Transfer Agreements
 

All interested students must meet the Marygrove College admission requirements for transfer students as outlined in the catalog. Only those courses with a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) or better or the equivalent score are eligible to be considered for transfer to Marygrove College. Interested students can obtain general education and academic program transfer guides from the College and/or Marygrove Admissions Department.

The student must have a good foundation in the social sciences, English, humanities, natural science, and American government.

BAHAMAS BAPTIST COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students who have earned an Associate of Arts degree from Bahamas Baptist Community College will be accepted to Marygrove College into an appropriate Bachelor’s degree program, however, transfer credits will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis under the terms specified by the agreement.

HENRY FORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Elementary & Secondary Education
Students who have earned an Associate of Arts degree from Henry Ford Community College with a concentration in Pre-Elementary Education or Pre-Secondary Education may transfer all credits up to a maximum of sixty-four (64) semester hours toward the bachelor’s degree with Teacher Certification at Marygrove College.

Social Work
Students who are fulfilling the requirements for the Associate of Arts degree in one of the human services programs at Henry Ford Community College can also fulfill some of the requirements for the Bachelor of Social Work degree from Marygrove if the following requirements are met:

The student uses the Marygrove College Social Work Transfer Guide for Henry Ford Community College. The Transfer Guide lists the classes Henry Ford Community College requires for the Associate of Arts degree and indicates which classes are considered equivalent to Marygrove courses and which are considered elective credits in social work.

Once the student gains general admission to Marygrove College, she or he must enroll in a social work course in order to submit an application to the social work program for formal acceptance.

MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Social Work
Students who are fulfilling the requirements for the Associate degree in one of the human services programs at Macomb Community College can also fulfill some of the requirements for the Bachelor of Social Work degree from Marygrove if the following requirements are met:

The student uses the Marygrove College Social Work Transfer Guide for Macomb Community College students. The transfer guide lists the classes Macomb Community College requires for the Associate degree and indicates which are considered elective credits in social work.

Once the student gains general admission to Marygrove College, she or he must enroll in a social work course in order to submit an application to the social work program for formal acceptance.

Child Development
Students who have earned an Associate in Applied Science from Macomb Community College with a concentration in Early Childhood Care may transfer all college level credit up to a maximum of sixty-four (64) semester hours toward the Bachelor of Arts, Early Childhood Education major or the Bachelor of Arts, Child Development major.

MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Social Work
Students who have met the requirements for an Associate degree at Monroe Community College can also fulfill some of the requirements for the Bachelor of Social Work degree from Marygrove if the following conditions are met:

The student uses the Marygrove College Social Work Transfer Guide for Monroe Community College students. The Transfer Guide lists the classes MCC requires for the Associate of Arts degree and those that Marygrove requires for the BSW degree. Classes that are equivalent are indicated.

Once the student gains general admission to Marygrove College, she or he must enroll in a social work course before submitting an application to the social work program for formal acceptance. The Admission’s Committee of the Social Work Advisory Board grants formal acceptance into the program.

ST. CLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Social Work
Students who have met the requirements for the Associate in Applied Arts and Science degree with a concentration in Human Services/Mental Health at St. Clair Community College are assured that sixty-four (64) semester hours of credit in total will be accepted in transfer. Many students completing the HS/MH program obtain the BSW at Marygrove within two years.

WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Social Work
Students who are fulfilling the requirements for the Associate degree in one of the human services programs at Wayne County Community College District can also fulfill some of the requirements for the BSW degree from Marygrove if the following requirements are met:

The student uses the Marygrove College Social Work Transfer Guide for Wayne County Community College District Students. The Transfer Guide lists the classes WCCCD requires for the Associate of Arts degree and indicates which classes are considered equivalent to Marygrove courses and which are considered elective credits in social work.

Once the student gains general admission to Marygrove College, she or he must enroll in a social work course in order to submit an application to the social work program for formal acceptance.

Child Development
Students who have earned an Associate in Applied Science degree from Wayne County Community College District with a concentration in Child Care Training may transfer all college level credits up to a maximum of sixty-four (64) semester hours toward the Bachelor of Arts, Early Childhood Education major, or the Bachelor of Arts, Child Development major.

Elementary and Secondary Teacher Education
Students who have earned an Associate of Arts degree from Wayne County Community College District with a concentration in Pre-Service Education/Urban Teacher (Elementary or Secondary Education) may transfer all college level credits up to a maximum of sixty-four (64) semester hours toward a bachelor’s degree.

OTHER INSTITUTIONS

Michigan Montessori Teacher Education Center
All graduates of the Michigan Montessori Teacher Education Center who satisfy Marygrove College entrance requirements will be eligible for admission to Marygrove College. Upon presentation of a certificate, you will be granted twenty-two (22) semester hours of credit.

This affiliation program enables graduates with a specialization in Child Development to pursue advanced studies toward an Associate of Arts or a Bachelor of Arts degree.

UAW-Ford, UAW-GM, UAW-Chrysler Education Programs

Employees are encouraged to contact the education counselor in their plant for information about educational opportunities available to them through Marygrove College. The plant education advisor or Marygrove’s Admissions Counselor can help automotive employees develop education plans and take advantage of the education benefits of their contract.

VETERANS
Veterans are eligible for one (1) semester hour of credit for each year of active military service performed up to a maximum of four (4) semester hours of credit. Veterans may consult with an admissions counselor on the possibility of credit for educational experiences in the armed services.

 

Transfer Credit Equivalency

Marygrove College is pleased to offer prospective students the ability to check the transferability of courses taken at other institutions. Please review the information provided below which will help you in understanding our transfer credit policy. We are continuously updating our transfer equivalencies; if a course is not listed, it has not yet been evaluated and may or may not be transferable

Generally, Marygrove will accept college level courses from an accredited institution if a grade of C (2.0 grade point average) or better was obtained and if the course is comparable to course offerings and programs of study offered at Marygrove. Although developmental courses (below 100 level) are not transferable, they may be used in determining course placement.

Marygrove College allows for the transfer of a maximum of 64 semester hours of credit from a two-year accredited institution. A maximum of 98 (with no more than 84 lower division credit hours – 100/200 level) semester hours of credit may be transferred from four-year colleges or universities. If you have attended both two-year and four-year institutions, you may transfer a maximum of 98 semester hours of credit from all institutions attended.

Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution to Marygrove in order to be deemed official and considered for evaluation.

Transfer Equivelency Reports:
>> Henry Ford Community College
>> Macomb Community College
>> Schoolcraft College
>> Wayne County Community College

 

Transfer Credit (Graduate Students)

In some instances, the student may transfer semester hours of graduate credit to a Marygrove graduate program from another accredited graduate institution. However, the following provisions apply:

  • A maximum of 6 hours, of the total of 30-34 credit hours required, may be transferred for graduate programs.
  • A maximum of 9 hours may be transferred for graduate programs of 35 or more credit hours.
  • The course(s) must be acceptable in a graduate program sequence validated by written approval of the program coordinator.
  • The grade for the graduate course(s) must be B (3.0) or better.
  • An official transcript of the graduate course(s) must be on file in the Registrar’s Office.
  • The date of completion of the course(s) must fall within the six- year time limit specified in the “Academic Policies” section of the graduate catalog.

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