MiTransfer Pathway: Biology


The MiTransfer Pathway Arts Associate of Arts program is intended to set students up to transfer for a bachelor’s degree to a participating college or university through the MiTransfer Pathways Project agreement.


Students interested in pursuing this program are strongly encouraged to meet with an MCC counselor in addition to a counselor from the college or university they intend to transfer to determine their plan. 


MCC's program informationView a program description and requirements for MCC's MiTransfer Pathway Biology Associate of Arts program.


full Agreement (May 2022)View the full agreement (PDF) through the link above.


Participating Michigan Association of State Universities


Central Michigan

  • Biology

Eastern Michigan

  • Biology, Bachelor of Science

Ferris State University

  • Bachelor of Science/Biology

Grand Valley State University

  • BS and BA in Biology (all programs)

Michigan Technological University

  • Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences (All concentrations: General Biology, Ecology, & Pre-Professional)

Northern Michigan University

  • Biology (with concentrations in Botany, Ecology, General Biology, Microbiology, Physiology, or Zoology)

Oakland University

  • Biology BA or BS

Saginaw Valley State University

  • Biological Science (B.S.)
  • Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, and Biomedical Sciences (B.S.)
  • Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology (B.S.)
  • Environmental Science (B.S.)

University of Michigan-Dearborn

  • BS/Biology


Participating Independent Colleges and Universities


Davenport University

  • Bachelor of Science in Biological Laboratory Science

Finlandia University

  • Bachelor of Arts in Biology

Lawrence Technology University

  • Bachelor of Science in Molecular & Cell Biology

Rochester University

  • Bachelor of Science in Biology

Spring Arbor University

  • BA/BS: Biology, Environmental Biology, Biology Pre-med, Biology Secondary Teaching Certification

University of Detroit Mercy

  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
Tore Skogseth, Student Success Counselor
Brandy Bunting, Counselor
Lisa Gardner, Advisor