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Transfer Agreements & Advising Pathways

The Transfer Advising Pathways (TAPs) are guides to assist students who are completing an identified AA/AS/AAS degree and wish to transfer and pursue a Bachelor’s degree.

Students are encouraged to contact the MCC Transfer Advisor and the intended four year college to ensure a smooth transition. Additional pathways may be available for other colleges.


Western Kentucky University TAPs

AA - Business

AA - Elementary Education

AA - Health Sciences

AA - History

AA - Middle School Language and Social Studies

AA - Middle School Math

AA - Psychology

AA - Secondary Education History

AA - Secondary Education Social Studies

AA - Social Studies

AA - Sociology

AAS Advanced Integrated Technology to WKU BS Systems Management

AAS Advanced Integrated Technology to WKU BS Technology Management

AAS Air Conditioning Technology to WKU BS Technology Management

AAS Biomedical Technology Systems to WKU BS Technology Management

AAS Business Administration to WKU BS Management with Concentration in Business Administration

AAS Computer Information Technologies to AA to WKU BS Computer Information Technology

AAS Computer Information Technologies to AA to WKU BS Computer Information Technology

AAS Energy Management to WKU BS Systems Management

AAS Energy Management to WKU BS Technology Management

AAS Medical Information Technology to AS to WKU BS Health Science

AAS Medical Laboratory Technician to AS to WKU BS Health Science

AAS Mining Technology to WKU BS Systems Management

AAS Mining Technology to WKU BS Technology Management

OTA to AA to WKU BS HS

AAS PTA to AS to WKU BS Health Science to WKU DPT

AAS PTA to AS to WKU BS Health Science

AAS Surgical First Assisting to AA to WKU BS Health Science

AAS Welding Technology to WKU BS Technology Management

AS - BSN Nursing

AS - Elementary Education

AS - Biology

AS - Health Sciences

AS Middle School Math

AS Middle School Science

KCTCS Transfer Agreements

The General Education Transfer Policy guarantees that if you complete an associate in arts or associate in science degree at a KCTCS college, any Kentucky public university will accept your general education credits as meeting lower-division general education requirements. The general education requirements covered in this policy may not meet requirements for specific majors. This means that while these credits will be accepted, they may not meet all the general education requirements of your specific degree program. Check with the faculty and staff at the college or university you choose to attend to find out what general education requirements you need to take for your degree program.


KCTCS Partnerships for online degrees

Indiana Wesleyan University also offers ten online bachelor’s degrees in accounting, addictions counseling, business administration, business information systems, management, marketing, general studies, biblical studies, criminal justice, and nursing. These programs are delivered one course every five weeks over about an 18- to 24-month period. After enrollment, registration into each course is automatic, with textbooks being mailed to you automatically as well. You may enter the programs with advanced standing with up to 94 credits transferring. Stop by the Advising and Transfer Center to discuss this option further with an advisor.

A partnership with Regis University allows students who earn an associate in arts or an associate in science degree from KCTCS to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program with junior class standing and 60 to 90 academic credits toward a bachelor’s degree. All bachelor’s programs offered by Regis in this agreement can be completed online, including accounting, business administration, communication, computer information systems, computer networking, computer science, finance, marketing, and public administration.

Strayer University offers online bachelor’s degrees in accounting, computer information systems, computer networking, database technology, economics, international business and internetworking technology.

Franklin University has partnered with KCTCS to offer 3+1 seamless transfer degrees. MCC students are encouraged to complete their Associate degree and up to an additional 24 credit hours at MCC to maximize their transfer credits toward a Bachelor’s degree at Franklin University. For more information about Franklin University and their programs visit www.franklin.edu or http://www.franklin.edu/advisorresources.

For assistance with transfer, contact Lori Johnson in the Advising and Transfer Center.