Transfer Options: Programs & Degrees

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Roughly 50% of our students plan to transfer beyond MMCC and save an average of $11,000-$16,000 on tuition.

They choose Mid because we make it simple to take general education courses at half of university costs. We specialize in general education classes, because they account for so much of what we offer—that means that you’ll learn from experienced faculty who have carefully developed your coursework.

Planning your college journey can seem overwhelming, but you won’t have to figure it out alone. Our transfer advisors work with you on creating a map of courses that fit your goals, so you can be confident that your credits will transfer easily to the university and program of your choice.

Our Transfer Degrees have been designed in consideration of the requirements at many four-year colleges and universities. These degrees allow students to easily transfer and maximize the number of credits students will receive at their choice of four-year institutions.

Over 750 MMCC students enrolled in other colleges and universities in 2014/2015.

We’re proud that we helped them get there and save money in the process.


Associate in Arts Degree

Business Studies (Transfer)

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Associate in Arts Degree

Criminal Justice:Law Enforcement (Transfer)

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Associate in Arts Degree

Liberal Studies (Transfer)

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Associate in Science Degree

Health Science (Transfer)

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Associate in Science Degree

Math & Sciences Studies (Transfer)

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Associate in Arts Degree

Visual Arts (Transfer)

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Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)

The MTA is an excellent way to begin a college career at Mid and feel assured that your credits will transfer easily.

The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) is an agreement between all public community colleges in Michigan, its 15 public universities, and a number of its participating tribal and private colleges and universities. Students who successfully complete the MTA’s minimum of 30 semester hours, which includes coursework in six specific categories, will fulfill 30 semester hours of the lower-division general education requirements at participating colleges or universities.

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