Starting your collegiate education at Mayland Community College then transferring to a 4-year institution is a popular path toward finishing your bachelor’s degree. At MCC, you can complete an associate degree, while saving thousands of dollars on the cost of your first two years of college. Earning your associate degree will provide you with a credential one step closer towards your bachelor’s degree.
At Mayland, you’ll do it the help of world-class instructors in small classes, all for about half the cost of other colleges. Our credits transfer to just about any four-year university in the state. In fact, Mayland students have gone on to four-year schools across the state.
Counselors can help you understand the transfer process and the steps required to transition successfully. Receive guidance in understanding articulation agreements and course equivalencies, deciding which transfer courses to take at Mayland, and deciding which transfer college is best for you. Research any college in the nation and gain assistance in applying to colleges.
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The North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) makes it easier to transfer your general education courses earned at MCC to participating 4-year institutions. Many North Carolina schools have developed baccalaureate degree plans (BDPs), also called Transfer Guides or Pathways, to help students identify the best community college courses to take depending on their intended major.
Private schools Transfer Guides for specific majors.
See the following links for more information:
May receive in-state tuition
East Tennessee State University
When deciding where to transfer, there are a few things to consider including: whether the credits you have earned are transferable to that institution, the compatibility between the Mayland Community College program and the program at other institutions, and the availability of the program you are seeking. We have a variety of transfer agreements with other Colleges and Universities. Click the links below for more details on those partnerships!
East Carolina University: Computer Information Technology
East Tennessee State University: Electronics Engineering Technology, Human Services Technology, Associate Degree of Nursing
Gardner Webb University: Business Administration Technology, Human Services Technology, Associate Degree of Nursing
Lees McRae University: Business Administration Technology, Criminal Justice Technology, Human Services Technology, Associate Degree of Nursing
Mars Hill University: Human Services Technology
Milligan University: Business Administration Technology, Associate Degree of Nursing
UNC at Charlotte: Electronics Engineering Technology
Western Carolina University: Criminal Justice Technology
Associate Degree of Nursing: East Tennessee State University, Gardner Webb University, Lees McRae College
Business Administration Technology: Gardner Webb University, Milligan College, Lees McRae College
Criminal Justice Technology: Gardner Webb University, Lees McRae, Western Carolina University
Computer Engineering Technology: Gardner Webb University, Lees McRae, Western Carolina University
Computer Information Technology: East Carolina University & Lenoir-Rhyne University & Milligan University
Electronics Engineering Technology: East Tennessee State University UNC at Charlotte, Western Carolina University
Human Services Technology: Gardner Webb, East Tennessee State University, Lees McRae College, Mars Hill University
MCC students have transferred to over 32 different 4-year colleges and universities.
TOP Transferring Institutions