WSU Everett adds Business Administration degree program

Exterior of the WSU Everett building.
Exterior of the WSU Everett building.

WSU Everett is offering a new Business Administration bachelor’s degree program beginning this fall.

Across the WSU system, it’s the most enrolled business program, adding to the Everett campus’ growing collection of programs.

“The bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the WSU Carson College of Business is an incredibly strong tool to propel a student’s career in a diverse set of industries that are growing locally,” WSU Everett Chancellor Paul Pitre said. “Current students have been adapting impressively today so they are prepared for a career now and when we are beyond this pandemic. Today is the day to earn credentials that have proven to increase annual earnings and better protect careers during a recession.”

Students can apply by visiting WSU Everett’s website. All of WSU Everett’s bachelor’s degree programs are designed for transfer students, though students at community colleges or participating in Running Start or College in the High School can dual enroll. Programs are also accessible to people with some college credits but no degree. WSU Everett admissions staff are available to answer questions at 425-405-1600 or by email at

Business Administration will be the campus’ eighth bachelor’s degree program. The others are Data Analytics, Electrical Engineering, Hospitality Business Management, Integrated Strategic Communication, Mechanical Engineering, Organic and Sustainable Agriculture, and Software Engineering.

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