I have no idea about Wayne State but I can tell you for sure that your GPA is probably going to be too low for MSU. I graduated from MSU with a 2.9. Since then I have taken many extra pre-reqs (I did very well in these classes), retaken classes, have 3+ years of hospital volunteering experience, and took a CNA course. I applied to MSU twice and was rejected both times. MSU's program puts most of their decision on your undergraduate GPA. So whatever GPA is on your MSU transcript when you graduate, that's what they look at the most. No matter how many classes you take after graduation, it wont change that GPA. Their average GPA is 3.57. My boyfriend was accepted into the MSU program this year. He had much less experience than me but he had a 3.69 GPA from MSU. He says the lowest GPA he knows of for someone who got in was a ~3.4. It doesn't matter what your major is either. I had a BS in a health related degree and his was something completely different (sorry I don't want to give out too much info about us
I don't mean to be discouraging, that's just my experience. Also, if you re-take classes they wont consider those grades (I asked the advisor about that). I think it's stupid MSU places so much of their decision on that one GPA but unfortunately they do. It never hurts to apply though, but I would definitely apply to many schools to increase your chances of getting in somewhere.
Also, if it's possible, it would actually help you to not graduate until you take the extra pre-reqs. Get your GPA as high as you can before you graduate. If your going to be coming back to take classes anyway, delaying graduation would actually be in your best interest in the long run. Just something to think about.