Wayne State University Transfer Agreementsadmin
If you have been to a Community College that does not have a formal agreement with the WSU, you can still request that the WSU transcript be sent to your Community College (usually admissions or registrar) to evaluate it in the event of a reverse transfer. While this process does not guarantee the conclusion of your staff, we advise you to do so to see if your Community College will grant your degree. The additional course mentioned above is no longer required. Students who move to the WSU in the fall of 2018 and beyond with MTA will have met all of Wayne State`s general education requirements. Note to consultants: If you see changes/updates to be made on a specific transfer plan, please contact Melissa Jimenez (email@example.com). The reverse transfer allows WSU transfer students to donate credits to a community college from which they were transferred for an associate degree. The WSU strongly recommends that all transfer students meet the general educational requirements of the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) before moving to the WSU. Each Community College has its own list of courses approved by MTA, so please read the list of courses approved by your community college for the MTA. If you don`t have MTA or MACRAO support, you can transfer any course in the WSU Gen Ed category here: Michigan Community College General Education Tables.
In order to facilitate the processing of outgoing MTAs (Wayne State-owned materials to be to an outside organization) and incoming MTAs (materials belonging to an external organization transferred to Wayne State), Technology Commercialization and Sponsored Program Administration have defined the following procedures: Wayne State has signed formal transfer agreements with the following community colleges: Through our agreements with these participating community colleges, we will regularly evaluate your files. If you have met certain requirements, we will ask you to submit the Transcript reverse transfer application form in order to send your WSU transcript to your Community College, especially for reverse transfer. The transfer plans put in place specific courses that can be followed by community university students, which can be taken into account in general education and the specific needs of programs at Wayne State University. Please note that transfer plans differ from articulation agreements because the transfer of the mentioned courses is not guaranteed and is not changed. Please look at it for a reference. Your Community College will provide detailed information, including approved courses, to complete the MTA. We advise you to check our transfer plans and consult with your advisor to meet the MTA requirements and ask your Community College to check your registration to add MTA confirmation to your transcript. We are glad you have taken steps to become a warrior! Wayne State University (WSU) is committed to facilitating your transition to campus. We look forward to showing you all that WSU has to offer to achieve your academic goals. Please take some time to research your course options in advance.
Use our course equivalency tool and check transfer plans to determine how your courses are transferred to WSU. For individual services or admission questions, please contact the Transfer Student Success Center. General education is a priority for transfer students. These are courses in addition to courses within your main field that are needed to ensure basic skills and comprehensive training. The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) should facilitate the transfer of general educational requirements from one institution to another.