An innovative concept pioneered by Macomb Community College (MCC), the University Center is partnership with Michigan’s four-year colleges and universities to provide Macomb County residents increased access to advanced education. Through the program, students have the opportunity to complete their bachelor’s or master’s degree from partner universities in more than 60 advanced degree programs right here in the county on the Center Campus.
Please take the time to explore the programs offered at MCC by each of the following partner universities and their staff:
- Central Michigan University
- providing bachelors degree programs in industrial administration,
organizational administrations, service sector administration,
health sciences, public administration and community services. CMU also makes it possible to
earn masters degrees in general administration, health services, human resources, international
administration, information resource management, leadership and public administration.
- Ferris State University
- providing bachelors degrees in a industrial technology and management, business administration, automotive management and criminal justice.
- Oakland University
- offering bachelors degrees in communication, journalism, computer, electrical and mechanical
engineering, education and human resources. Oakland University also offers masters programs in counseling and educational
- Rochester College
- offering bachelors degrees in business administration, organizational leadership, business communication, counseling and
early childhood education.
- University of Detroit Mercy
- offering bachelors degrees in health services administration, financial economics, educational administration, as well as
masters programs in nursing, educational administration and leadership, and health services administration.
- Walsh College
- offering bachelors degrees in accounting and business administration as well as masters programs
in business administration.
- Wayne State University
- offering bachelors degrees in global supply chain management, construction management, computer science, education, engineering technology, social work and public relations, as well as masters programs in social work, education, and labor relations.