NMC Transfer Guide - MTA

To: University of Michigan - Main Campus

Program: The B.S. Chemistry Degree or B.S. Concentration in Chemistry

“Chemistry is a dynamic discipline that stretches the imagination. At the same time Chemistry remains practical and down to earth. Chemists analyze, synthesize, quantitate and design materials.” The following courses are prerequisites to two Chemistry programs offered at University of Michigan. The B.S. Concentration in Chemistry is the degree for students who desire to prepare for jobs in the chemical industry, education and related fields. The study of Chemistry develops the ability to solve problems and to think critically. The B.S. Chemistry degree involved more course work and offers a deep rigorous experience that prepares students for top graduate programs or a career in chemical industry and related fields.

Admission Criteria

  1. GPA - 3.3 plus strong high school record if transferring after 1 yr. 3.0 if transferring as a Junior (55+ credits). Preference is given to students who have attained Junior standing (55+ credits).
  2. U of M accepts a maximum of 60 semester credits, since all students must earn at least 60 of their 120 credits required for their degree on the Ann Arbor campus.
  3. 2.0 or better grades required for transfer consideration.
  4. U of M Chemistry Department | Undergraduate Program Page

Basic Requirements

The following courses are listed to facilitate transfer and fulfill distribution requirements at UofM. These courses may not fulfill requirements for the Associate of Arts or Science degree at NMC. If your goal is to complete an Associate degree before transferring, see an advisor for assistance.

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

Communications

Credits

ENG 111 English Composition

4

ENG 112 English Composition

4

Natural Science

Credits

CHM 150 General Chemistry I 

5

NOTE: CHM 150 and CHM 151 transfer to UofM but are not specifically required for CHM major. However, they are pre-requisites for CHM 250 and CHM 251 at NMC.

CHM 151 General Chemistry II

5

CHM 250 Organic Chemistry I

5

CHM 251 Organic Chemistry II

5

PHY 221 Problems & Principles of Physics

5

PHY 222 Problems & Principles of Physics

5

Social Science

Credits

SPECIAL NOTE: Students who have accumulated more than 60 credits toward this program may want to complete their Social Science requirements at U of M to avoid accumulating too many credits at NMC. U of M accepts a maximum of 62 credits from NMC if students finish an ASA degree, or 60 credits if no degree.

Choose 7 credits representing 2 departments from the Social Science Area »

Humanities

Credits

SPECIAL NOTE: Students who have accumulated more than 60 credits toward this program may want to complete their Humanities requirements at U of M to avoid accumulating too many credits at NMC. U of M accepts a maximum of 62 credits from NMC if students finish an ASA degree, or 60 credits if no degree.

Choose 7 credits representing 2 departments from the Humanities Area»

Mathematics

Credits

MTH 141 Calculus I

5

MTH 142 Calculus II

5

MTH 241 Calculus III

4

MTH 251 Differential Equations

4

Additional Requirements

CHoose 9 additional credits from at least 3 areas in the Distribution List, and electives as needed »

Foreign Languages

Two years of 1 language. This requirement may be fulfilled in one of 3 ways:

  1. Completing the 2nd year of a college level foreign language;
  2. Passing the foreign language proficiency test given to entering U of M students during Orientation; or
  3. Scoring 600 or higher on the College Entrance Exam Achievement Test.

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 as early in your academic career (prior to transfer) as possible.

Updated: Spring 2017

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