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  • College of Engineering: Henry K. Benson Endowed Scholarship in Chemical Engineering | UW Foundation
    Endowed Scholarship in Chemical Engineering A President s Club story of impact Professor Henry K Benson Father of Chemical Engineering at the UW When Professor Henry K Benson came to the University of Washington in 1904 he was asked to develop courses in physical and industrial chemistry His work including the chemistry of soil and the potential use of regional resources spurred the creation of the Department of Chemical Engineering Benson served as chair for 27 years and became known as the Father of Chemical Engineering The building that houses the department bears his name After his death in 1954 his wife and children honored his legacy by establishing the Henry K Benson Endowed Scholarship in Chemical Engineering Since its inception the Benson scholarship has provided support for over 175 undergraduate students in chemical engineering As Margaret Liu 12 one 2011 recipient tackled her introductory coursework at UW she quickly realized that chemical engineering was where she wanted to make her mark The generosity of the Benson family has prepared Margaret for whatever challenges come her way The gift of this scholarship has helped me to grow and succeed It has allowed me in my final year at the UW to throw myself wholeheartedly into everything that I am and enjoy in life Back to the President s Club homepage Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Foundation About FAQs For Foundation Board members For professional advisers Chairs Corner archive Report to Contributors Update your contact information How to give Ways of giving overview Alumni and friends Corporations and foundations Faculty staff retirees Parents Students Annual support Endowments Gifts in kind Planned Giving Real estate gifts Securities Special programs Gates Volunteer Service Award Husky license plates Husky Promise Senior Class Gift Student Calling Program Student Philanthropy

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  • Marine Biology
    Arctic Undergraduate Program Minor 503 Thomson Box 353650 206 221 6374 nfabbi uw edu Minor Requirements Minimum 28 credits Foundation Coursework 9 credits ARCTIC 200 OCEAN 235 ARCTIC 401 Integrative Experience 3 credits ARCTIC 400 Electives minimum 16 credits see adviser for approved list Minimum two courses from the approved social sciences list Minimum two courses from the approved sciences list Minimum one course with North Star designation may be

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/students/gencat/academic/arctic.html (2014-06-24)
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  • Honors
    Students who do not participate in or complete the Honors Core Curriculum but are admitted into and complete the Honors Program in their chosen major will receive a degree With Honors in Name of Major By special arrangement it mayis be possible for students to complete a degree With College Honors in departments schools or programs that do not offer a formal Departmental Honors option as well as Departmental Honors by itself Core Curriculum 47 credits as follows HONORS 100 1 credit One Honors social science course HONORS 230 series or Honors I S course 5 credits One Honors arts humanities course HONORS 210 HONORS 240 series or Honors VLPA course 5 credits One Honors interdisciplinary course HONORS 390 series or Honors course coded with two or three Areas of Knowledge designations VLPA I S NW 5 credits Three Honors science courses HONORS 220 series or other 4 or 5 credit Honors NW courses Some colleges or departments may have restrictions For more information see the Honors Program website 12 15 credits This requirement cannot be completed by courses with multiple Areas of Knowledge designations Some colleges or departments may have restrictions For information see the Honors Program Web site 15 credits Combination of any three 4 or 5 credit Honors VLPA I S NW courses and HONORS prefix courses Some colleges or departments may have restrictions For more information see the Honors Program website with no limitation on number of Areas of Knowledge designations 12 15 credits Some colleges or departments may have restrictions For information see the Honors Program Web site 15 credits HONORS 496 1 credit At least 15 credits of courses with the HONORS prefix excluding HONORS 100 and HONORS 496 In at least one major in which the student is pursuing Interdisciplinary or College Honors

