Mott Community College has several agreements with Michigan colleges and universities. These agreements allow students to enter four-year or bachelor’s degree programs using MCC programs and degrees. Additional information on the agreements is available in the Counseling and Student Development office, Prahl College Center.
The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) is designed to facilitate transfer from one institution to another. One of the guiding principles of the agreement is to promote transparency among institutions and ensure accurate transfer information for students.
The 30 credit hours of lower-level general education from the sending institution will be accepted as a block of 30 credit hours by the receiving institution. Students may complete the MTA as part of an associate degree or as a stand-alone package. Completion of the MTA does not necessarily mean that a student has completed the requirement for a specific MCC associate degree.
Credits from students who have attended previous institutions will be evaluated and recorded as meeting “MTA” requirements of MCC’s general education requirements, as long as their home institution considered those courses to satisfy general education requirements. Please note, a student must earn at least one credit-bearing course at MCC in order to have “MTA Satisfied” posted on a MCC transcript.
To fulfill the Michigan Transfer Agreement, students must successfully complete at least 30 credits, with at least a 2.0 in each course. These credits, which will be certified by a Michigan community college, should be met according to the following distribution:
If these courses do not add up to 30 hours then the student must take an additional course from one of these groups.
To fulfill the MACRAO Transfer Agreement, students must successfully complete at least 30 credits. The student must have an average of 2.0 in all courses in the below distribution. A minimum of 15 of these credits must be earned at MCC.
The courses needed to satisfy the MACRAO requirements are as follows: