Wayne State University and the University of Toledo will offer a selection of four-year degrees — along with a master’s in business administration — through Schoolcraft College. Both universities will provide classes online and through the new “Schoolcraft to U” partnership at the university’s main campus in Livonia.
Set to start in fall 2014, the program will offer degrees in business (accounting and management), engineering, nursing, criminal justice, and health information management. The program will be offered in a new building nearing completion at the corner of Seven Mile and Haggerty.
“At Wayne State, we want to offer classes when and where it’s convenient for students,” says M. Roy Wilson, who became the university’s 12th president in August. “The new facility in Livonia will give us a presence in another part of metro Detroit and create an opportunity for more people to earn degrees in the high demand fields of business and engineering.”
Students who take part in Wayne State partnership programs will pay in-state tuition rates unless they are international students. The University of Toledo program will allow students to pay the in-state tuition rate for Ohio residents, regardless of their residency.
“For several years, The University of Toledo has been committed to blurring the line between Michigan and Ohio to provide access to high-quality UT degree programs to Michigan students,” says UT president Lloyd A. Jacobs.
For more information about the partnership and degrees visit schoolcraft.edu/SCtoU.