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    North Central Michigan College
   
 
  Oct 16, 2017
 
 
    
Catalog 2016-17 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Transfer Opportunities


 

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA)

The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) replaces the MACRAO agreement beginning Fall 2014.  Students who attended prior to the fall 2014 will be able to complete the existing MACRAO agreement until the end of summer 2019.

The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) is designed to faciliate transfer of general education requirements between institutions.  One of the guilding principles of the agreement is to promote transparency among institutions and ensure accurate transfer information for students.

A student must successfully complete at least 30 credits, with at least a 2.0 in each course, to fulfill the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).  Credits from students who have attended previous institutions will be evaluated and recorded as meeting 'MTA' requirements or North Central Michigan College's general education requirements, as long as their home institutions considered those courses to satisfy general education requirements.  A student must earn at least one credit-bearing course at north Central to have the 'MTA Satisfied' posted on the North Central Transcript.

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) Requirements

  • 1 Course in English Composition
  • A second course in English Composition or 1 course in Communications
  • 1 Course in Mathematics
  • 2 Courses in Social Sciences (from two disciplines)
  • 2 Courses in Humanitites and Fine Arts (from two disciplines excluding studio and performance classes)
  • 2 Courses in Natural Sciences including one with laboratory experience (from two disciplines)

Students earning an Associate of Science degree at North Central Michigan College will automatically have "MTA Satisfied" posted to their transcript, provided they meet the minimum grade requirement.  All other students will need to submit a formal request to have their transcript evaluted for the "MTA Satisfied" designation.

For more information about the MTA, MTA Signatory Institutions and Michigan colleges and universitites transfer equivalencies visit our website.

 

 

North Central courses satisfying the MTA by category:

TOTAL CREDITS Minimum 30 credits.  Must receive 2.0 in each course to qualify.

English Composition:

ENG 111  AND  ENG 112 , COM 111  or COM 170  

Mathematics:

Choose one course.

MATH 128  , MATH 130 , MATH 140 , MATH 150 , MATH 210 , MATH 215 , MATH 225 , MATH 235 , STAT 200  

Science:

Choose two courses-must be from different categories. 

BIOLOGY:  BIO 101 , BIO 133 , BIO 151 , BIO 152 , BIO 226 , BIO 235 , BIO 236  

CHEMISTRY: CEM 101 , CEM 102 , CEM 121  

EARTH SCIENCE:  ESC 101 , ESC 110 , ESC 121 , ESC 122 , ESC 150 , ESC 201  

PHYSICS:  PHY 101 , PHY 210 , PHY 230  

Social Sciences:

Choose two courses-must be from different catgeories.

ANTHROPOLOGY:  ANP 110 , ANP 130 , ANP 210  

ECONOMICS:  ECO 111 , ECO 112  

GEOGRAPHY:  GEO 111 , GEO 121  

POLITICAL SCIENCE:  PLS 141 , PLS 225  

PSYCHOLOGY: PSY 161 , PSY 210 , PSY 241 , PSY 255 , PSY 261  

SOCIOLOGY:  SOC 171 , SOC 175 , SOC 271  

Humanities:

Choose two courses-must be from different categories. 

ART HISTORY:  ARTH 110 , ARTH 111 , ARTH 112  

COMMUNICATIONS:  COM 220 , COM 225 , COM 250 , COM 260 

ENGLISH:    ENG 130 , ENG 213 , ENG 215 , ENG 221 , ENG 222 , ENG 231 , ENG 232 , ENG 240 , ENG 241 , ENG 242 , ENG 244 , ENG 250 , ENG 251  

HISTORY:  HST 131 , HST 132 , HST 231 , HST 232 , HST 255 , HST 270  

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH:  ARB 111 , ARB 112 , FR 111 , FR 112 , FR 211 , FR 212 , NISH 111 , NISH 112 , NISH 211 , NISH 212 , RUS 111 , RUS 112 , SPAN 111 , SPAN 112 , SPAN 211 , SPAN 212  

MUSIC:  MU 120  

PHILOSOPHY:  PHL 101 , PHL 102 , PHL 105 , PHL 109  

RELIGION:  REL 100 , REL 102  

THEATRE AND FILM:  THF 101 , THF 250 THF 276  

 

University Center

North Central Michigan College and five universities have formed a University Center in Petoskey. Through the University Center, students can complete designated bachelor's or master's degrees on North Central's Petoskey campus. Partner universities and programs are listed below:

Central Michigan University

Education/Agency - Counseling (MA) School Guidance or Professional Practice Emphasis
 

Judy Nemitz, Program Administrator
NCMC Office: Room 45, ADCL
(231) 995-1755
(231) 995-1758 fax
nemit1jj@cmich.edu

Ferris State University

Computer Information Technology (BS)

Computer Information Systems (BS)

Peter Raphael, JD, MBA, Business Programs Coordinator/Advisor-Northern Region
NCMC Office: Room 46, ADCL
Extended and International Operations
(231) 995-1734
(231) 995-1736 fax
PeterRaphael@ferris.edu

Lake Superior State University

Business Administration (BS) - minor options available in Marketing, Accounting-Finance, Public Relations

Accounting-CPA (BS)

Liberal Studies (BS/BA) - minor options available in Accounting-Finance, Marketing, Public Relations, General Business, and Sociology

Individualized Studies (BS/BA)

Nursing Completion (BSN)

Criminal Justice (BS) - emphasis in Law Enforcement or Generalist

Early Childhood Education (BS/BA) - minor in Sociology

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Carolyn Ramsdell, Director
LSSU Petoskey Regional Center
NCMC Office: Room 48, ADCL
(231) 348-6623
cramsdell@lssu.edu

Spring Arbor University

Social Work (BSW)

Social Work (MSW)

Elementary Education (BA)

Elementary Post BA Certification/Endorsements also available


Sara Lancaster
NCMC Office: Room 42, ADCL
(231) 439-6203
800-968-0011 ext. 4282
(231) 439-6333 fax
sara.lancaster@arbor.edu