The following information summarizes admission information for the Bachelor of Technology in Applied Design program. See the BTAD Departmant page for detailed information about curriculum and application instructions.
The admissions process for the 2014-2015 BTAD program concluded with the August 11, 2014 deadline. Please check this site for future updates regarding the application process.
Application Requirements Summary
Earned AAS in design related discipline
Completion of 4 application specified General Education courses with minimum 2.0 GPA
Minimum cumulative GPA across all college coursework of 2.0
Two letters of recommendation
$50 application fee
BTAD On-Campus Information Sessions
These helpful sessions present a more detailed overview of the BTAD program, curriculum and philosophy. Sessions are offered on the Kirkland campus at 4:30 for Q & A and 5:00 p.m. for Info. Session in West Building, Room W406. The Winter quarter information sessions will be on January 14th, March 11th. No RSVP is needed. Attending an information session is strongly recommended before applying to this program.
The Bachelor of Technology in Applied Design program will educate, train and develop successful supervisors and project managers to utilize technology and create competitive advantages for their business enterprises. The Applied Design Core will stress the process of design, managing creativity, design technology, project management, entrepreneurship and ethical issues. The objective is to prepare graduates to function as lead designers or project managers of creative and technical personnel.