University in Seattle, Washington

The University of Washington, commonly referred to as simply Washington, UW, or informally U-Dub, is a public flagship research university in Seattle, Washington, United States.

African Studies — See Jackson School of International Studies
American Ethnic Studies
Afro-American Studies (AFRAM)
American Ethnic Studies (AES)
Asian-American Studies (AAS)
Chicano Studies (CHSTU)
Swahili (SWA)
Tagalog (TAGLG)
American Indian Studies (AIS)
Anthropology (ANTH)
Archaeology (ARCHY)
Biocultural Anthropology (BIO A)
Applied Mathematics
Applied Mathematics (AMATH)
Computational Finance and Risk Management (CFRM)
Arctic Studies (ARCTIC)
School of Art
Art (ART)
Art History (ART H)
Design (DESIGN)
Asian Languages and Literature
Asian Languages and Literature (ASIAN)
Bengali (BENG)
Chinese (CHIN)
Hindi (HINDI)
Indian (INDN)
Indonesian (INDO)
Japanese (JAPAN)
Korean (KOREAN)
Sanskrit (SNKRT)
Thai (THAI)
Urdu (URDU)
Vietnamese (VIET)
Astrobiology and Early Evolution (ASTBIO)
Astronomy (ASTR)
Atmospheric Sciences (ATM S) — See College of the Environment
Biology (BIOL)
Botany — See Biology (BIOL)
Canadian Studies — See Jackson School of International Studies
Center for Statistics and Social Sciences (CS SS)
Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology (CSDE)
Center for the Humanities (HUM)
Chemistry (CHEM)
China Studies — See Jackson School of International Studies
Classical Archaeology (CL AR)
Classical Linguistics (CL LI)
Classics (CLAS)
Greek (GREEK)
Latin (LATIN)
Communication (COM)
Comparative History of Ideas (CHID)
Comparative Literature, Cinema, and Media
Cinema and Media Studies (CMS)
Comparative Literature (C LIT)
Comparative Religion — See Jackson School of International Studies
Computer Science (See Computer Science and Engineering)
Dance (DANCE)
Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS)
Disability Studies (DIS ST)
Drama (DRAMA)
Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) — See College of the Environment
Economics (ECON)
English (ENGL)
European Studies — See Jackson School of International Studies
French and Italian Studies
French (FRENCH)
Italian (ITAL)
Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies (GWSS)
General Studies
General Interdisciplinary Studies (GIS)
General Studies (GEN ST)
Individualized Studies (INDIV)
Genetics — See Genome Studies under School of Medicine
Geography (GEOG)
Germanics (GERMAN)
Greek (Modern) — See International Studies (Language) (JSIS C)
Hellenic Studies — See Jackson School of International Studies
Ancient and Medieval History (HSTAM)
Comparative and Transregional History (HSTCMP)
History (HIST)
History of Africa and the Middle East (HSTAFM)
History of Asia (HSTAS)
History of Latin America and the Caribbean (HSTLAC)
History of Modern Europe (HSTEU)
History of North America (United States and Canada) (HSTAA)
History Seminars and Independent Studies (HSTRY)
History and Philosophy of Science (HPS)
Honors — See Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Programs
Humanities (See Center for the Humanities)
Integrated Science (INTSCI)
Integrated Social Sciences (ISS)