. You are encouraged
be official, academic records must be original documents or photocopies
to use the APW as a planning tool, but we also recommend you complete
that have been stamped as true copies by school officials at the institution
and submit the worksheet as part of your application to the UW. If you
attended or by other educational authorities. Notarized copies are NOT
apply online, the APW is part of the application and should be completed
considered official documents.
when you submit the online application. If you submit a paper version of
the application, you will need to download the APW and submit it with
English Translations your UW application.
All transcripts written in any language other than English must be To download an Academic Planning Worksheet (APW) for your intended
accompanied by an official literal English translation in the same format as major, go to admit.uw.edu/Requirements/International/Plan/Worksheets
the originals. To be official, the translations must be original and also be and select your intended major. Majors are organized alphabetically within
stamped as official by the school or be certified as accurate by a certified the school and colleges of the University. Each major links to a planning
translator. Student translations are not considered official. worksheet in PDF format.
Applying to the Honors Program (Freshman Applicants Only)
The University Honors Program allows exceptionally high-achieving How to Apply to Honors
students to interact with each other through common academic There are two ways to apply – the choice is yours.
core curriculum and informal social gatherings. It enhances the UW
experience through small classes, individualized advising, a community The Honors Program admission application is offered as a part of the UW admission
of Honors students and faculty, and much more. The application application. Applying online saves you time and ensures the Honors Program receives
process is competitive: Last year, the Honors Program reviewed more your complete application (University and Honors) more quickly.
than 2,700 applications and invited about 800 students. International f You will be able to access the Honors Program section of the UW application only
freshmen interested in applying to the Honors program should follow if you answer “yes” to the question, “Do you plan also to apply to the Honors
Program?” on page 2 of the UW online application.
the instructions below. International transfer applicants who have
participated in Honors programs should contact the University Honors f After submitting the online application, the recommender you list in the
Honors portion of the application will receive an email containing a link to the
Program directly for advising and information on the application Honors Letter of Recommendation form. After your recommender completes the
process: http://depts.washington.edu/uwhonors/apply/transfer or online form, you will be notified via email that the recommendation has been
The Honors Program admission application is the same form as your ON PAPER
UW application for admission but the Honors Program has a separate f Completely fill out the UW Application for International Undergraduate
evaluation process with additional required materials. To be considered Admission, including the writing sections.
for the Honors Program, you must complete and submit the UW f Check the "Honors Program" box on page A1 of the application form
application and all required materials to the Office of Admissions f Complete the required Honors Essays and request one letter of recommendation
AND submit a copy of your application directly to the Honors Program,
f Send a copy of your entire UW application for international undergraduates,
including the Honors Essay and a letter of recommendation from a including the writing sections and a copy of your transcripts, directly to the
teacher, counselor, faculty member, or principal. For more information Honors Program. You must also submit the required Honors Program Essays and
on the Honors Program application, the Honors essay topics, and one letter of recommendation.
requirements, visit depts.washington.edu/uwhonors/apply/freshman. f Send the UW application for international undergraduates, the application fee,
and all required admission materials to the Office of Admissions.
SEND ALL HONORS ADMISSION MATERIALS TO:
November 15, 2010 – Scholarship Priority Deadline
December 15, 2010 – Final UW Application Deadline for international freshmen University of Washington
University Honors Program
December 22, 2010 – Final Honors Letter of Recommendation Deadline 211 Mary Gates Hall
March 15 - 31, 2011 – UW Office of Admissions Notification Period Box 352800
April 1 - 15, 2011 – UW Honors Notification Period Seattle, WA 98195-2800
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This is additional information for items marked with on the application form.
HOUSING & HONORS PROGRAM Summer vs. Autumn PI-3. DATE OF BIRTH f If you are currently in the U.S. on
The Office of Admissions is asking these The admission standards for summer You must provide your date of birth for any other type of visa other than
questions only to make it easier for you and autumn quarters are exactly the identification purposes. the student visa, indicate the exact
to get important information from other same; therefore, there is no advantage visa type and whether you intend
campus offices. in the admission process in choosing to change to a student visa before
PI-4, PI-5. NAME enrolling at the UW.
f In no way will your answers to summer. If you select summer, be aware Print or type your legal name clearly. It
these questions affect your chances that you must begin course work at that should be written exactly the same way
f If none of these categories applies
of admission. Your interest in the time and register for at least 12 credits to your situation, please explain in
as it appears on your passport or other
Honors Program or on-campus to maintain your F-1 student status. CR-4d.
