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Why Choose Mid Michigan College?

Our faculty make the difference. They come from a variety of backgrounds, bringing real world business and accounting experiences into the classroom. This means that our students learn from more than their textbooks. And we carefully tailor teaching strategies to ensure that graduates are workplace ready.

Our transfer partners, like Northwood University, indicate that our students come prepared and succeed in their bachelor programs.

Our personalized approach to success ensures that you're not a number. Our faculty learn their students' names, because our class sizes are small and our courses are focused. We don't spread ourselves thin, which means that you benefit from more attention and more guidance. We succeed when you succeed, so our investment in your success is personal.

Employers value our students. Below is what one employer has to say:

“Keegan has demonstrated very professional skills at his job here at Brown Machine. Coming into his position, he was ready for any challenge. As a cost analyst for us, he has taken on projects with confidence and his knowledge and attention to detail is growing every day.”

-Stephanie Tremain

Human Resources Administrator, Brown Machine LLC

Hear from Keegan Rohdy, the Mid student being referenced, HERE.

Career Overview

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The job you work in accounting will greatly depend on your educational and licensure credentials.

With an associates, you might be a bookkeeper, accounting or auditing clerk, producing financial records for organizations. These career roles record financial transactions, update statements, and check financial records for accuracy.

With education beyond an associates degree, you might be an accountant or auditor, preparing and examining financial records for individuals or companies. These career roles ensure that financial records are accurate and that taxes are paid properly and on time. Accountants and auditors assess financial operations and work to help ensure that organizations run efficiently.

Job/Career Outlook


  • Median pay for bookkeepers and financial clerks is $34,000
  • Median pay for accountants and auditors is $61,700

Employment Outlook (2010-2020)*:

  • For Bookkeepers and Clerks: 14% or about average growth compared to all occupations
  • For Accountants and Auditors: 16% or about average growth compared to all occupations

*Information from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010 figures.

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