From Nursing to Economics to Graphic Design. At MCC there's a program for you.
The first step to becoming an MCC student is finding a program that’s right for you. Whether you’re seeking an associate’s degree, a certificate in your field, transferring to a four-year university, or you just want to take classes for personal satisfaction, we’ve got a program to suit your goals. MCC offers students more than 100 fascinating areas of study to choose from.
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Your Academic Plan
You will need to have an academic plan later in the enrollment process during the Student Admissions Application. Knowing what academic plan you want to follow will make filling out the application easier.
If you are planning on earning a degree or certificate, follow the steps below to determine the academic plan for the program you are interested in. If you are not planning on getting a degree or certificate, skip to the table below.
A tutorial video on how to explore our Programs & Degrees website is available.
Find the program you are interested in by using the options above to explore what MCC offers by using one of the four blue buttons above.
After choosing which program interests you, find the degree or certificate you want. Click on “Course List” or “Pathway Map”
Make notes of the information in the Details section. Specifically pay attention to the Academic Plan. You will use this information during the Admissions step.
Want to just take a class or two? Do you plan to transfer without getting a degree from MCC? Interested in taking classes just for personal interest? During the Student Admissions Application, you will have the opportunity to choose the primary reason you will be attending the college. In this case, you won't need a desired academic plan picked out when you get to that step.
Need more help?
If you aren't sure which academic plan you want to follow, choose a plan that most applies to or interests you. You can always make an appointment with an Academic Advisor later to change it. If you don't know which program or career path you want to pursue yet, Career Services can help.
Before you proceed to the next step, write down your academic plan.