legal documents. To avoid confusion,
housing will neither help nor hurt Failure to enter summer quarter cancels use your full legal name whenever you
you in the admission process. autumn admission and any registration. contact Admissions. If the name on F1C, F13C. PARENT CONTACT
f Summer quarter begins on any of your academic records or test Only one name can be entered in
f If you answer yes to either question,
June 20, 2011. scores is different from your legal name UW student records as the parental
the appropriate office—Honors or
Housing—will contact you. Keep as provided in PI-4, please write the contact, so we are asking you to choose
f Autumn quarter begins on
in mind that your relationship with names in PI-5. which parent or guardian the UW
September 28, 2011.
that office is independent from your may contact with information about
Academic calendar of the UW, programs and policies that may be of
relationship to Admissions. It is your www.uw.edu/students/reg/calendar. AD -1. MAILING ADDRESS
responsibility to keep in touch with interest. If you do not check either
html Indicate here the address to which
each office if your address or other box, the first parent/guardian listed
the Office of Admissions should mail
important information changes. will automatically be entered as the
all correspondence. Notify Admissions
MJ-1. MAJOR parental contact. Regardless of how you
Housing, http://hfs.washington.edu in writing no more than two weeks in
Freshmen are not required to declare a answer this question, you still have the
Honors Program, http://depts. major at this time. However, to assist option in F-12 and F-24 to decide if this
washington.edu/uwhonors your UW advisers, you are encouraged f your mailing address changes or parent/guardian may have access to
to indicate in MJ-1 which majors (e.g., f you wish correspondence sent to information in your admission file.
English, psychology) or subject areas your permanent address rather than
C-1. CLASSIFICATION/ENTRY TERM
(e.g., pre law, medicine) interest you. to the mailing address you originally SC. SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ATTENDED
Choose from the following three specified.
application types the ONE that best Transfer and Postbaccalaureate appli- Failure to disclose all schools, colleges,
describes your status: cants are strongly advised to select your universities, and institutions of higher
intended major. AD-2. PERMANENT FOREIGN education you have attended may result
List of majors offered by the UW, ADDRESS in denial of admission to the University.
A student who has completed or will
complete secondary school but who see page 6. U.S. Immigration requires that all
has not yet attended any college or international students provide a CC-I1, CC-I2. COURSES IN PROGRESS
Help with choosing a major, www. permanent foreign address. The Office
university. If you have completed high The information you record here could
washington.edu/uaa/gateway/ of Admissions will not use this address
school and plan to enroll in university be crucial to your admission if you plan
level courses before attending the UW, unless you have also listed it as your to satisfy College Academic Distribution
you should apply as an international mailing address in AD-1. Requirements through course work
transfer student. PI-2. SOCIAL SECURITY before enrolling at the UW. Any courses
NUMBER (SSN) AD-4. EMAIL ADDRESS that will be completed before you enroll
International Transfer If you provide a U.S. Social Security at the UW should be listed along with
Like your mailing address, your email
A student who is attending or has Number or Tax Identification Number the term and year that they will be
address should be one at which you
attended any post-secondary institution (TIN), it will be used to match your completed. List all courses that will be
can be reached reliably throughout the
but who has not yet completed a four- admission test scores with your completed during this academic year.
admission process. The UW will use
year bachelor's degree, regardless of the application. SSNs and TINs are not used email to communicate with you in a
number of credits completed. for student identification; you will be timely manner. Make sure this email AL-1. ADVANCED CREDIT
International Postbaccalaureate assigned a UW student number once address is valid and checked regularly. If Indicate the full official name of the
(fifth-year student) A student who has admitted. it changes, promptly notify the Office of school, the type of advanced-credit
already completed or will complete UW’s Use of the SSN Admissions in writing. program, and the month/year it was or
before enrolling at the UW a four-year Your SSN and other information from will be completed.
bachelor's degree considered equivalent your application may be provided to CR-4. CURRENT VISA INFORMATION
to a U.S. degree. educational research agencies for the Please indicate your current visa status. DG-1. DEGREES
Entry Term (Quarter) purpose of conducting research and This information will help us process Indicate the full official name of the de-
All applicants must indicate the quarter analysis related to Washington State your application better and will be gree and the month/year it was or will
they wish to begin enrollment at the higher education. Protecting the used only to prepare UW immigration be completed. For example, write out
UW. This application may be used release of student information will be documents if you are offered admission. Associate of Arts & Sciences rather than
only for the quarter indicated. Think in accordance with all appropriate state just AAS. Also, the date of the degree
f If you are currently a student in the
carefully before choosing which quarter, and federal laws. U.S., or you have attended school in should be as clear as possible. Writing
because you cannot delay or defer your the U.S. within the past 5 months, 2011 is not as informative as Expected
enrollment once you have applied. indicate your SEVIS Identification August 2011.
