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Metropolitan Community College Transfer Agreement

Wayne State College now offers bachelor's degree in technology through Metropolitan Community College (MCC) in Omaha. If you already have an A.A. or AAS from MCC, you can transfer those credits to complete your bachelor's degree through Wayne State while taking classes at MCC facilities in Omaha. The MCC to WSC transfer agreement is a great opportunity to build your resume by turning your associate degree into a bachelor's degree.

If you are attending MCC for any other area of study, consider continuing your education at Wayne State College. Whether you have your associate degree or just a few classes under your belt, transferring to Wayne State is an excellent option to earn your four-year degree. Learn more about transferring to WSC.

Fast Facts

Degrees offered:
B.S. from WSC

Hours required: You can transfer up to 80 semester hours (120 quarter hours) from MCC to WSC toward your B.S. in technology. You must have earned a "C-" or better in these courses. Then you'll need at least 120 credit hours total to graduate with your bachelor's degree from WSC.

Transfer Programs of Study

Turn your associate degree from Metropolitan Community College into a bachelor's degree in technology from Wayne State College.

Other programs: If you are interested in a different area of study, view all programs available to you at WSC.

Available concentrations

  • Agricultural occupations
  • Computer occupations
  • Construction occupations
  • Drafting occupations
  • Industrial management occupations
  • Industrial trades occupations
  • Management services occupations
  • Manufacturing occupations
  • Safety occupations

General Studies Requirements

If you are following the transfer agreement to earn your bachelor's degree in technology, your general studies requirements are worked into the plan. If you are transferring other credits, learn how your credits may qualify for your general studies requirements. 

Transfer Guide

Evaluation of Credit

For more information:

John Vinchattle
Metropolitan Community College
Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology
Fort Omaha Campus Building #24

John Vinchattle

"The new Wayne State College transfer program in Omaha will give current and former MCC students access to a practical and affordable B.S. degree in Technology that will drive their career to the next level. Students that enroll in this program will have the flexibility need to continue working while completing their degree. This opportunity is crucial to develop the next generation of leaders in Nebraska's skilled labor workforce."


John Vinchattle
Assistant to the VP for Academic Affairs
Wayne State College