The Everett Advantage
Washington State University’s Bachelor of Arts degree in integrated strategic communication teaches principles and skills that will make you a valuable communicator in any business or industry.
With hands-on projects and internships, this highly flexible program gives you all the tools you’ll need to become a professional communicator-and the freedom to focus on what interests you the most. Courses are taught by faculty and professional experts affiliated with the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.
Murrow College brings our nationally recognized undergraduate program to the North Puget Sound region to prepare students to compete globally in the local economy.
About the Program
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication is committed to a skills-based, hands-on undergraduate curriculum that prepares students for professional success. This is consistent with Washington State University’s pursuit of a transformative educational experience for its students. This commitment is reflected in applied coursework, internship opportunities, student mentoring by professionals, an emphasis on international learning opportunities, and our dedicated student services programs.
This program extends WSU Pullman’s highly regarded communication program to Everett. Most courses are taught in person, while others are delivered from WSU Pullman via interactive video and the nationally ranked WSU Global Campus online program.
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Degree Completion Program
The Integrated Strategic Communication program at WSU Everett is designed with transfer students in mind. You can fulfill the general education requirements at any college and complete your bachelor’s degree at WSU Everett.
Designed to integrate with the State of Washington’s Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) Associate of Arts (AA) degree, anyone with an AA+DTA has the potential to qualify for admission. While an associate’s degree is not required, it is highly recommended.