Community College Transfer Plans

The below transfer guides were designed for students currently enrolled in community college, or those planning on starting their first half of their bachelor's degree in an ET program at community college.

The guides were developed for individual community college current course offerings. Because of the ever-changing curricula at different institutions, we have only posted transfer guides from the schools that most frequently transfer into our division.

Select your institution from this table:

Henry Ford Community College

HFCC_CMT

HFCC_CT

HFCC_EET

HFCC_EMT

HFCC_ETT

HFCC_MCT

Macomb Community College

MCC_CMT

MCC_CT

MCC_EET

MCC_EMT

MCC_ETT

MCC_MCT

Oakland Community College

OCC_CMT

OCC_CT

OCC_EET

OCC_EMT

OCC_ETT

OCC_MCT

Wayne County Community College

WCCC CMT

WCCC CT

WCCC EET

WCCC EMT

WCCC ETT

WCCC MCT

Schoolcraft College

SCC_CMT

SCC_CT

SCC_EET

SCC_EMT

SCC_ETT

SCC_MCT

Grand Rapids Community College

GRCC_CMT

GRCC_CT

GRCC_EET

GRCC_EMT

GRCC_ETT

GRCC_MCT

Washtenaw Community College

WCC_CMT

WCC_CT

WCC_EET

WCC_EMT

WCC_ETT

WCC_MCT

Monroe Community College

MonroeCC_CMT

MonroeCC_CT

MonroeCC_EET

MonroeCC_EMT

MonroeCC_ETT

MonroeCC_MCT

St. Clair County Community College

SC4_CMT

SC4_CT

SC4_EET

SC4_EMT

SC4_ETT

SC4_MCT

MOTT Community College

MOTT EET

MOTT_CT

MOTT_ETT

MOTT_MCT

Students from unlisted institutions are welcome to contact the ET advisor for a customized transfer plan.

Students who have already completed an associate's degree in applied science or comparable course work should also contact us for an unofficial assessment of credits, to give you a better idea of where you would fall into one of the ET programs.

Transfer Guide directions:   

A transfer guide is a list of classes that will transfer to Wayne State's Division of Engineering Technology for a certain program or major. Each one corresponds to a particular program and community college. Each one is geared to help students maximize their transfer credits. 

How to use a Transfer Guide: 

When starting out it is best to get help from the ET advisor or a helpful advisor at your community college. For best results it is important to start using a transfer guide as soon as possible.

  • There are two sides to table on the guide—One half is WSU courses, and the other contains classes at your college.
  • Use this list to pick your classes.
  • Record your classes as you take them.
  • Technical Electives—depending on your program the number of credits needed for your technical electives will vary. These classes are important to take at community college because they do not have a WSU equivalent. Use the area at the bottom of the page to record your technical electives.
  • General Education—depending on your program, the amount of general education classes you will need to take will vary. Follow the directions at the bottom of the page to find general education classes.
  • Bring your transfer guide to any and all advising meetings until you are officially a WSU Student.

Remember, in order to transfer and use a class in your plan of study, you must meet the transfer requirements of WSU. All transfer courses used for graduation must carry a “C” grade or better.

Transfer guides were designed to make things easier for transfer students. Call the ET advisor today for more help and directions.

Visit the transfer credit website at transfercredit.wayne.edu for more information.