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2019 - 2020 Catalog

Michigan Transfer Agreement


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Michigan Transfer Agreement

Completion of requirements for the Associate in Arts Degree, Associate in Science Degree or Associate in Fine Arts may fulfill the requirements for the Michigan Transfer Agreement. Please see Transfer and Career Education Articulations  for an overview of this agreement.

It is highly recommended that all students consult with a representative of Admissions and/or Counseling/Advising & Career Services regarding transfer plans and course planning to ensure all course sections fulfill articulation and degree plans. It is also recommended that you review and work closely with your intended transfer institution to align all courses taken at Delta College to the general education and program specific requirements for the college or university you wish to attend after Delta College.

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) Course Distribution Requirements (minimum of 30 credits) must be completed from distribution below. Note: A minimum grade of “C” (2.0) is required in all MTA courses.

Discipline

Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) Requirements

 

English Composition

ENG 111 , ENG 111A , ENG 111B , ENG 111C , ENG 111H , ENG 112 , ENG 112A , ENG 112H , ENG 113 , ENG 211 , ENG 211H  

1 Course

English Composition or Communications

ENG 111 , ENG 111A , ENG 111B , ENG 111C , ENG 111H , ENG 112 , ENG 112A , ENG 112H , ENG 113 , ENG 211 , ENG 211H , ENG 213 , COM – ANY

1 Course

Social Sciences

Select from two different subjects

2 Courses

Humanities

Select from two different subjects – excluding studio and performance courses

2 Courses

Natural Science

Select from two different subjects, with one course containing a lab (L)

2 Courses

Mathematics

Select at least one from the following: College Algebra, Statistics, Quantitative Reasoning (a.k.a. everyday math), or an advanced level course in any of these areas

1 Course

Total Credits

Note:  Additional courses for the list below may need to be taken to reach 30 credit hours

Minimum 30 credits

 

Courses Meeting MTA Requirements

ENGLISH COMPOSITION

See chart above

ENGLISH COMPOSITON OR COMMUNICATIONS

See chart above

SOCIAL SCIENCES

ECN

221W, 222W

PSY 101CW, 101W, 211CW, 211HW, 211W, 223W, 225W, 227W, 230W, 231W, 235W, 241W, 251W
GEO 113W,116W, 222, 223W, 226W, 255W, 260W, 262 SOC 211HW, 211W, 212W, 215W, 221W, 230W,  231HW, 231W, 233W, 265W, 288W, 289W
HIS 111CW, 111HW, 111W, 112HW, 112W, 215W, 217W, 221W, 222CW, 222W, 225W, 237W, 240HW, 240W SSI 110W, 120W, 229W, 232W, 234W, 240W, 288W, 289W, 293
IHU 110W, 120W, 210, 232W, 234W, 240W, 274, 280W, 281W TTI 100W
POL 103HW, 103W, 105HW, 105W, 212W, 215W, 220W, 221W, 223W, 225W, 228W, 229W, 232W, 241W    

HUMANITIES

ART

151W, 152W, 251W, 255W

HIS

111CW, 111HW, 111W, 112HW, 112W, 215W, 217W, 221W, 222CW, 222W, 225W, 237W, 240HW, 240W

ASL

111, 112, 113, 114, 211, 212, 200W

IHU

101, 110W, 120W, 161, 162, 201HW, 202, 210, 226W, 232W, 234W, 240W, 245W, 274, 280W, 281W, 296,

COM

112CW, 112HW, 112W, 114HW, 114W, 212W, 214W, 215W, 216W, 224W, 235W, 236W, 244W, 245W, 246W

MUS

103, 111, 112, 118, 119W, 120W

EMB

131, 140, 161, 175W, 229W

PHL

221, 203W, 205W, 211HW, 211W, 213HW, 213W, 214W, 215W, 225W, 240HW, 240W, 250

ENG

120, 201HW, 219W, 220W, 221W, 222W, 223W, 224HW, 224W, 226W, 227CW, 227W, 228HW, 228W, 229HW, 229W, 232W, 241W, 242W, 245W, 246W, 247, 250W, 251W, 252W, 253, 254, 256, 257, 262W,  269W, 271HW, 271W, 272W, 274W, 276W, 277W, 278W, 283W, 285W

SPA

111, 112, 113W, 211, 212, 214, 275

FR

111, 112, 113W, 214, 211W, 212W, 275,

SSI

110W, 120W, 232W, 234W, 240W, 288W, 289W

GE

111, 112, 211, 212

 

 

MATHEMATICS

MTH

118AW, 118W, 120, 121, 122W, 151, 160, 161, 162, 208W, 209W, 260, 261, 263, 264

NATURAL SCIENCE (L) = Lab Course

AST

111, 111L(L)

GLG

102, 111(L),  112(L),  115, 118(L), 122, 123, 125, 130(L), 230(L), 262AW, 262BW, 262W, 265, 266, 267,

BIO

101W, 110W(L), 111W(L), 113, 114, 114A, 119, 123, 126, 126AW, 130W(L), 140W(L), 152W(L), 153W(L), 160AW, 160BW, 171(L), 172W(L), 199, 199H,  203W(L), 219, 221(L), 230HW, 230W, 240(L), 241(L), 271, 274, 280,

PHY

101(L),  111(L), 112(L),  211(L), 212(L), 213

CHM

100W(L), 101W(L), 105W(L), 106W(L), 107(L), 111(L), 111H(L),  112(L), 112H(L), 210, 210LW(L), 220, 220LW(L), 221, 222LW(L), 230(L), 231

PSC

101(L), 102(L), 103W(L)

GEO

111W(L), 261, 267

SCI

150, 249A, 249(L), 299

Courses listed in two different disciplines may only be counted in one or the other, but not both.

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