EMU signs transfer agreement with Monroe County Community College
YPSILANTI — Eastern Michigan University’s College of Business has signed a transfer articulation agreement with Monroe County Community College that provides students with the opportunity to earn an associate of applied science in business management at MCCC followed by a bachelor of business administration at EMU in any approved business major.
Students can select one of the following business disciplines as a major at EMU: accounting, accounting information systems, computer information systems, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, general business, marketing, management or supply chain management.
"We are very pleased to form this partnership with MCCC,” said David Mielke, dean of EMU’s College of Business. “We recognize the quality of their students, faculty and programs and it is important that we work together to better serve the students."
“This agreement is a great benefit to our students because it provides a smooth transition into any of EMU’s bachelor of business administration programs,” said MCCC President David Nixon. “It maximizes the amount of credit that will transfer from MCCC and allows students to avoid duplication of course work.”
“We are thrilled to announce the signing of this agreement,” said Paul Knollman, dean of MCCC’s Business Division. “Making higher educational opportunities very accessible to everyone we serve is a top priority at MCCC, and we’re honored to be able to partner with a great institution like Eastern Michigan University.”
Eastern Michigan University is a public, comprehensive university that offers programs in the arts, sciences and professions. EMU prepares students with the intellectual skills and practical experiences to succeed in their careers and lives, and to be better citizens.
Eastern Michigan University is a public, comprehensive university that offers programs in the arts, sciences and professions. EMU prepares students with the intellectual skills and practical experiences to succeed in their career and lives, and to be better citizens.
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