- Awards credit for life experiences
- A worldwide alumni network
- Free online tutoring
- Awards credit for military training
- Access to webinars and live-streamed events
Washington State University (WSU), a public, land-grant university founded in 1890, is among the largest institutions of higher education in the state with about 30,000 students enrolled. The university has its main campus in Pullman, WA, and three campuses across the state. WSU launched its online Global Campus and WSU Online in 2012. The Global Campus helps students receive a well-rounded education. Through engaging webinars and live-streamed events, WSU Global Campus brings extracurricular experiences to online students. Online students have access to dozens of undergraduate, graduate and certificate program options.
Washington State University Online Degrees
Washington State University Accreditation, Approvals, Tuition & Admissions Info
Washington State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Undergraduate tuition — $549.11 to $988.40 in state / $1362 to $2451.60 out of state
Graduate tuition — $494 in state / $1,226 out of state
Admissions and Transfer Info
Washington State University admission prerequisites and application requirements vary by program.
Freshman applicants must submit official high school transcripts and SAT or ACT scores.
Applicants who are older than 25 also must a resume and a brief essay. They also can submit college transcripts, if applicable. Homeschooled graduates must submit official ACT/SAT scores and an academic resume or an official transcript from the GED exam.
Transfer students must submit official high school and college transcripts. If they have less than a full year of college credit to transfer, they also should send their SAT/ACT scores.
Requirements differ for international students. An international freshman must have completed at least 12 years of school, culminating in an external exam or secondary certificate, and have earned at least a 2.7 grade point average. To be admitted as an international transfer student, applicants must have at least 27 semester credits at an accredited post-secondary school and have earned at least a 2.5 grade point average.
Graduate school admissions are decided by the Dean of the Graduate School and the prospective department or college.
Graduate school applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
Those applying for graduate admissions must submit college transcripts, letters of recommendation and GRE/GMAT scores, if required by the department. International students must submit proof of English proficiency, such as TOEFL scores.
- Accreditation: Regional (Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities)
- Region: Northwest
- Retention Rate: 79%
- Requires SAT or ACT: SAT or ACT
- Public/Private: Public Nonprofit
- Acceptance Rate: 72%
- Graduation Rate: 67%
- Cost Per Credit (In-State/Out-of-State): Undergrad: $549.11 to $988.40 / $1362 to $2451.60
Grad: $494 / $1,226
- Address: French Administration Building, Pullman, WA 99164 USA
- Student population: 30,000
- Student-to-faculty ratio: 15 to 1
- Percentage receiving grant or scholarship aid: 83%
Online Degrees at Washington State University
Liberal Arts & Humanities
American Indian Studies
Business & Management
Hospitality Business Management
Integrated Strategic Communication
Computers & Technology
Management Information Systems
Criminal Justice & Legal
Psychology & Counseling
Professional Science and Technology Writing Certificate
Plant Health Management
Electric Power Engineering PSM
Engineering & Technology Management (METM)
Engineering & Technology Management
Education & Teaching
Early Childhood Education