Bachelor Degree Programs

Northwood University

Entrepreneurship

The mission of the Entrepreneurship program is to provide students with a well-rounded education in business enterprise models and entrepreneurial bases. By combining a rigorous academic curriculum, leadership development, experiential learning, and relationships with industry leaders, graduates prepare to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs.

Hospitality Management

The mission of the Hospitality Management program is to provide students with a well-rounded education, experience, and career preparation for tomorrow’s hospitality executives. With specialized courses, students receive a solid business management core and collegiate curriculum requirements to create a diverse education.

Management

The mission of the Management program is to provide students with a well rounded education in general management.  The Management program is designed to integrate a foundation of business education and expertise that prepares graduates for a variety of professional business careers.

Madonna University

Social Work

The Bachelor of Social Work is designed to prepare students for entry-level professional employment in the human service field and for graduate professional education. This degree combines skills-building and theoretical content with a broad liberal arts foundation and is nationally accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

 

At University Center Gaylord, students have access to a state-of-the-art computer learning and research laboratory. Class offerings are taught through a variety of methods such as in-class lecture, interactive television courses and Internet on-line courses. Technical training is provided “hands-on” in technical labs. Through the various colleges, students receive full career and employment services.

The MACRAO Transfer Agreements through Kirtland Gaylord M-TEC allow for smooth transferability of courses among participating Michigan colleges and universities.

It stipulates that 30 semester hours of 100-level and above compatible general coursework will satisfy typical freshman and sophomore-level general education requirements for the bachelor’s degree at participating universities. A Kirtland Community College student who completes the 30 credit hours for the MACRAO Transfer Agreement and who seeks to transfer to another institution must request that Student Services stamp his/her transcript “MACRAO Agreement Satisfied.” Check each school’s policies for further information.