Central Michigan University is excited to participate in MiTransfer Pathways, a statewide initiative among Michigan Colleges and universities. The MiTransfer Pathways identifies courses that a student should take as a part of an associate degree that will transfer to the university of their choice toward a bachelor's degree. MiTransfer Pathways aims to make the transfer experience more efficient and easy to navigate while enabling students to optimize credit transfer. Completion of the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) along with the identified pathway courses is recommended.
The initiative includes two phases. Phase 1 went into effect for the Spring 2020 semester and included Biology, Business Administration, and Psychology. Phase 2 and 3 went into effect in Summer 2020 and included Art, Communication, Exercise Science, Mechanical Engineering, Public Health, and Social Work.
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To graduate from CMU, students must complete a minimum of 60 credits at a four-year college or university.