To help you get ahead of your graduation, we`ll consider the college courses you completed in high school for transfer credits. If you have taken university courses on a university campus or high school under sponsorship, check out our standard transfer criteria to the New York Tech Catalog and see if your classes are covered by our guidelines. All two-year transferable diplomas and all four-year diplomas require a general course. It is important to choose the appropriate courses to meet the educational requirements, while you choose courses that are not required at the WCC, but that meet the requirements of the program you wish to take at the four-year university. Below is a list of WCC courses generally accepted at most four-year colleges and universities in Virginia, which meet some of their general education requirements at a lower level. Students must acquire a C degree or better in each course to obtain transfer credits. We often visit Washtenaw and offer many ways to prepare for the transfer and learn more about Wayne State. Check out the schedule below for the next visit to the Washtenaw campus. Admission to a university or university does not guarantee admission to a program, major, sub-subject or university. Students should work closely with the transfer institution to ensure that they meet all requirements. A list of high schools with which Washtenaw Community College has articulation agreements.
Students: Although you don`t see a transfer contract for your program of study, you can move to a university of interest, contact your transfer advisor for help. The Virginia Education Wizard is designed to help students explore careers, find university majors that match their career interests, estimate and compare university costs, find and apply for financial assistance and scholarships, and plan their transfer from community schools to four-year institutions. Students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the requirements and conditions of the planned transfer facility and major. Consideration should be given to the expected average, delays for transfer applications, the applicability of the stream associated with the planned four-year program, and the number of courses accepted for the transfer.