Michigan Transfer Pathways

michigan transfer logoMonroe County Community College joins with all the community colleges across the state to create easy-to-understand pathways for students transferring credit to a four-year college or university.

MiTransfer Pathways is a collaboration between community colleges and universities. It is a simplified process and allows community college students to apply credit to four-year college and universities in specific programs.

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ART - MI TRANSFER PATHWAY

DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associates of Fine Arts

Credits Required

60

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)

The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways. The Art MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students complete a course in the Quantitative Reasoning pathway. 

MiTransfer Pathways Courses

These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions. 

Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Contact Hours*

Credit Hours

Art History I

ART/280

Art History: Prehistoric Gothic

 

3

Art History II

ART/281

Art History: Renaissance to Baroque

 

3

Drawing I

ART/180

Drawing I

90

3

2D Design

ART/160

2-D Design

90

3

3D Design

CIS/189

3D Animation

45

3

*  indicate the total number of contact hours for the course for the entire term (i.e. 64, 67.5, 75, 90).  Course equivalency will be determined by universities, in part, based on the number of contact hours. 

Studio Art Courses

It is recommended that students complete two studio art courses in two different mediums. Studio art courses should be selected on consultation with a faculty advisor based on the students’ major, concentration, or focus. These courses may transfer as part of the associate degree but may not transfer as course-to-course equivalencies.

Remaining Degree Requirements

These are additional associate degree requirements that are not MTA or MiTransfer Pathways courses.  They might not be accepted for transfer by universities participating in the agreement. 

General Education or Program Requirement

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

General Education

CIS/130

Introduction to Computer Information Systems

3

Program Requirements

ART

Additional ART credits

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remaining hours

0

 

The following lists participating universities:

Andrews University

 College for Creative Studies

Central Michigan University

Eastern Michigan University

Ferris State University/Kendall College of Art and Design

Finlandia University

 Lawrence Technological University

Michigan State University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Saginaw Valley State University

Spring Arbor University

University of Michigan-Flint

Wayne State University

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT ART

 

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BIOLOGY  -  MI TRANSFER PATHWAY

DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associate of Science/Transfer Pathway-Biology

Credits Required

60

MICHIGAN TRANSFER AGREEMENT (MTA)

The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways. The Biology MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students complete a course in the Quantitative Reasoning pathway. 

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS COURSES

These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions.

 Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Cell/Molecular Biology

BIOL 151

Biological Sciences I

4

Organismal Biology

BIOL 153

Biological Sciences II

4

General Chemistry I

CHEM 151

General College Chemistry I

4

General Chemistry II

CHEM 152

General College Chemistry II

4

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 251

Organic Chemistry I

4

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 252

Organic Chemistry II

4

TOTAL CREDITS

24

REMAINING DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

 These are additional associate degree requirements that are not MTA or MiTransfer Pathways courses.  They may not be accepted for transfer by universities participating in the agreement.  If there are remaining hours, use the Remaining Degree Requirements in Appendix B identified by the university to which the student plans to transfer to select courses that meet bachelor’s degree requirements.  

General Education or Program Requirement

Subject/Course Number

Course Title

Credits Hrs

General Education

CIS 130

Introduction to Computer Information Systems

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remaining hours

 

 

TOTAL CREDITS

60

The following lists participating universities:

Central Michigan University

Davenport University

Eastern Michigan University

Finlandia University

Grand Valley State University

Lawrence Technological

 Michigan Technological University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Rochester University

Spring Arbor University

University of Detroit Mercy

University of Michigan-Dearborn

 

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT BIOLOGY

 

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BUSINESS - MITRANSFER PATHWAY

DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associate of Science/Transfer Pathway-Business Management

Credits Required

60

The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways. The Business Management MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students complete a course in the Quantitative Reasoning pathway. 

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS COURSES

 These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions.

 Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Microeconomics

ECON 252

Principles of Microeconomics

3

Macroeconomics

ECON 251

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Financial Accounting

ACCTG 151

Accounting Principles

4

Managerial Accounting

ACCTG 152

Accounting Principles

4

Business Law

BSLW 251

Business Law

3

TOTAL CREDITS

17

REMAINING DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

These are additional associate degree requirements that are not MTA or MiTransfer Pathways courses.  They may not be accepted for transfer by universities participating in the agreement.  If there are remaining hours, use the Remaining Degree Requirements in Appendix B identified by the university to which the student plans to transfer to select courses that meet bachelor’s degree requirements.  