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/students/gencat/academic/honors.html (2014-06-24)
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  • Integrated Sciences
    sequences MATH 124 and MATH 125 either MATH 126 or STAT 311 MATH 134 and MATH 135 MATH 136 Q SCI 291 and Q SCI 292 Q SCI 381 only for students pursing Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and Environmental Science and Terrestrial Resource Management disciplinary tracks recommended for those tracks Physics one of the following sequences PHYS 114 PHYS 117 and PHYS 115 PHYS 118 PHYS 116 PHYS 119 PHYS 121 and PHYS 122 PHYS 123 PHYS 210 and PHYS 211 PHYS 212 Note The 10 credit Honors general chemistry sequence CHEM 145 and CHEM 155 and the Honors accelerated calculus sequence MATH 134 and MATH 135 may be substituted for the 15 credit non Honors sequences Disciplinary Tracks 18 20 credits including a minimum two courses taken in residence at the UW and a minimum cumulative 2 00 GPA Aquatic and Fishery Sciences minimum 18 credits 18 credits from FISH 310 FISH 311 FISH 312 FISH 323 FISH 324 FISH 330 and FISH 473 Laboratory classes may be taken with permission of adviser Astronomy minimum 18 credits ASTR 321 ASTR 322 ASTR 323 minimum 9 credits from approved astronomy and physics courses Atmospheric Sciences minimum 18 credits ATM S 301 minimum 13 credits from ATM S 321 ATM S 340 ATM S 341 ATM S 358 ATM S 370 AND ATM S 431 Biology minimum 18 credits Two courses from BIOL 350 BIOL 354 BIOL 355 and BIOL 356 minimum 12 credits of approved upper division biology course Chemistry minimum 19 20 credits Either CHEM 237 CHEM 238 and CHEM 239 or CHEM 355 CHEM 336 and CHEM 337 minimum 8 9 credits from CHEM 165 or CHEM 312 CHEM 241 or CHEM 346 CHEM 242 or CHEM 347 CHEM 436 CHEM 452 CHEM 453 CHEM 456 BIOC 405

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/students/gencat/academic/intsci.html (2014-06-24)
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  • Paleobiology
    follows BIOL 354 Electives Two from the paleobiology core content area and one from each of the three other content areas selected from a list of approved courses available on the paleobiology website BIOL 483 Integrative experience in paleobiology Minimum 3 credits from one of BIOL 475 or BIOL 499 ESS 499 or BIO A 499 at the discretion of the instructor Remaining credits from any of the above or

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/students/gencat/academic/paleobiology.html (2014-06-24)
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  • Values in Society -- UW General Catalog
    analysis of values and frameworks are central at least one at the 300 level or above See list at www phil washington edu POV List A Courses html Two courses from an approved list in which values laden issues are central at least one at the 300 level or above See list at www phil washington edu POV List B Courses html VALUES 495 2 credit capstone Minimum 15 credits

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  • Applied and Computational Mathematical Sciences
    BIOL 101 and BIOL 102 or BIOL 180 and BIOL 200 MATH 324 AMATH 353 AMATH 422 AMATH 423 and option electives 20 credits outside area 12 credits or double major double degree see adviser for options and 8 credits of approved courses at the 300 level or above chosen from the four participating departments Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms Option 47 credits to include option core and option electives Option core 33 credits for non Computer Science and Engineering majors PHYS 121 PHYS 122 PHYS 123 MATH 300 MATH 394 STAT 394 CSE 373 CSE 417 and two of CSE 374 CSE 410 CSE 413 CSE 415 9 credits for Computer Science Computer Science and Engineering double major double degree MATH 394 STAT 394 CSE 421 CSE 431 Option electives 14 credits for non Computer Science and Engineering majors 23 credits for Computer Science Computer Science and Engineering double majors to include 9 credits from MATH 407 MATH 408 MATH 409 MATH 461 MATH 462 or one of AMATH 481 AMATH 482 or AMATH 483 Remaining 15 credits from approved courses at the 300 level or above from the four participating departments Engineering and Physical Sciences Option 47 credits to include option core 30 credits PHYS 121 PHYS 122 PHYS 123 MATH 324 AMATH 401 AMATH 402 AMATH 403 and option electives 17 credits outside area 11 credits or double major double degree see adviser for options and 6 credits of approved courses at the 300 level or above chosen from the four participating departments Mathematical Economics Option 47 credits to include option core and electives Option core 27 credits PHYS 121 PHYS 122 PHYS 123 or ECON 200 ECON 201 ECON 300 MATH 300 MATH 327 MATH 407 and at least one of the following MATH 408 STAT 423 Option electives Either 1 or 2 below 1 20 credits including at least 15 credits from ECON 301 ECON 400 ECON 401 ECON 404 ECON 421 ECON 422 ECON 424 ECON 426 ECON 435 ECON 472 ECON 482 ECON 483 ECON 485 ECON 486 at least 5 additional credits at the 300 level or above from the four participating departments or from the department of Economics taken from ECON courses listed above 2 Complete a double major with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics Operations Research Option 47 credits to include option core and electives Option core 30 credits PHYS 121 PHYS 122 PHYS 123 MATH 300 MATH 394 STAT 394 MATH 395 STAT 395 and at least two of the following MATH 407 MATH 408 MATH 409 Option electives Either 1 or 2 below 1 17 credits including at least 6 credits from MATH 491 STAT 491 MATH 492 STAT 492 STAT 421 STAT 423 at least 8 credits from OPMGT 301 OPMGT 402 OPMGT 443 OPMGT 450 OPMGT 490 QMETH 450 QMETH 490 IND E 321 IND E 337 IND E 410 IND E 412 IND E 424 IND E 426 IND E 430 IND E 433

