Transfer degree programs are designed for students planning to complete a baccalaureate degree at a four-year college or university. MCC transfer degrees include:
Occupational programs of study are designed to prepare a student for entry-level employment in the occupation with which the curriculum is associated. While designed primarily for direct employment, there are opportunities to further study at a four-year college to university. See an advisor in the Advising and Transfer Center for information. See Career and Technical Education Programs
The Associate in General Studies degree is designed to meet the unique needs of students with objectives that are different from those of transfer degrees or career and technical education degrees. The AGS degree is not designed for transfer; however, it may transfer in whole or in part to some colleges and universities. See an advisor in the Advising and Transfer Center for information.
Make the most of scheduling flexibility by combining online and blended courses with on-campus courses to pursue one of the following degrees or certificates:
All changes to an academic degree or certificate program, including the catalog year, may impact your financial aid. Consult with an academic advisor to complete the Academic Program Change form. You can also complete and submit the Academic Program Change form in the Registration Office, A258, or by calling (815) 479-7632.