General Education or Program Requirement

Subject/Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs.

General Education

BMGT 160

Managing in the Digital Enterprise

3

Program Requirement

BUSAD 151

Introduction to Business

3

Program Requirement

BMGT 201

Principles of Management

3

Program Requirement

MCOM 201

Principles of Marketing

3

Program Requirement

BMGT 202

Business Communication in a Digital Age

3

Program Requirement

Required Business Electives

 

6

 

Remaining hours

13

TOTAL CREDITS

34

 

The following lists participating universities:

Baker College

Central Michigan University

Davenport University

Eastern Michigan University

Finlandia University

Grand Valley State University

Lawrence Technological

Michigan Technological University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Rochester University

Saginaw Valley State University

Siena Heights University

Spring Arbor University

University of Detroit Mercy

University of Michigan-Dearborn

University of Michigan-Flint

Walsh College

Wayne State University

Western Michigan University

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT BUSINESS

 

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COMMUNICATION - MITRANSFER PATHWAY

DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associate of Science

Credits Required

60

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)
The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways.  The Communication MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students complete a course in either the Quantitative Reasoning (QR) or Statistics pathways.  

MiTransfer Pathways Courses

These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions.

Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Public Speaking

SPCH/152

Public Speaking

3

Interpersonal Communication

SPCH/155

Interpersonal Communication

3

Small Group Communication

NA

 

 

Remaining Degree Requirements

These are additional associate degree requirements that are not MTA or MiTransfer Pathways courses.  They might not be accepted for transfer by universities participating in the agreement. 

General Education or Program Requirement

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

General Education

BMGT/160

Managing in the Digital Enterprise

3

Degree Requirement

Additional Social Sciences Course

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remaining hours

18

 

The following lists participating universities:

Andrews University

Aquinas College (Grand Rapids, MI)

Central Michigan University

Cleary University

Cornerstone University

Eastern Michigan University

Ferris State University

Grand Valley State University

Michigan State University

Michigan Technological University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Saginaw Valley State University

Spring Arbor University

University of Detroit Mercy

University of Michigan-Dearborn

University of Michigan-Flint

 

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT COMMUNICATION

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE - MITRANSFER PATHWAY

DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associate of Applied Science/Criminal Justice

Credits Required

62

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)
The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways (Calculus, Quantitative Reasoning, Statistics).  The Criminal Justice MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students can complete a course in any of the pathways.  

MiTransfer Pathways Courses

These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions.

Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Introduction to Psychology

PSYCH 151

Introduction to Psychology

3

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 151

Introduction to Sociology

3

Intro to Criminal Justice

CRJ 154

Introduction to Criminal Justice

3

Introduction to Corrections

CRJ 170

Introductions to Corrections

3

 

TOTAL CREDITS

12

 

REMAINING DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

These are additional associate degree requirements that are not MTA or MiTransfer Pathways courses.  They may not be accepted for transfer by universities participating in the agreement.  If there are remaining hours, use the Remaining Degree Requirements in Appendix B identified by the university to which the student plans to transfer to select courses that meet bachelor’s degree requirements.  

General Education or Program Requirement

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

General Ed Computer Literacy Requirement

CIS 130

Introduction to Computer Information Systems

3

Program Requirement

SPCH 151

Communication Fundamentals

3

Program Requirement

CRJ 251

Criminal Law

3

Program Requirement

CRJ 255

Police Organization and Administration

3

Program Requirements

CRJ 252

Juvenile Delinquency

3

Program Requirements

PSYCH 152

Psychology of Personality & Adjustment

3

Program Requirements

SOC 251

Modern Social Problems

3

Program Requirements

PSYCH 253

Interpersonal Communication

3

Program Requirements

SPCH 155

Interpersonal Communication

3

 

Remaining hours

 

TOTAL CREDITS

27

The following lists participating universities:

Baker College

Eastern Michigan University

Finlandia University

Ferris State University

Grand Valley State University

Lake Superior State University

Michigan State University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Saginaw Valley State University

Spring Arbor University

University of Detroit Mercy

University of Michigan-Dearborn

Wayne State University

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - MITRANSFER PATHWAY

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associate of Sciences

Credits Required

60

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)
The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways.  The Mechanical Engineering MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students complete a course in the Calculus pathway.  

MiTransfer Pathways Courses

These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions.

Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Calculus I

MATH/171

Calculus I

4

Calculus II

MATH/172

Calculus II

4

Calculus III

MATH/271

Calculus III

4

Differential Equations*

MATH/273

 

MATH/251

Introduction to Differential Equations

Linear Algebra

3

 

3

Physics I (Calculus-based, w/lab)

PHY/151

General Physics I

4

Physics II (Calculus-based, w/lab)

PHY/152

General Physics II

4

Chemistry 1 (w/lab)

CHEM/151

General College Chemistry I

4

Statics

METC/220

Statics & Strength of Materials

4

Dynamics

Not offered

 

 

Mechanics of Solids/Strength of Materials (no lab required)

Not offered

 

 

*Minimum 4 credits, linear algebra must be covered

Remaining Degree Requirements

These are additional associate degree requirements that are not MTA or MiTransfer Pathways courses.  They might not be accepted for transfer by universities participating in the agreement. 

General Education or Program Requirement

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

General Education

MDTC/160

Mechanical Drafting & CAD I

4

Degree Requirement

Additional Social Sciences Course

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remaining hours

0

The following lists participating universities:

Andrews University

Central Michigan University

Eastern Michigan University

Ferris State University

Kettering University

Lawrence Technological

Michigan Technological University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Saginaw Valley State University

University of Detroit Mercy

University of Michigan-Dearborn

University of Michigan-Flint

 

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

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PSYCHOLOGY - MITRANSFER PATHWAY

DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associate of Sciences

Credits Required

60

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)
The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways.  The Psychology MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students complete a course in the Statistics pathway.  

MiTransfer Pathways Courses

These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions.

Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Introduction to Psychology

PSYCH/151

Introduction to Psychology

3

Abnormal Psychology

PSYCH/258

Abnormal Psychology

3

Developmental Psychology

PSYCH/254

Life Span Psychology

3

Social Psychology

PSYCH/253

Social Psychology

3

TOTAL CREDITS

12

Remaining Degree Requirements

List the courses that are required to meet associate degree requirements at your college.  This can include courses or requirements that are specific to the degree program at your institution.  

Recommended Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

Gen Ed Computer Literacy Requirement

CIS/130

Introduction to Computer Information Systems

3

 

General Electives to get to 60 credit hours

 

 

4

 

Remaining hours

 

TOTAL CREDITS

60

The following lists participating universities:

Alma College

Baker College

Central Michigan University

Eastern Michigan University

Finlandia University

Grand Valley State University

Lake Superior State University

Michigan State University

 Michigan Technological University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Rochester University

Saginaw Valley State University

Siena Heights University

Spring Arbor University

University of Detroit Mercy

University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

University of Michigan-Dearborn

University of Michigan-Flint

Wayne State University

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT PSYCHOLOGY

 

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SOCIAL WORK - MITRANSFER PATHWAY

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

Institution

Monroe County Community College

Degree/Program

Associate of Sciences

Credits Required

60

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)
The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions’ course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will “double count” to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer. More information about the MTA is available at www.mitransfer.org

The MTA Mathematics distribution area allows students to complete one of three math pathways.  The Social Work MiTransfer Pathways faculty recommended that students complete a course in the Statistics pathways.  

MiTransfer Pathways Courses

These courses are commonly agreed upon for transfer in this program around the state among participating institutions.

Pathway Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Introduction to Psychology

PSYCH/151

Introduction to Psychology

3

Introduction to Sociology

SOC/151

Introduction to Sociology

3

Introduction to Social Work

SWK/151

Introduction to Social Work

3

Human Biology

BIOL/257

BIOL/258

Anatomy & Physiology I

Anatomy & Physiology II

4

4

 

Remaining Degree Requirements

List the courses that are required to meet associate degree requirements at your college.  This can include courses or requirements that are specific to the degree program at your institution.  

Recommended Course

Subject/ Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

Gen Ed Computer Literacy Requirement

CIS/130

Introduction to Computer Information Systems

3

 

 

Additional Social Sciences Course

 

3

 

Remaining hours

6

The following lists participating universities:

Andrews University

Central Michigan University

Cornerstone University

Eastern Michigan University

Ferris State University

Grand Valley State University

 Michigan Technological University

Northern Michigan University

Oakland University

Saginaw Valley State University

Spring Arbor University

University of Michigan-Flint

Wayne State University

 

Click on the articulation agreement below for specific college/university transfer information

MITRANSFER PATHWAYS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT SOCIAL WORK

Contact Information

Registrar’s Office

Contact

Building / Office IconA104
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Hours

Fall/Winter Hours
Monday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.