The first step to becoming an MCC student is finding a program that’s right for you. Whether you’re seeking an associate’s degree, a certificate in your field, transferring to a four-year university, or you just want to take classes for personal satisfaction, we’ve got a program to suit your goals. MCC offers students more than 100 fascinating areas of study to choose from.
Click on one of these options and start exploring now!
You will need to have an academic plan code later in the enrollment process. This code will be used to set up your academic plan, which could be a degree, certificate, or area of interest.
If you are planning on earning a degree or certificate, follow the steps below to determine the four-digit academic plan code for the program you are interested in. If you are not planning on getting a degree or certificate, skip to the table below.
Find the program you are interested in by using the options above to explore what MCC offers
Find the degree or certificate you want inside a program and click on Course List or Course Sequence
Make note of the four-digit major code. This is also called an academic plan code. You'll use this number later during enrollment and academic advisement
|Educational Plan||Academic Plan Code|
|Current university student taking courses to meet university requirements||7110|
|Taking courses to transfer (not intending to earn a degree/certificate)||7152|
|Taking courses for job skills (not intending to earn a degree/certificate)||7100|
|Current high school student taking courses (dual or concurrent enrollment)||7111|
Don't worry if you aren't sure which academic plan you want to follow at this time. Academic advisors can assist you further once you connect with them later in the enrollment process.
Did the program you select, such as English or Math, not have a degree or certificate listed? Academic advisors can also assist you with those questions as well.
Still undecided? Career Services can help find that program or career path just for you.
Overall, be sure that you have written down your academic plan code before proceeding on to the next step.