First Class Graduates From WSU’s Collaboration With Chinese Universities
DETROIT — On May 9, 12 Chinese students were the first to graduate from Wayne State University’s 3+2 program – a partnership with several Chinese universities.
The program allows qualified engineering students from Chinese institutions to earn an undergraduate degree from their home university in three years followed by a master’s degree in two more from Wayne State.
The students are from XiDian University in Xi’an, Shaanxi and Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, Hubei.
The students first came to Detroit in August 2011 and are graduating with Master of Science degrees in Computer Science. Four students will continue their studies in a Ph.D program.
More about the 3+2 program at http://engineering.wayne.edu/pdf/3_2-final_english.pdf.