WSU has worked extensively with Kansas community colleges to develop a list of courses that will transfer to the WSU College of Engineering. Called Transfer Guides, these lists cover general education courses and basic engineering courses. Follow the engineering list as you take courses at your community college. Transfer Agreements are also listed here.
Graduation from WSU requires a minimum of 124 credit hours, with at least 60 of those hours taken at a four-year institution and 45 of those hours taken at the upper-division level. Students seeking a bachelors degree should be encouraged to take no more than 64 hours at a community college.
Butler Community College Reverse Transfer Agreement (news article)
Find the major you'd like to pursue and use the course sequence as a guide to show you what you've already taken and what is still left to complete.
http://www.myedu.com - this is a FREE online tool to help with schedule building and degree planning. It connects with WSU's catalog and schedule, let's you plan out your semester classes, gives feedback on professors, compares different degree plans, has career info and more!
Check to see if a course at another institution will transfer to WSU by using the Transfer Course Equivalency form. If a course has not yet been evaluated, students may need to supply appropriate course descriptions and/or syllabi for transfer credit evaluations.
WSU provides a service called Dual Advising. This gives you the opportunity to meet with an adviser in the WSU College of Engineering to help guide you as you prepare to transfer to WSU.
Samantha Corcoran is the assistant dean for the CoE and has a Masters degree in industrial engineering from Wichita State University. She is the engineering dual adviser and will meet with you to plan your transition to the WSU CoE. You can make an appointment to come for an in-person visit, phone call, or video chat with Samantha by clicking one of the links below.