Know and Understand the Requirements for Your Degree

The catalog is a comprehensive listing of current information regarding

  • academic rules and regulations;
  • course offerings; and
  • degree requirements.

Mott Community College students are responsible to know and understand the requirements for the degree they are pursuing and should be knowledgeable about college policies and procedures contained in this catalog.*

Online Catalog

The online catalog is the most current and accurate version of Mott Community College’s catalog. It is updated frequently to give you the most current catalog information.

Select your desired catalog in the “select menu” found in the top right corner of any online catalog page.

A “printer button” is found in the upper and lower right corners of every online catalog page.

Printed Catalog

Printable PDF versions of the annual catalog are available on our Archived Catalogs page for years 2015 and prior.

Archived Catalogs for years 2015 and forward can be accessed through the jump menu on the Online Catalog page. These catalogs can be printed on a per page basis by using the print icon button to the right of the page title.

We recommend you refer to the "current" online catalog whenever possible since the printed/archived catalogs are not updated.

Degree Pathways

Degree Pathways for transfer students are semester-by-semester course plans that result in the completion of an MCC degree with a focus on a particular discipline. Depending upon the discipline pathway you choose, you will receive either an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or an Associate of Fine Arts degree. Faculty and advisors will assist you in determining where your pathway transfers best into a four-year program when preparing to transfer to a college or university.

Degree Pathways for Occupational programs are semester-by-semester course plans leading to the completion of an Associate in Applied Science degree. With this degree, students are prepared to enter the job market or, with the help of their advisor or program coordinator, can prepare to transfer into certain four-year programs.

To make the most of your educational investment, students must follow one of the degree pathways and should meet with an advisor on a regular basis. If a student is uncertain as to which guided pathway to choose, it is vital that you meet with an advisor who will assist in determining your best options.

* Although this catalog was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time, the information is updated regularly. All policies, procedures, fees, and charges are subject to change by the appropriate action of the faculty, the university administration, and the Board of Trustees.