Wayne State University
Wayne State University is a national research university with an urban teaching and service mission. It is a constitutionally autonomous public university within Michigan's system of public colleges and universities.
As an urban teaching university, Wayne State seeks especially to serve residents of the greater Detroit metropolitan area. The University aspires to implement its curricula in ways that serve the needs of a nontraditional student population that is racially and ethnically diverse, commuting, working and raising families. To meet its obligations to its nontraditional students, the University attempts to schedule classes throughout the metropolitan area and the evening as well as during the day.
Please note: bachelor's degrees with links include a Macomb transfer plan
Bachelor of Science In Elementary Education leads to certification to teach elementary education in the state of Michigan. The elementary certificate qualifies the holder to teach all subjects in kindergarten through grade five and the minors in grades six through eight.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with a major in Integrated Science or Mathematics
Bachelor of Arts/Science in Elementary Education with a major in Special Education with a concentration in Cognitive Impairment Teaching as a profession has never been more exciting. Increasingly, certified teachers in the area of Special Education are in high demand and are especially successful in obtaining employment. The WSU Elementary and Special Education Program at the University Center-Macomb leads to a Bachelor of Arts or Science in Elementary and Special Education with an endorsement in Cognitive Impairment. The program is designed for you to receive a Michigan Elementary Provisional Teaching Certificate for teaching all subjects in grades K-5; all subjects K-8 in a self-contained classroom; and for teaching students who have cognitive impairments in grades K-12. For complete course requirements please refer to the College of Education website at www.coe.wayne.edu
Bachelor of Arts/Science in Instructional Technology (Offered at ATEC/South Campus) Instructional Technology is a field concerned with facilitating learning and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of instruction through: Designing instruction (including all phases of activity from needs assessment to evaluation), conducting product and process evaluation, building teams and managing projects, managing change and adopting innovations, integrating instruction with other factors that influence human performance and using technology in support of the development and delivery of instruction.
Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations Public relations is an exciting and challenging field which demands individuals with excellent communication skills and training. Most public relations classes are taught by faculty members who have professional experience in addition to their academic training. The practical applications of ethics are carefully considered. The program pays special attention to effective written and oral communication as well as developing a fundamental understanding of human communication and research methods.
Bachelor of Social Work prepares students for entry-practice in social work. During each year about two-thirds of the curriculum is in professional courses in social work and about one-third is in co-requisite courses and electives.
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a major in Global Supply Chain Management(Offered at ATEC/South Campus) Every successful organization owes a portion of its success to effective supply chain management and logistics. These processes focus on the production and distribution of goods and services. The market in which organizations compete has become increasingly global - as they work with non-domestic suppliers, outsource business functions and market goods and services to consumers around the world. Business leaders realize that a sustainable approach to managing global supply chains plays a significant role in achieving success. They need well-qualified, supply chain professionals to meet the challenges and recognize the opportunities.
Bachelor of Arts with a major in History, optional minor in Political Science or Criminal Justice History is central to our understanding of the human experience. The study of our past allows us to place our world in context, whether we want to understand international crises, the significance of a national election, or social relations within our own community. The skills of the historian - the ability to do extensive research in original sources, to think critically, and to write clearly and persuasively - are highly valued in our changing world and serve as an excellent preparation for a variety of careers.
Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems Technology (Offered at ATEC/South Campus) This program prepares the student for a challenging workplace with an enhanced knowledge of business applications. The curriculum for this degree is designed to give students fundamental knowledge of computer science with a combined knowledge of system designs and business administration. It will also satisfy most of the prerequisite coursework leading to admission in the graduate programs of either Computer Science or Business Administration.
Bachelor of Arts in Nutrition and Food Science To meet the needs of the food industry, Wayne State and Macomb have partnered to educate upcoming food scientists and chefs who not only excel in food preparation, but also understand nutrition and healthy eating. This program is ideal for you if you have earned Macomb's culinary arts - culinary management certificate, or if you are interested in Nutrition and Food Science in general.
Bachelor of Arts or Science with a major in Computer Science (Offered at ATEC/South Campus) A degree in computer science is a pipeline to one of the hottest career fields in today's market. According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, "Computer scientists and database administrators are projected to be one of the fastest growing occupations over the next decade. Strong employment growth combined with a limited supply of qualified workers will result in excellent employment prospects for this occupation and a high demand for their skills." And the best part is that it can be completed on Macomb Community College's south campus.
Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (Offered at ATEC/South Campus) The growing field of construction management offers graduates the opportunity to oversee capital projects from the design phase to the completed structure. Professional construction managers supervise daily operations on building sites and bring real value to the construction process by controlling costs, meeting deadlines, and managing the unexpected. This exciting program is ideal for students who are interested in developing their analytical and problem-solving skills and those who seek a profession that is often out in the field rather than behind a desk.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology (Offered at ATEC/South Campus) Engineering technicians apply principles of engineering, mathematics and science to the operation or testing of engineering and manufacturing systems. An Engineering Technologist working in research and development is often involved in data collection or may prepare or conduct experiments. They may also participate in design work through the use of computer-aided design systems.
Baccalaureate engineering technology graduates are often called technologists to distinguish them from baccalaureate graduates of engineering programs. Graduates of engineering technology and engineering programs complement each other in their skills and interests. Together with technicians and scientists, they form a technological team which has been able to produce an ever-increasing rate of technological advancement.
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Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Offered at ATEC/South Campus) Mechanical engineering is a creative discipline that draws upon a number of basic sciences to design devices, machines, processes and systems that involve mechanical work and its conversion from, and into, different forms of energy. It includes: converting thermal, chemical and nuclear energy into mechanical energy through engines and power plants; transporting energy via devices like heat exchangers, pipelines, gears and linkages; and using energy for a variety of goods and services that benefit society such as transportation vehicles of all kinds, manufacturing tools and equipment, biomedical engineering, and household appliances. Mechanical engineers are also involved in the selection of materials for almost all manufactured products, to help ensure their structural integrity before they are sold in the marketplace. The design and manufacture of automobiles and airplanes are excellent examples of the usage of mechanical engineering concepts.
Master of Arts in Employment and Labor Relations The Master of Arts in Employment and Labor Relations provides students with a broad understanding of human resources and labor relations in the workplace. The relationship between employees, employers, and labor unions is examined and much attention is given to the role and dynamics of collective bargaining, human resource management, and labor/management relations. The pivotal areas of effective resolution of disputes and management of performance issues will also be explored.
Master of Education with a major in Bilingual/Bicultural Education with a concentration in English as a Second Language This program is appropriate for teachers with elementary or secondary certification with a teaching major in an approved content area. This program provides advanced training in English as a Second Language teaching methodology, linguistics and culture. In addition, students who specialize in this area are eligible to apply for the Michigan English as a Second Language endorsement.
Master of Education with a major in Special Education and a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorder WSU develops professionals who are committed to helping others acquire the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to participate in and contribute to a complex, changing society. This program is designed as an endorsement program to meet the Michigan Department of Education Special Education rules for teacher preparation in the area of autism spectrum disorders. It is appropriate for educators with elementary or secondary certification with a teaching major in an approved content area.
Master of Education with a major in Special Education and a concentration in Cognitive Impairment This program is designed as an endorsement program to meet the Michigan Department of Education Special Education rules for teacher preparation in the area of cognitive impairment. It is appropriate for educators with elementary or secondary certification with a teaching major in an approved content area. For complete course requirements please refer to the College of Education website at www.coe.wayne.edu
Master of Education with a major in Special Education and a concentration in Learning Disabilities prepares students to become certified special education teachers. Graduates may also be employed as teacher consultants, supervisors or administrators in public or private schools.
Master of Social Work prepares students for ethical, competent advanced level professional social work practice with a focus on interpersonal practice or community practice and social action. Emphasis is placed on the urban setting and working with diverse, poor, vulnerable and oppressed individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities.
Education Specialist Certificate with a major in Special Education and concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorders There is a growing demand for well-prepared professional educators who can become tomorrow's effective leaders. An Education Specialist Certification from Wayne State University's College of Education can help you reach your potential for greater job satisfaction, higher earnings, increased responsibility and personal fulfillment. We emphasize diversity, innovation, technology and state-of-the-art research based practices. Our professors are leaders in their fields and provide programs based on nationally recognized standards. For complete course requirements please refer to the College of Education website at www.coe.wayne.edu
Education Specialist Certificate with a major in Special Education and a concentration in Learning Disabilities There is a growing demand for well-prepared professional educators who can become tomorrow's effective leaders. An Education Specialist certificate from WSU's College of Education can help you reach your potential for greater job satisfaction, higher earnings, increased responsibility and personal fulfillment. We emphasize diversity, innovation, technology and state-of-the-art research-based practices. Our professors are leaders in their fields and provide programs based on nationally recognized standards.
Wayne State University
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Wayne State University's main campus is in the Cultural Center area of Detroit. In addition to the University Center on Garfield Road in Clinton Township, Wayne State has extension locations in Farmington Hills, Harper Woods, Madison Heights, and Northwest Detroit. Courses are also offered at other locations in Michigan, other states, and abroad.