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  • Art
    credits of ART 361 Photomedia 80 credits 55 credits ART 140 or adviser approved course ART 240 ART 241 ART 340 15 credits ART 361 ART 440 15 credits 10 credits ART and DXARTS courses 15 credits ART H ANTH 209 DXARTS 200 Three Dimensional Forum 80 credits ART 272 5 credits 25 credits from one of the following tracks Ceramics ART 201 one from ART 202 ART 232 ART 233 or ART 273 ART 353 15 credits or ART 353 10 credits and either ART 332 or ART 333 Glass ART 233 one from ART 201 ART 202 ART 232 or ART 273 ART 333 15 credits or ART 333 10 credits and either ART 332 or ART 353 Sculpture ART 273 one from ART 201 ART 202 ART 232 or ART 233 ART 332 15 credits or ART 332 10 credits and ART 333 or ART 353 15 credits of ART electives 15 credits ART H or ART 361 20 credits of ART 453 Bachelor of Design Department Admission Requirements The minimum GPA for admission to School of Art Bachelor of Design programs is 3 00 For currently enrolled students Admission to Industrial Design Interaction Design and Visual Communication Design Students must complete DESIGN 166 Students receiving a minimum grade of 3 7 or higher in DESIGN 166 are admitted into the design program Students who do not receive a minimum grade of 3 7 can apply to the design program via the design workshop in June For details on the design workshiop see the department website art washington edu For transfer students Admission to Industrial Design Interaction Design and Visual Communication Design Students must complete DESIGN 166 see admission requirements for currently enrolled students or the equivalent of DESIGN 166 at their previous school apply for admisson to the UW and attend the design workshop in June It is highly recommended that transfer students meet with a School of Art adviser prior to applying to the UW to discuss the design workhshop and selection process See program guides at department website for specific information art washington edu Admission Policy for Postbaccalaureate Applicants Postbaccalaureate study in studio art is limited admission requirements vary within each major See information concerning specific postbaccalaureate admissions online at department website art washington edu Major Requirements 93 98 credits as follows Industrial Design 93 credits 5 credits prerequisite DESIGN 166 Successful completion of design admission selection process 33 credits DESIGN 207 DESIGN 208 DESIGN 209 DESIGN 210 DESIGN 211 DESIGN 212 DESIGN 488 10 credits of art history 30 credits DESIGN 316 DESIGN 317 DESIGN 318 DESIGN 321 DESIGN 322 DESIGN 323 15 credits DESIGN 445 DESIGN 446 DESIGN 447 Interaction Design 93 credits 5 credits prerequisite DESIGN 166 Successful completion of design admission selection process 33 credits DESIGN 207 DESIGN 208 DESIGN 209 DESIGN 210 DESIGN 211 DESIGN 212 DESIGN 488 10 credits of art history 30 credits DESIGN 381 DESIGN 383 DESIGN 384 DESIGN 385 DESIGN 386 DESIGN 387 15 credits

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