To be eligible for admissions, applicants must:
- Have a minimum entering cumulative grade point average of 2.000 on a 4.000 scale; all previous college/university-level coursework will be computed in the calculation.
- Complete with a grade of "C" (2.000) or better at least 60 semester credit hours (or 90 quarter hours) of coursework at the 100/1000 level or higher. At least 30 semester credit hours (45 quarter hours) of your 60 credits must be in liberal arts coursework.
- One English composition or written communication course.
- One course (or equivalent placement test result) in intermediate algebra or a higher math course.
- All academic coursework considered for use in meeting admissions requirements or for use in establishing directly equivalent transfer credit must be from an institution regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Additional requirements for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree include:
- Proficiency in current personal productivity tools (word processing/spreadsheet/presentation graphics and personal databases)
- Coursework in the following areas:
- Networking fundamentals
For more information on transfer courses that meet these requirements go to: http://www.walshcollege.edu/transfercollegecredit
How to Apply:
To apply to a bachelor’s degree program, you must:
- Fill out an application form. Applications are available online or by calling 1-800-WALSH-01, or by visiting any campus location. A $35 application fee is required.
- Ask each of your previous colleges or universities to send official transcripts directly to our admission office
- To accelerate the processing of your application, you may submit unofficial/student copies of your transcripts by either mail, fax or email to the Admissions Office so that we may begin the process of a preliminary admissions decision
- Applicants may fax transcripts to (248) 823-1611, e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail them to their preferred location
- Any applicants who have completed coursework or degrees from institutions outside of the United States must submit transcripts to an agency approved by Walsh College specializing in evaluation of international educational credentials. Applicants are responsible for all costs incurred. Walsh College recommends World Education Services or Education Credential Evaluators
If you have not enrolled in at least one course in the last 12 months or you were academically dismissed, you must:
- Resubmit an Admissions Application
- Have all courses re-evaluated under current catalog requirements and time limits
- Meet with a counselor from the Admissions and Academic advising office if you were academically dismissed
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com
or call 1-800-WALSH-01.