We welcome transfer students in the College of Business!
If you have 24 or more credits that you're transferring to WSU, we strongly recommend that you meet with the college advisor, Kattie, as soon as you have received WSU admission.
Kattie will help you determine how your classes will transfer into your chosen Business program and break down admission into the College of Business.
Because all courses required for College of Business admission (listed below) have equivalents at most Minnesota State two- and four-year institutions, Kattie can also provide you with an equivalency chart for your current institution.
WSU enters all of its transfer equivalencies in Transferology to help you determine how your credit will transfer. To do this, create a free account and enter the coursework you’ve completed, then use the search to see how your coursework transfers.
Kattie can even help you make a plan for graduation.
Email Kattie at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
Choose Your Business Program
First thing's first: time to pick your area of study!
The College of Business offers a variety of programs for transfer students:
- Business Administration
- Human Resource Management
- Management Information Systems
Get Admitted to WSU
After choosing your Business program, the next step is to be admitted to WSU.
The best part: our Transfer Pathways programs ensure a smooth process of moving from a two-year college to WSU.
We've prepared a major map for transfer students interested in studying Accounting who are currently attending a two-year institution.
We also have a major map for transfer students interested in studying Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Management Information Systems.
Get Admitted to the College of Business
You're now ready to apply to the College of Business!
To be admitted to the College of Business, you need to meet specific criteria. These include:
- earned 30 credits or more at the time of application
- have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 (minimum)
- completed the following courses with a grade C or better:
||CMST 191 or CMST 192
|Economics||ECON 201 or ECON 202
|Math||Choose one (3 credits required):
Note: Math requirements vary by Business major. Any of the Math courses listed will be used for College of Business admission.
|Statistics||ECON 222 or STAT 110 or STAT 210
Note: Statistics requirements vary by Business major. Any of the Statistics courses listed will be used for College of Business admission.
Visit the academic course catalog to read course descriptions and learn more about the requirements for a specific program.