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New WSU degree leads the way in data analytics
November 22, 2016

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University is one of two research universities in the country offering a bachelor’s degree focused on data analysis and application, after recently receiving accreditation for the unique interdisciplinary degree.

WSU Spokane, SFCC facilitate smooth transition for transfers
March 10, 2006

A recent agreement between WSU Spokane and Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) will provide a smooth transfer process and an efficient pathway to graduation for students pursuing a bachelor of science in informatics (BSI) degree at WSU.The articulation agreement establishes a means for SFCC students to certify into the program prior to their transfer to WSU Spokane. Certification is based on performance in designated courses, overall grade point average and required advising sessions with a BSI faculty member. Upon certification, students take the necessary junior and senior level classes at WSU Spokane to complete their coursework. Not only will the agreement make the transition easier, … » More …

Informatics bachelor’s degree approved for WSU Spokane
September 28, 2005

SPOKANE — Washington State University has received approval from the state Higher Education Coordinating Board for a bachelor of science degree in informatics, with all upper-division course work offered at the Spokane campus.WSU Spokane will begin accepting students into the new program spring semester 2006, and is currently advising students completing prerequisite course work at the Pullman campus and at area community colleges.The informatics degree combines principles of business, computer science and decision science. The interdisciplinary program focuses on information science and its role in effective business decision-making, with practical experience and coursework in economics, marketing, finance, statistics,  database management systems and data warehousing, optimization, … » More …