post-bachelor student

Post-bachelor is an undergraduate status for students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree and want to take classes without using the credits toward a degree. This admission status is not for students who want to pursue a second bachelor’s degree or who intend to pursue a post-bachelor certificate program in accounting, computer science, dietetics or forensic investigation.

Admission requirements

To gain post-bachelor admission status, you must have graduated from either an undergraduate or graduate degree program. There is no minimum GPA requirement.

Paying for college

Wayne State’s tuition rates are calculated based on the number of credit hours you take each semester.

  • At the undergraduate level, taking 12 credit hours makes you a full-time student; taking six credit hours results in part-time status.
  • Estimate your costs using the WSU tuition and fee calculator.