Martin Community College offers a variety of curriculum programs. Within each program, you can usually earn a degree, diploma, or certificate. For specific rules and requirements, see the current MCC College Catalog.
(Note: the following is a list of curriculum programs intended for students seeking to earn a degree, diploma, or certificate. If you would like to see continuing-education offerings, check Continuing-Education.)
Thinking of transferring to a 4-year university? If a student earns an associate degree or takes courses from MCC, many of the credits earned may count toward a four-year degree from any UNC System university. Careful planning will help a student proceed toward the completion of a four-year degree with efficiency and minimal cost. Learn more at Advising Tools for NC Community College Transfer Students.
Learn more about transfer courses at Comprehensive Articulation Agreement.
College Transfer Programs
Associate in Arts and Associate in Science (CIP 24.0101)
|A.A. Degree (A10100)
|A.S. Degree (A10400)
|A.A. Pathway for Career and College Promise High School Students (P1012C)
|A.S. Pathway for Career and College Promise High School Students (P1042C)
General Education (CIP 24.0199)
|General Education A.G.E. Degree (A10300)
|Associate in General Education - Nursing (A1030N)
|Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Pathway for Career and College Promise High School Students (P1032C)
Non-major, Non-degree, and Visiting Students
Special Credit (T90990)
Students who anticipate enrolling in only a few courses may be admitted as Special Credit students for up to 18 semester hours. These students need to complete an admission application.
If a student wishes to enroll in a course for which there is a prerequisite, student must show evidence of having met that requirement.
Students wishing to earn more than 18 hours of credit must declare a major.