Health Sciences Transfer

Get More from Your Transfer Degree

We don't think about starting at Mid as "starting small." We think about it as dreaming big. Our transfer degrees are designed for flexibility. They promote our students' curiosity, critical reasoning, and confidence, along with their ability to form complex connections between concepts and between themselves and others.

Mid specializes in general education and introductory-level classes, because they account for so much of what we offer. Our experienced faculty care, and they carefully develop coursework that promotes broad and deep student learning.

Who should pursue this degree?

Our Health Science Transfer graduates go on to bachelor degree programs in many fields:

  • Nursing
  • Community / Public Health
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Exercise Physiology / Science
  • Medical Case Management
  • School Health Education
  • Environmental Health and Safety
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • And More...

What universities accept this degree?

Our Health Science Transfer graduates have options. Because we build each student's learning plan based on their particular goals for transfer, the possibilities are broad.

Currently, Mid has transfer agreements and articulation agreements with close to 35 different colleges and universities in Michigan and beyond.

Our RN-BSN articulations with Michigan State University, Ferris State University, University of Michigan-Flint, Saginaw Valley State University, Eastern Michigan University, and Grand Valley State University allow students to complete about three-quarters of their BSNs (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) while at Mid and achieve their ADN (Associate Degree in Nursing) along the way.

To find out what transfer plans are currently in place, select a university from our transfer tool and investigate its transfer guides.

Even if you don't see your intended university listed, you have options. We'll work directly with other universities to discover what Mid courses and degrees will work for you.

ADN-BSN for Nurses

Future nurses can complete nearly 70% of their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degrees at Mid while also pursuing their Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN). We have partnerships with a number of universities including:

To view an overview of all of Mid's ADN-BSN agreements, along with helpful information for each of our partner universities, click HERE.

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Research Health Science Careers

Students are encouraged to meet with an Academic Advisor to select courses that are appropriate for their academic and career goals.

Page 1 of the guide sheet below lists the courses and electives needed to complete the degree. The Distribution Group and Designated MTA course list is on page 2 of the document and can be used as a reference for selecting electives.

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