The Admissions and Academic Advising office provides support programs and services to assist Walsh College students in achieving their goals.
Contact an Admissions & Academic Advising staff member today for assistance.
New Student Checklist
For help getting started at Walsh, please follow the new student checklist:
You may also schedule an appointment to meet with an Academic Advisor for personalized assistance in starting and registering for your first semester at Walsh College.
To schedule an appointment, please contact Admissions & Advising at:
248-823-1610 (Troy Campus)
248-679-1400 (Novi Campus)
586-723-1500 (Macomb & SC4 University Centers)
New Student Events
The following course rollouts are being provided to all MBA, MSF, Dual MBAMSF, and MM students who started their degree program on a catalog of 2013 or prior. It is imperative that you complete courses that will be eliminated in order to meet your degree requirements in a timely fashion and to ensure availability of courses. Please contact an Academic Advisor for program specific information or with any questions relating to the course rollouts below.
MBA, MSF, and Dual MBA/MSF Students on Catalog 2013 or prior
MM Students on Catalog 2013 or prior
The following course sequences are being provided as course recommendations for full and part time enrollment. This resource is intended to be used as a planning guide and is subject to semester start, campus location and course availability. Please contact an Academic Advisor for specific program information.
Undergraduate Recommended Course Sequencing:
Bachelor of Accountancy
BBA - Accounting Processes
BBA - Finance
BBA - General Business
BBA - Management
BBA - Marketing
Accounting Placement Exams
Accounting Placement Exams are used to determine appropriate placement in the Master of Science in Accountancy (MAC) program. You may need to take a placement exam if you were admitted to the MAC program in order to be excluded from foundation coursework. This will be indicated on your admissions letter.
The Accounting Placement Exam 4 MAC-W is required for students applying for admission to the MAC for Accounting Graduates program. Applicants with a bachelor degree in accounting over 5 years will be required to take the placement exam to determine which foundation courses they may be excluded from. Those that do not successfully pass the exam will be evaluated for admission to the Master of Science in Accountancy (MAC) program.
Please click below for specific topics, practice examination and procedures for each of the Accounting Placement Exams:
Accounting Placement Exam Scheduling
Accounting placement exams may be taken at the Troy Campus Testing Center, Novi Campus or Macomb University Center Campus. Below is contact information for each of these locations. Accounting Placement Exams may be taken in Troy anytime during the hours listed on the Troy Campus Testing Center website.
Scheduling Placement Exams at the Novi Campus & Macomb University Center
Please send email to preferred campus location to request accounting placement exam appointment.
Include in the email:
Subject: Accounting Placement Exam number you are planning to take.
Body of email: include the day and time you would like to take exam, your name and phone number.
If you have any questions on the accounting placement exams, please contact Admissions & Academic Advising at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-Walsh-01.
Walsh College takes a very supportive position in assisting students and offers tutoring services for selected courses each semester. If you are having problems in a particular class or not getting the grade you want, be sure to take advantage of Walsh College's tutoring program. Group, individual and online tutoring are available for a minimal cost. In addition, Walsh College offers assistance in communications, statistics and quantitative methods courses through our Pearson Student Success Labs. Accounting review sessions are also available. The Pearson Student Success Labs and the Accounting Review Sessions are offered at no cost. Learn more.
Notifying Walsh College that you have a disability is optional and confidential. Students must provide Walsh College with medical or diagnostic documentation that confirms a recognized impairment and recommendations for the specific accommodations needed. The Disability Services Information packet outlines the required documentation that must be provided by students requesting accommodations. After submission of medical or diagnostic documentation, the Disability Services team will review and provide a copy of reasonable accommodations to student’s faculty. Accommodations will be effective as soon as possible once all documentation is received by our team and notification has been provided to faculty: Disability Services Info Packet.