Huron Programs & Offerings
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Whether you’re a hands-on, practical learner or live for theories and concepts, whether you’re looking to join the workforce or working toward a bachelor's degree, Mid has a pathway to success focused on you.
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TRANSFER AND CAREER-READY PATHWAYS IN HURON COUNTY
Save $15,500, on average, by starting your bachelor degree at Mid!
Mid's transfer degrees integrate seamlessly into four-year programs at other colleges and universities across the state and Nation, saving you thousands as you pursue a more advanced degree.
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. No matter where you path leads you, Mid can be a part of your journey. Our team can help you select the courses and pathway that best fit your goal—saving you time and money. Visit the Michigan Transfer Network for a course by course list of how Mid's courses transfer across the State.
We have a number of partnerships with universities that allow students to complete our transfer degree and enter their four year university business degree with only two years remaining. Our transfer advisors will help you build a road map to successfully transfer to your university of choice.
Liberal Studies Transfer - Associate Degree | Three pathways available:
Earn 30 credits guaranteed at most Michigan universities and colleges through the MTA.
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. That's one year's worth of general education courses completed at a portion of a university's cost!
Ready for a meaningful job in a hands-on, high-demand area? Our career-ready pathways in Huron County might be the perfect option.
Train to begin a meaningful career as an in-demand Medical Assistant (MA) without leaving the area. Our associate degree takes approximately 6 semesters and includes 64 credit hours covering topics such as medical terminology, insurance billing, pharmacology, laboratory procedures, and more.
NEW! MA Training Credential pathway includes 39 credits and takes approximately 2 semesters to complete. Key medical assisting topics are covered and this pathway allows you to enter the workforce quickly and then return to ladder your learning and your skills toward completing the MA associate degree.
This program allows students to gain the classroom hours needed for apprenticeships in manufacturing fields.
Mid's CADD program has been extremely successful at placing students in industry jobs. Over 94% of our graduates pass the nationally recognized CSWA CAD Exam with an average of 85%. And more than 90% are placed in jobs after gaining their associate degrees. Now, we're offering our CAD-specific courses in Huron County. Students can complete over 85% of their certificates and associate degrees without leaving the thumb.
Investigate these Programs and Pathways
*Please note that the links below take you to the College's program and pathway pages. Information may not reflect Huron Intermediate School District facilities and options.