MiTransfer Pathway: Criminal Justice


The MiTransfer Pathway Criminal Justice 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 Criminal Justice Associate of Arts program.


full Agreement (dec. 2019)View the full agreement online through the link above or download a PDF.


Participating Michigan Association of State Universities


Eastern Michigan

  • Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Arts

Ferris State University

  • Bachelor of Science/Criminal Justice

Grand Valley State University

  • School of Criminal Justice B.A. & B.S. in Criminal Justice

Lake Superior State University

  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (Concentrations in: Criminalistics, Law Enforcement, Public Safety, Homeland Security, Conservation Officer, and Generalist)

Michigan State University

  • BA in Criminal Justice

Northern Michigan University

  • College of Health Sciences and Professional Studies B.S. in Criminal Justice

Oakland University

  • Criminal Justice

Saginaw Valley State University

  • Criminal Justice B.A.

University of Michigan-Dearborn

  • BA/Criminology and Criminal Justice

Wayne State University

  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice


Participating Independent Colleges and Universities


Andrews University

  • B.S. Sociology, Criminal Justice Concentration

Baker College

  • Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice

Finlandia University

  • Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

Spring Arbor University

  • Bachelor of Arts – Criminal Justice

University of Detroit Mercy

  • Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice
Tore Skogseth, Student Success Counselor
Brandy Bunting, Counselor
Lisa Gardner, Advisor