If a career in medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry or zoology is in your future, then Washington State's General Sciences Transfer might be the right option for you. This program meets the Transfer Module requirements for transfer to any Ohio state college or university.
The general sciences transfer program is designed to provide preparation to transfer to four-year college or university in order to be able to pursue a baccalaureate degree in a science or science-related field.
Graduates of the program will be able to:
- Transfer to an accredited college or university with junior status.
- Propose, consider, analyze, and evaluate alternative explanation to scientific phenomena.
- Conduct scientific investigations, formulate questions, design approaches that incorporate appropriate variables and controls, implement solutions, collect and record qualitative and quantitative data, and communicate the results.
- Know and apply the concepts, principles, and processes of technological design.
Course listings with descriptions of each class may be found in the Washington State Community College Catalog.
Additional courses may be needed to meet 57 Transfer Module credit hour minimum. When selecting electives at Washington State, students should plan for the foreign language requirements of the baccalaureate program they intend to complete. For more transfer information, click here.
The general sciences transfer program curriculum leads to the Associate of Science degree and meets the Transfer Module requirements for transfer to Ohio state colleges and universities. This program provides the foundation courses needed to transfer into a four-year program in science and science-related fields such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, astronomy, meteorology, and environmental science.
Contact to learn more:
740.374.8716, ext. 2124