The tables/tabs below list all Pathways, Degrees, Certificates, and Training Credentials available at Mid Michigan College, including links to current 2018-2019 Guided Pathways and respective program sites if applicable.
Mid's Programs of Study
(2018-2019) Guided Pathways & Requirement Information
Note: Students are expected to know the requirements of their selected program of study.
Arts & Communications
|Program Title/Website Link||Guided Pathways|
|Graphic Design||Associate in Applied Science|
|History & Policial Science Transfer||Associate in Arts|
|Psychology Transfer||Associate in Arts|
|Sociology Transfer||Associate in Arts|
|Visual Arts||Associate in Arts|
Business & Technology
Math & Science
The Associate in Nursing and Associate in Applied Science degrees are primarily designed for students who plan to begin a career after completion of the degree.
The Associate in Science and Associate in Arts degrees are designed for students who intend to transfer to a four-year institution after completion of the degree.
Certificates of Achievement and Training Credentials are intended primarily as shorter term (most are approximately one year or less) preparation for entering an occupation.
Please visit Careers Services for more resources and help exploring fields of study, career outlook, and schools with your preferred program. Contact your advisor for personalized assistance with your program of study.
Other Transfer Programs
NOTE: The MACRAO Endorsement is being phased out and replaced by the Michigan Transfer Agreement which has different requirements. Students enrolled prior to August 2014 will have until August 2019 to complete MACRAO. Students enrolled prior to August 2014 may choose to complete the MTA Endorsement. Students beginning college coursework after August 2014 will not be able to pursue the MACRAO Endorsement. It is recommended that students consult with MMCC Transfer Advisors and intended transfer institutions.
Additional Transferring Information:
The above link takes you to a listing of reference guides for students transferring from Mid, organized by target colleges and subject areas. These guides do not in and of themselves constitute degree programs at Mid. Contact your Transfer Advisor for more information and help with these extensive resources.