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University of Washington Course Descriptions

The UW Course Descriptions are updated monthly during the academic year (Last updated August 1, 2013.) All announcements in the General Catalog are subject to change without notice and do not constitute an agreement between the University of Washington - Seattle and the student. Students should assume the responsibility of consulting the appropriate academic unit or adviser for more current or specific information.

For an explanation of the symbols and abbreviations used in the Course Descriptions, select the Glossary link on this page or any of the Course Description pages. The University of Washington - Bothell and University of Washington - Tacoma Course Descriptions are also available online.

Architecture & Urban Planning | Arts & Sciences | Built Environments | Business Administration | Dentistry | Education | Engineering | Environment | The Information School | Interdisciplinary Graduate Program | Interschool & Intercollege Program | Law | Medicine | Nursing | Pharmacy | Public Affairs | Public Health | ROTC | Social Work | Undergrad Interdisciplinary Program |

Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Programs

College of Architecture and Urban Planning (See College of Built Environments)

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Built Environments

School of Business Administration

School of Dentistry

College of Education

College of Engineering

College of the Environment

College of Forest Resources -- See College of the Environment

The Information School

Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs

Interschool or Intercollege Programs

School of Law

School of Medicine

School of Nursing

College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences -- See College of the Environment

School of Pharmacy

Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs

School of Public Health

Reserve Officers Training Corps Programs

Social Work