MiTransfer Pathways - Associate to Bachelor Degree Pathways

Wayne State University is proud to participate in the MiTransfer Pathways while continuing our support of Michigan transfer students.  Students from Michigan community colleges can select one of the following MiTransfer Pathways to seamlessly pursue a Wayne State University bachelor degree. 

The MiTransfer Pathways are designed around common courses that will satisfy both associate and bachelor degree requirements, and build upon the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements which satisfies all of Wayne State General Education requirements.  More information about the MTA is available online at the Michigan Transfer Network

  • MiTransfer Pathways – Business Administration

    Students following the MiTransfer Business Pathway can seamlessly pursue a Wayne State University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in the following:

    • Accounting
    • Finance
    • Global Supply Chain Management
    • Information Systems Management
    • Management
    • Marketing

    The MiTransfer Business Pathways common courses in business are:

    • Microeconomics (ECO 2010 - approved course)
    • Macroeconomics (ECO 2020 - approved course)
    • Financial Accounting (ACC 3010 - approved course)
    • Managerial Accounting (ACC 3020 - approved course)
    • Business Law (BLW 2510 - approved course)

    Additional transfer course options can be found within our individual community college Transfer Plans for each Michigan community college.  All students should consult a business academic advisor for academic advising to create a personalized academic plan, register for classes, and learn more about student success resources.   

    Additional Mike Ilitch School of Business resources:

  • MiTransfer Pathways – Criminal Justice

    Students following the MiTransfer Criminal Justice Pathway can seamlessly pursue a Wayne State University Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. The program offers students a comprehensive education by providing a fundamental understanding of crime causation and the criminal justice system, together with the skills and knowledge useful in pursuing professional careers.

    The MiTransfer Criminal Justice Pathways common courses in criminal justice are:

    • Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRJ 1010 - approved course)
    • Introduction to Corrections (CRJ 3350 - approved course)
    • Introduction to Psychology (PSY 1020 - approved course)
    • Introduction to Sociology (SOC 1010 - approved course)

    Students following the criminal justice pathway are also encouraged to complete a two-course sequence in foreign Language as required by the College of Liberal Arts and Science Group Requirements.

    Additional transfer course options can be found within our individual community college Transfer Plans for each Michigan community college.  All students should consult a criminal justice academic advisor for academic advising to create a personalized academic plan, register for classes, and learn more about student success resources.  

    Additional criminal justice resources:

  • MiTransfer Pathways – Psychology

    Students following the MiTransfer Psychology Pathway can seamlessly pursue a Wayne State University Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Through psychology you will learn how we perceive the world, how we learn and think, how our emotions and motives influence our behavior, how personality develops, what factors affect social relations, and applications of psychology to such practical situations as education, family life, group relations, advertising, business, industry and government.

    The MiTransfer Psychology Pathways common courses in psychology are:

    • Introduction to Psychology (PSY 1020 - approved course)
    • Abnormal Psychology (PSY 3310 - approved course)
    • Developmental Psychology (PSY 2400 - approved course)
    • Social Psychology (PSY 2600 - approved course)

    Students following the psychology pathway are also encouraged to complete a two-course sequence in foreign Language as required by the College of Liberal Arts and Science Group Requirements.

    Additional transfer course options can be found within our individual community college Transfer Plans for each Michigan community college.  All students should consult a psychology academic advisor for academic advising to create a personalized academic plan, register for classes, and learn more about student success resources.  

    For more information about psychology at WSU, visit their department website