Bachelor’s Degree Completion Agreements

Bachelor’s degree completion agreements with four-year colleges are commonly known as “2+2” and “3+1” agreements.  Agreements that are called “2+2” allow the student to transfer approximately the first two years of a four-year degree from MCCC to another college.  A “3+3” agreement allows for the transfer of up to three years of MCCC credits into a four-year degree at the transfer institution.  Below is a list of MCCC’s bachelor’s degree completion agreements with four-year institutions.

St. Leo University

Visit the SLU website:  https://www.saintleo.edu/

Franklin University

MCCC has agreements with 15 Franklin University programs ranging from accounting to public safety management.

Visit the Franklin University website:  https://www.franklin.edu/

 

Central Michigan University

Transfer from MCCC’s business management program to CMU’s B.S. in administration, B.S. in community development or B.A.A. in administration.

Visit the CMU transfer website: https://www.cmich.edu/global/guides/Pages/default.aspx

Chamberlain College of Nursing

Transfer from MCCC’s registered nursing program to CC’s B.S.N. completion program.

Visit the CNN R.N. to B.S.N. Website

Davenport University

Transfer from MCCC into DU’s accounting fraud investigation, finance, business, international business, management, marketing, computer gaming, computer information systems, public safety and security management, health information management, health services administration, network security or nursing programs.

Visit DU’s Transfer Website

Eastern Michigan University

Earn a B.S. in applied technology after transferring from approved technical programs at MCCC.

Earn a B.B.A from EMU after transferring from approved MCCC business majors, including accounting, business management or computer information systems (computer programming or web development). 

Earn a bachelor’s degree at EMU after completing the following MCCC programs: 

  • Construction management (B.S.) from construction management technology (A.A.S.)
  • Historic preservation (minor) from associate of arts or associate of science
  • Hotel and restaurant management (B.S.) from culinary skills and management (A.A.S.
  • Information assurance (B.S.) – CIS/information assurance and security (A.A.S.)
  • Nursing (B.S.) from nursing (A.A.S.)
  • Nursing completion (B.S.N.) from nursing (A.A.S.)
  • Product design and development (B.S.) from product and process technology (A.A.S.)
  • Social work (B.S.W.) from associate of science degree
  • Technology management (B.S.) from approved technical programs

Visit EMU’s MCCC Transfer Webpage

Ferris State University

Transfer from MCCC’s business management program to FSU’s bachelor’s degree in health care systems administration.

Also transfer from MCCC’s:

  • Nursing program to FSU’s B.S. in nursing
  • Respiratory therapy program to a bachelor’s degree in health care systems administration

Other transfer options are available in FSU’s technology programs.

Visit FSU’s Transfer Guides Website

Indiana Wesleyan University

IWU offers various associate degree to bachelor’s degree options for MCCC students, including one in nursing.

Articulation Agreement

Lourdes University

MCCC students can transfer to Lourdes University to complete a bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice.

Visit the LU Criminal Justice Webpage

Northwood University

MCCC accounting program students can transfer into NU’s bachelor of business administration in accounting program. Business administration students can transfer into NU’s BBA in management program.

Visit NU’s Transfer Guides Website

Siena Heights University at Monroe County Community College

Siena Heights University at Monroe County Community College has been providing bachelor's degree completion programs to students in Monroe since 1990.  MCCC students can transfer into the following programs at SHU Monroe:  B.B.A. in accounting or business administration; B.A. in multidisciplinary studies (general studies), professional communication or psychology; or a bachelor of applied science (technical or allied health areas).

Visit the SHU at MCCC Website

Spring Arbor University

MCCC students can transfer to SAU to complete bachelor’s degree programs in family life education (B.A.), management of health services (B.S.), and management and organizational development (B.A.)

SAU has a Metro Toledo site that is located at MCCC’s Whitman Center in Temperance, Mich. Check with SAU to learn about transfer opportunities offered at that site.

Visit the Spring Arbor University Website

University of Findlay

MCCC students can transfer to UF to pursue a B.A. in criminal justice.

Visit UF’s Website

University of Michigan-Dearborn

MCCC has bachelor’s degree completion agreements with UM-Dearborn’s:

  • College of Arts, Sciences and Letters
  • College of Engineering and Computer Science Computer and Information Science
  • School of Education
  • College of Business

Visit the UM-Dearborn Transfer Website

University of Michigan-Flint

MCCC has a bachelor’s degree completion program with UM-Flint’s respiratory therapy program.

Visit the UM-Flint Website

University of Phoenix

MCCC has a transfer agreement with the University of Phoenix.

Visit the University of Phoenix Website

University of Toledo

MCCC students can take advantage of MCCC’s transfer agreements with the University of Toledo’s College of Business Administration (B.B.A.) and nursing program (R.N. to B.S.N.).

Visit UT’s Website

Walden University

MCCC students are eligible for a 10 percent tuition discount on certain WU programs.

Read the letter of understanding