A variety of Workforce and Economic Development training and Industry Credentials provide options to MCC students to help bridge studies to Mott with credit coursework. Articulation agreements, when followed by an MCC student, result in gaining credits for their chosen program of study through prior non-credit training and/or Industry credential earned. These opportunities will allow students to continue to add earning power by gaining technical skills, academic credentials, and industry credentials.

The list below is the current articulation agreements in place showing the Industry Credential or Short-Term non-credit training that can be applied for credit towards MCC Associate degrees.