Educational Opportunities

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2+2 Program

Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) and Michigan Technological University have developed a new 2+2 degree program designed to increase student completion and reduce the cost for engineering students by formalizing agreements between the two institutions to accept and award credit for classes taken.

The engineering programs include:

  • Biomedical
  • Chemical
  • Civil
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Surveying
  • Sound Design

Students who complete this 2+2 program will be able to earn both an associate degree in science and arts at NMC and their bachelor of science in engineering in one of seven programs at Michigan Tech.

Two Business students on Michigan Tech's Campus

TechMBA®

Michigan Tech's accredited Master of Business Administration(MBA) program provides foundational skills—plus the cross-discipline advantage of studying at a top engineering and technology research university.

The TechMBA® is offered in the Grand Traverse area. Working professionals can earn a master's of business administration on their own schedule. Students meet with faculty and other students in MTU’s Grand Traverse Research Workspace to attend virtual courses one night per week.

  • 14 weeks of remote instruction
  • Free application