Number and the name of the school
that issued your I-20.
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the writing section of the application
The writing section is a critical part of the application. It is an opportunity for us to get to know
you better and for you to create a context for your academic performance and personal history.
The personal statement should be a comprehensive narrative, outlining aspects of your life that
are not apparent from your academic record: a character-defining moment, the cultural aware-
ness you’ve developed, a challenge faced, a personal hardship or barrier overcome.
Content as well as, spelling, grammar, and punctuation will be
considered. Please proofread your personal statement carefully. If Please address the following topics in your personal statement.
you apply online, you must submit the writing section in the space Recommended length: 750-1000 words
provided on the online application. If you apply using the PDF or paper
application, type your personal statement on standard size white paper.
Tell us about your college career to date, describing your performance,
Double-space your lines, and use only one side of each piece of paper.
educational path and choices. Explain any situations that may have had a
Print your name, the words “Personal Statement,” and the date at the
significant positive or negative impact on your academic progress and or
top of each page, and attach the pages to your application. Please do
curricular choices. If you transferred multiple times, had a significant break
not submit multiple copies of your essay.
in your education, or changed career paths, explain. What are the specific
Freshman Applicants reasons you wish to leave your most recent college/university or program
A. Personal Statement
Choose topic 1 or 2. Recommended length: 500-650 words Your Major and Career Goals
1. Discuss how your family’s experience or cultural history enriched you or pre- Tell us about your intended major and career aspirations. Are you
sented you with opportunities or challenges in pursuing your educational goals. prepared to enter your intended major at this time? If not, describe your
2. Tell us a story from your life, describing an experience that either demonstrates plans for preparing for the major. What led you to choose this major? If
your character or helped to shape it. you are still undecided, why? What type of career are you most likely to
B. Short Response pursue after finishing your education? How will the UW help you attain
Choose one of the following two topics and write a short essay. your academic, career, or personal goals?
Recommended length: 250-500 words Note: If you selected a competitive major, you have the option of selecting
1. The University of Washington seeks to create a community of students richly a second-choice major in the event you are not admitted to your first-
diverse in cultural backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints. How would you choice major. Please address major and/or career goals for your second-
contribute to this community? choice major, if applicable.
2. Describe an experience of cultural difference or insensitivity, positive or nega-
tive, you have had or observed. What did you learn from it? Cultural Understanding
C. Journal of Activities & Achievements (Optional) Thoughtfully describe the ways in which culture had an impact on your life
Directions: Identify and describe up to five of your most significant and what you have learned about yourself and society as a result. How has
activities and achievements during grades 9-12. Write a paragraph your own cultural history enriched and/or challenged you?
about why this activity or achievement had meaning for you. Tell us
Educational Challenges / Personal Hardships (if applicable)
about your highest level of achievement or honor you attained; any
responsibilities you had; and the contribution you believe you made to Describe any personal or imposed challenges or hardships you have
your school, community, or organization. Don’t just describe the activity overcome in pursuing your education. Examples: a serious illness, a
or achievement: tell us what it says about you. disability, first generation in your family to attend college, significant
financial hardship or responsibilities associated with balancing work, family
Your journal should include activities, skills, achievements, or qualities and school.
from any of the following categories:
Community or Volunteer Service (if applicable)
f Leadership in or outside of school, e.g., athletics, student government,
cultural clubs, band, scouting, community service, employment Describe your community or volunteer service while in college, including
f Activities in which you have worked to better your school, community, or leadership, awards, or increased levels of responsibility.
f Exceptional achievement in an academic field or artistic pursuit Experiential Learning (if applicable)
f Personal endeavors that enrich the mind, e.g., independent research or Describe your involvement in research, artistic endeavors, and work
reading, private dance or music lessons, weekend language or culture school (paid or volunteer), as they have contributed to your academic, career or
Please go to admit.uw.edu/Apply/International/Documents/
Statement#Postbac for the essay questions. Recommended length:
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Italics indicates curricular options within the major or department. ** This major has competitive admission standards and requires college-level
Major codes are in CAPITALS after the name of the major course work before you apply, in some cases as much as 90 credits. The
degree of competitiveness varies greatly.
Majors with no symbols are open to new students.
(m) Minor offered.
* This major generally admits all applicants who meet its minimum requirements,
without any further screening or selection, but it may require new students to
enroll at the UW before entering the program.
