Undergraduate admissions

Earn a degree from the Wayne State College of Engineering and gain an edge over your competition. You'll learn the ins and outs of engineering and computer science from an internationally recognized faculty, known for pioneering the future from Midtown Detroit. You'll also be prepared to thrive as a graduate. Our college's five high-impact practices supplement the education our students receive and help them to become more well-rounded engineers and computer scientists.

Transfer students

Transfer students may apply using the normal university deadlines, including taking advantage of walk-in admissions. However, students who are not transferring in Calculus 1 (MAT 2010) with at least a C must leave sufficient time to complete the Math Placement Examination. Students who have not completed this examination will be required to wait to take their technical courses until the following semester or begin the math sequence in MAT 0993.

Visit our Transfer Student Success Center for more information. 

​International students

In 2015, the college enrolled more than 200 international undergraduate students and more than 1,000 international graduate students from 37 countries -- all of whom can seek educational, cultural and social support and assistance from the university's Office of International Students and Scholars as well as language assistance from the English Language Institute, the only intensive English language program in the metropolitan Detroit area.

All international applicants are required to submit a qualifying TOEFL or IELTS score and a WES Evaluation.


Check out our undergraduate admissions FAQs or reach out to one of our Undergraduate advisors.