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NMC Transfer Guide- MTA

To: Michigan State University - Main Campus

Program: Eli Broad College Of Business

Admissions Criteria

  1. GPA – 3.5 or higher – Admission to the Eli Broad School of Business program is competitive. A higher GPA may be necessary.
  2. Repeat Grades – MSU averages all grades received, all courses attempted, all schools attended.
  3. College Precore Courses (ENG 112, MTH 121, 141 and MSU's CSE 101) must have a minimum 3.5 combined average with at least a 3.0 in each course.
  4. Limited number of admissions – Each major limits the number of admission spots. Early application is desirable because of competition for available spots.
  5. Scholarships – MSU offers a limited number of scholarships to community college students.
  6. It is important to contact MSU early in your education to begin discussing transferring for this program.

Core Curriculum Requirements

The following courses are listed to facilitate transfer and fulfill University requirements at MSU. If your goal is to complete an associate's degree before transferring, an NMC advisor can help you achieve both goals. It may be beneficial to transfer before completing an associate's degree for this program.

Upon request at the NMC Records and Registration Office, a statement will be placed on your transcript, "MICHIGAN TRANSFER AGREEMENT (MTA) SATISFIED".

Required Classes

Academic Area




ENG 111 & 112

English Composition I & II




HST 111 or 112

US History to or from 1865


Select a Group 1 Humanities course from a dept. other than HST »


Natural Science


Select 2 courses representing two departments from the Group 1 Natural Science list& »


Social Science


ECO 201



ECO 202



Select a Group 1 Social Science course from a dept. other than ECO »




MTH 121

College Algebra


MTH 141

Calculus I (MTH 122 prerequisite. Can take Survey of Calculus at MSU with just MTH 121)


Additional requirements

Required Classes



ACC 121 & 122

Principles of Accounting I & II (must complete both to transfer as MSU's ACC 201)


Northwestern Michigan College does not assume final responsibility for the accuracy of information on this guide. The final responsibility for the successful transfer of classes suggested on this guide rests with you and the institution you plan to transfer to. It is strongly recommended that you visit the institution prior to transfer and early in your academic career.

Updated: Spring 2018

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