Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWIT)
TRiO Transfer VOLUME 1, ISSUE 6
Dates To Remember August 1, 2011 BTAD application due September 9, 2011 SAT deadline for October 1, 2011 December 30, 2011 Spring quarter 2012 BABS admission priority deadline for SCCC
BSN application status
RN-BSN UW Bothell is full for summer and fall 2011 RN-BSN Everett is still accepting applications for fall 2011
If you are interested in transferring to a 4-year college or university, contact Tien Do at 425-739-8249
Transfer your 120 credits in Social and Human Services from LWIT to SCCC. Once transferred, you will only need to complete 60 total credits to get a BABS degree
Transfer your SHSV AAS degree directly to a Bachelor’s program Seattle Central Community College (SCCC) Students completing a Social and Human Services (SHSV) AAS degree (120 credits) at Lake Washington Institute of Technology can transfer directly to SCCC for a Bachelor of Applied Behavioral Science (BABS) degree and enter the college as a junior.
Students interested in transferring must meet the following requirements: Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 Completed SHSV AAS degree Completed application for admission Official transcripts from all
colleges and universities attended Admission essay Personal and BABS resume that includes student’s most significant and recent social and human services experience Two letters of recommendation All other application materials, including receipt of payment for the non-refundable application fee
The BABS degree at SCCC is designed specifically for students in SHSV, chemical dependency, child and family studies and interpreter training to earn a bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science. Once accepted to the BABS program, If you would like more information students may be able to complete the about the BABS program, contact Tien bachelor’s degree within one academic at 425-739-8249. year.
BABS FAQs 1. Is financial aid available? Yes. You can apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov/
3. Where and when will classes be held? The BABS classes will be held in the evenings at SCCC on Capitol Hill in Seattle.
2. What are the prerequisites for this 4. How many credits does this degree degree? require and when are classes offered? Students must complete an AAS in This degree requires 180 credits; up to SHSV, chemical dependency, child and 120 credits can be transferred from the family studies or interpreter training. In SHSV degree at LWIT. Students will addition, applicants must have take 60 credits of upper division completed an equivalent to ENGL&101, Applied Behavioral Science classes. All ENGL&102, and SHSV100 classes are offered in the evenings. (Introduction to Human Services).
Attend a transfer workshop and get a transfer portfolio
Types of Degrees and Certificates Offered at LWIT Bachelor of Technology in Applied Design (BTAD) The BTAD (4-year) degree is awarded for completion of at least 90 credits of appropriate 300 and 400 level coursework. An applied associate degree (AAS or equivalent) in a design-related field with the required distribution of academic core coursework in written communication, quantitative reasoning, social science, and humanities is a prerequisite for program admission. DTA/MRP Associate of Science The DTA/MRP Associate of Science degree is a 2-year transfer degree for students wishing to pursue a bachelor’s degree at a four year institution. Completing this degree prepares students to transfer with junior status to a participating college or university. Degrees available are: Pre-Nursing, Business, and Technology. The DTA/MRP degree must contain a
minimum of 20 credits of academic core courses, including 5 credits of each in English, math, social science, and humanities.
Associate of Applied Science Degree AAS degrees prepare students for employment through development of technical skills and instruction in occupational fields such as welding, automotive, diesel, and more. An AAS degree must contain a minimum of 90 credits and a maximum of 120 credits. The number of credits required varies with each program. Certificate of Proficiency A Certificate of Proficiency is issued to students completing a program of specialized occupational training of 45 credits or more. The number of credits varies with each program. Certificate of Completion A Certificate of Completion is issued to students who satisfactorily complete the competencies and requirements for programs of less than 45 credits. If you need more information about the degrees and certificate programs that LWIT offers, contact your TRiO Transfer Advisor.
The enclosed materials were compiled through a grant from the US Department of Education. However, the contents have not been reviewed by the Department and no endorsement should be inferred. The Lake Washington Institute of Technology Student Support TRIO Projects are 100% federally funded annually at $458,270.00.
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