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Business & Technology

Mid’s Business & Technology Pathways provide you the opportunity to explore various careers—and even intern on campus. As you progress through the Pathway of your choice, career skills are developed through collaborative projects. In our fast-paced world where change is the only constant, these Pathways allow you to gain the skills necessary to be an agile professional who can develop unique solutions driven by decisions based on data.


Mid's credits transfer across the state and country.

Mid Credits Transfer!

Mid credits go with you because we participate in many transfer agreements that ensure our courses count at universities and colleges across the State and Country. Our team can help you select the courses and pathway that best fit your goal—saving you time and money. No matter where you path leads you, Mid can be a part of your journey.

Customized Transfer Pathways Available!

Mid Michigan College has many transfer agreements with four-year colleges and universities that can lead to a wide variety of degrees and careers.

From 2+2 and 3+1 transfer agreements that streamline your path to a bachelor degree, and 3+2 partnerships that allow you to start at Mid, save big on tuition, and earn a master's degree at your transfer destination school, our team can help you select the courses that best fit your goals—saving you time and money. No matter where your path leads, Mid can be a part of your journey.

Discover all the transfer opportunities available at Mid!


Business Studies Resources

A recent collaboration between the Mid Michigan College Business & Professional Studies Academic Department and the Mid Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has resulted in a Business Studies Resource area in the library on the Mt. Pleasant Campus of Mid Michigan College. Over 350 books donated by the SBDC and business faculty, as well as new subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review, are just a few of the resources that have been assembled with more materials added often.
Questions? Contact Amy Fisher at afisher1@midmich.edu or (989) 386-6657.

 
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