WACSE is a council of community colleges, baccalaureate institutions and partners with the Mission of improving Computer Science/Engineering,
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The following documents are provided as a historical record of decisions and plans:
- Transfer Guide (Last update 11/1/19)
CS MRP Proposal
Junior-Ready Requirements by Institution
2018 November 16 - WACSE Status Presentation at WCERTE
Presentation made to WCERTE outlining opportunities to improve Junior-Ready Transfer in Computer Science, Computer Engineering & Electrical Engineering which led to creation of WACSE.
2016 - Computer Science DTA Approved at SBCTC
Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) developed for Computer Science at Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges (SBCTC). It is based on Associate of Arts degree and does not allow for Math, Phys and CS credits required to be Junior-Ready.
2008 - Engineering MRP Approved at SBCTC
Major Ready Pathways (MRPs) developed for engineering disciplines at Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges (SBCTC). Computer and Electrical Engineering MRP is incomplete and needs more work. Mechanical Engineering is better developed under OTRE, and would be a good example for getting students Junior-Ready.
Statewide Tranfer Orgnizations
Roles and Responsibilities of organizations in the state of washington working on improving transfer from community and technical colleges to Baccalaureate institutions.
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