Liberal Studies Transfer A.A.
Mid Michigan Community College
Mid Michigan Community College’s Liberal Arts Transfer degree program is designed to parallel the first two years of a four-year institution’s liberal arts program. This can be a great fit for students who are uncertain about which specific academic program they would like to specialize in. This program will offer a variety of general education courses that may prove helpful in the selection process. While exploring their options, students will also be fulfilling many requirements of a university baccalaureate program. Classes in this program will help students develop thinking skills and learning capabilities. This degree program can also provide a well-rounded option for students who wish to enter into a college education program for personal life enrichment.
The curriculum for this program consists of 62 credit hours of classes that are spread over the course of two years. All classes are offered completely online. Students will communicate regularly with experienced online instructors as they study and learn at their own pace. Assignments and coursework are completed in a self-motivated environment, with students in control of when they complete the necessary class requirements. The course load is a selection of common general education classes with a liberal arts concentration. Students will take classes in topics like Communication, Mathematics, Social Sciences, Humanities, Fine Arts Electives, and Applied Arts. Elective courses account for 23 credit hours and will allow students to fully explore possible academic or career options. Mid Michigan Community College academic advisors will be available to assist students in choosing electives that best fits their professional or academic goals.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: Hybrid
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Mid Michigan Community College is a two-year public school with three campuses located in Michigan since 1965. MMCC prides itself on “making a college degree both affordable and attainable,” and Mid Michigan Community College states its mission “to provide educational and community leadership for the development of human ability.”
MMCC offers certificates and associate’s degrees in more than 50 academic programs. Transfer programs are designed for students planning to pursue baccalaureate degrees at four-year institutions. Career programs provide students with the necessary skills and related knowledge to qualify for future positions in different industries. Courses are offered in several formats, including face-to-face traditional classroom courses, courses offered completely online, and hybrid courses (a combination of both).
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