Communication MiTransfer

Community colleges and universities have collaborated to simplify the transfer process by developing MiTransfer Pathways. These transfer pathways build on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA), which makes it easier for students to transfer their general education courses earned at Mid Michigan College to participating four-year institutions in Michigan.

View Mid Michigan College’s MTA requirements.

Communication faculty identified courses that will transfer between community colleges and universities in Michigan.

The following courses at Mid Michigan College are guaranteed to transfer to communication programs of participating institutions.

COM 257
Public Speaking 3
COM 261
Interpersonal Communication 3
COM 253
Small Group Communication 3

Mid Michigan College Degree Requirements

Mid Michigan College requires at least 25 additional credits to meet the 62 credit associate degree requirement minimum. These remaining credits should be chosen in consultation with an advisor.

Transfer Institution Degree Requirements

Transfer institutions have identified remaining degree requirements that a student can take at Mid Michigan College that will transfer to a participating biology program.

To view each institution’s additional degree requirements, select your transfer institution then use the Michigan Transfer Network course equivalencies tool to find the course equivalent at Mid Michigan College.

Alma College

Andrews University

Aquainas College

Central Michigan University

Cleary University

Cornerstone University

Eastern Michigan University

Ferris State University

Grand Valley State University

Michigan State University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Saginaw Valley State University

Spring Arbor University

University of Detroit Mercy

U of M – Dearborn

U of M – Flint

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