Transfer Student Admissions
If you're an undergraduate student interested in transferring to the School of Business, this page should help to get you on the road to success.
Please contact an advisor if you have additional transfer-related questions.
Transferring from a Community College
You can complete equivalent general education, electives, business foundation and in some cases major and core course requirements at your local community college. As a general rule transfer students may apply a maximum of 64 credit hours toward their degree. This varies with the schools we have an Articulation Agreement with (Macomb Community College and Schoolcraft) in which you may apply a maximum of 82 credits with completion of an approved Associates in Business degree program.
Completion of a MACRAO stamp or Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) is also strongly recommended. You will want to work with advisors at both the school you are transferring from and WSU to ensure you are maximizing your credits and time!
Transfer Credit Equivalency Guides
Click on your school below to download our PDF course equivalency guides.
Other Transfer Credit Equivalencies
For information on Advanced Placement (AP), College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) tests, check the Transfer Credit Evaluation tests page.
Applying as a Transfer
From other colleges or universities:
A minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA and at least 24 transferrable credits from a previous college or university is required for admission into Wayne State University.
- Complete the appropriate undergraduate application.
- International Students: Submit your non-refundable $50 application fee in the form of check, money order or credit card. (Discover, MasterCard, Visa or American Express)
- Request all official transcripts from previous colleges or universities be mailed to university admissions.
- Check the status of your application here.
Within Wayne State:
Complete a business school application and submit it to the school. No other steps are required.