Most transfer cohort courses meet Bachelor Degree requirements that are not cleared
with an Associate Degree, such as the International Requirement (IR) or upper division
Communication & Writing (CW) requirement.
Business Scholars Transfer Program
Department of Writing & Rhetoric Studies
- No matter what your major or career goals, writing will be important to your success.
The Department of Writing & Rhetoric Studies (WRS) is here to help you become an effective
and flexible writer in your U classes and beyond.
- Write4U (Writing 3020): For students in all majors, fulfills upper division Communication & Writing (CW)
and Humanities Exploration (HF) requirements.
- Writing Studies Scholars: For students in Writing and Rhetoric Studies, $2,000 scholarship,
tuition-free bridge course, optional tuition-free study groups, paid professional
Medusa and manifestos: identity protest in the information age (gndr 3100)
- Course fulfills Upper Division Communication & Writing (CW) requirement
- Tuesdays & Thursdays from 10:45am-12:05pm
- Course Description:
"...We will grapple with the ways that socio-historical context and power have an
impact on our work, and on our ability to even imagine possible ways to do our work.
We will consider the past and present work of feminist and queer movements - how is
it that past efforts have allowed us to do the work we are currently doing, how are
we still insufficient, and how can we do better?"
- Earn an Honors degree, gain research experience in your field, and be a part of the
Honors Transfer Student Learning Community.
- Honors College students also have additional scholarship and leadership opportunities
available to them.
- Incoming transfer students can apply through the U of U Undergraduate Admissions Application
or current students can use the current student application.
Borders and Migration (Ethnic Studies 3790)
- The Borders and Migration course was designed to support and help transfer students acclimate to the University
- For students in all majors, fulfills upper division International Requirement (IR)
Course Description: "In this course, we will explore the ways in which borders are constructed, imposed,
and policed in relation to profit, resources, and power...We will examine the ways
in which migrants themselves bring attention to the economic and political processes
which displace them, while at the same time advocating for the right to freedom of