WWU, BTC create transfer agreement for fisheries program


BELLINGHAM - Students in Bellingham Technical College's fisheries and aquaculture sciences program will have a more seamless transition to Western Washington University, as the schools have announced a transfer agreement.

BTC students can earn an associate in applied science transfer degree in fisheries and aquatic science and transfer to WWU's Huxley College of the Environment to pursue a bachelor's degree in environmental studies or geography.

The agreement describes exactly which BTC courses will transfer to WWU and allows students to start at WWU as juniors.

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