General Education Course Work
Every college requires 100 and 200 level General Education courses to enhance the academic foundation for higher learning. Gen Ed classes can include writing, speech, social studies, math and humanities. At the University Center Gaylord, both North Central Michigan College (NCMC) and Kirtland Gaylord-MTEC offer many general education classes during the day and also in the evening.
Students who attend college elsewhere can take summer classes at the University Center to transfer back to their ‘home’ college or university. Each UC partner welcomes student inquiries about particular classes…….if there is enough interest in a specific class, they are happy to add it to their schedule.
Guest students must complete a Michigan Undergraduate Guest Application : Register MTU.edu/
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Associate Degree Programs
Associate of Arts
The NCMC Associate of Arts degree is for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university or who are following a planned bachelor’s degree program with a Gaylord University Center Partner.
Associate of General Studies
The NCMC Associate of General Studies is for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university or who are following a planned bachelor degree program with a Gaylord University Center Partner. Student’s intending to transfer to a Michigan college or university should use electives to satisfy the MACRAO Agreement. An AGS cannot be earned concurrently with an AA. This degree is ideal for the general studies student who has attended several other colleges and universities and wishes to complete a two-year degree.
Visit the NCMC website at http://www.ncmich.edu for a full listing of programs offered in Petoskey, Gaylord, and Cheboygan.