Arts & Sciences Environment
American Ethnic Studies AES Economics** ECON Scandinavian Studies Danish DANISH Atmospheric Sciences ATM S (m)
Afro-American Studies, Asian American (m), Finnish FINN (m), Norwegian NORW
Studies, Chicano Studies English** ENGL Creative Writing, (m), Scandinavian Area Studies SCAN A (m), Aquatic & Fisheries Sciences
Language & Literature Swedish SWED (m)
American Indian Studies* AIS Bioresource Science &
Individualized Studies* INDIV for Slavic Languages & Literatures SLAVIC Engineering** BS E
Anthropology* ANTH (m) individual & interdisciplinary majors like East European Languages & Culture EELLC
Medical Anthropology & Global Ethnomusicology or Public Health Earth & Space Sciences ESS (m)
(m), Russian RUSS (m)
Health (MAGH), Anthropology Environmental Science & Resource
of Globalization (AG). Geography GEOG (m) Sociology* SOC
This major is open to transfer students Geology – See Earth & Space Sciences Speech & Hearing Sciences** SPHSC
at this time. Transfer students applying Environmental Studies ENVIR (m)
for autumn 2012 or later: The major has Germanics* GERMAN (m) Statistics* STAT (m)
minimum requirements*, and the MAGH History* HIST History (m)
and AG options are competitive**. Women Studies WOMEN (m)
History & Philosophy of Science* Information
Applied & Computational
Mathematical Sciences* ACMS
HPS Built Environments Informatics** INFO
International Studies Asian Studies Architectural Studies ** ARCHST (m)
Art (BA) Interdisciplinary Visual Arts*,
Painting & Drawing*
SISA, Canadian Studies SISCA (m),
Community, Environment Medicine
Comparative Religion RELIG (m), European
Studies EURO (m), International Studies** & Planning** CEP Clinical Health Services** (Physician
Art (BFA) Three-dimensional Forum*, Assistant Program/MEDEX Degree Program)
Industrial Design**, Painting and SIS (m), Jewish Studies SISJE (m), Latin Construction Management** CM
American Studies SISLA (m) MEDXD
Drawing*, Photomedia**, Visual
Communication Design** Landscape Architecture** L ARCH (m) Medical Technology** MED T
Law, Societies & Justice** LSJ (m)
Art History* ART H (m) Prosthetics & Orthotics** PR O
Linguistics* LING (m) General Business
Asian Languages & Literature* Linguistics; Romance Linguistics
Business Administration** B A
ASIAN Chinese CHIN (m), Japanese Accounting, Business Administration, Nursing
Mathematics* MATH (m)
JAPAN (m), Korean KOREAN, South Asian Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources Nursing** NURS
Languages SASIAN Microbiology* MICRO (m) Management, Information Systems,
Marketing, Certificate of International
Astronomy* ASTR Music** MUSIC (m) B.A.: B.A. Vocal
Studies in Business
Public Health & Community
or Instrumental Option, Theory or Music Medicine
History Option. Early Music Option
Education Environmental Health** ENV H (m)
Biology* BIOL General Biology; Ecology, Music** MUSAP (m) B.M.: Composition,
Evolution, and Conservation; Molecular, Guitar, Jazz Studies, Music Education, Early Childhood & Family Studies**
Cellular & Developmental Biology; Orchestral Instruments, Organ, Piano, ECFS Social Work
Physiology; Plant Biology Strings, Voice Social Welfare** SOC WF
Chemistry** CHEM (m) Near Eastern Studies NEAR E
Classics CLAS Classical Studies CL ST (m), Languages & Civilization (m); Culture & Aeronautics & Astronautics** A A
Greek GREEK (m), Latin LATIN (m) Civilization; Comparative Islamic Studies
(m); Biblical & Ancient Bioengineering** BIOEN
Communication** COM Journalism Chemical Engineering** CHEM E
Comparative History of Ideas Civil & Environmental Engineering**
CHID (m) Philosophy* PHIL (m)
Comparative Literature* C LIT (m) Physics* PHYS (m)
Computer Engineering** CMP E
Cinema Studies; Literary Studies Political Science* POL S (m)
Electrical Engineering** E E
Computer Science** C SCI Psychology** PSYCH
Human Centered Design &
Dance* DANCE (m) Religious Studies See International Engineering** HCDE For more information about majors and
Digital Arts & Experimental Studies —Comparative Religion optional minors offered by the UW,
Industrial Engineering** IND E
Media** DXARTS visit uw.edu/uaa/gateway/advising/
Romance Languages & Literature
French FRENCH (m), Italian ITAL (m), Materials Science & Engineering majors/majoff.php
Drama* DRAMA (m)** MS E
Spanish* SPAN (m)
Mechanical Engineering** M E
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