Washington State's Physical Science transfer program prepares you to transfer into fields such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, astronomy, meteorology, environmental science, chemistry and physics. We build mathematical, science, analytical and communication skills.
Graduates of the physical science transfer program will be able to:
- Transfer to an accredited college or university with junior status.
- Demonstrate basic competency in a science field through Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics courses.
- Demonstrate an ability to solve problems, think critically, and communicate effectively in both written and oral forms.
- Effectively use various types of technology related to science. The technology may include, but is not limited to: Mathematica, graphing calculators, computer, Microsoft Excel, graphics analysis, and word processing programs.
- Evaluate and interpret results of experiments, calculations, and technological devices.
Course listings with descriptions of each class may be found in the Washington State Community College Catalog.
Additional courses may be needed to meet the 57 Transfer Module credit hour minimum. When selecting electives at Washington State, students should plan for the foreign language requirements of the baccalaureate programs they intend to complete. For more information about transfer, click here.