FLINT — Mott Community College, (MCC) announces three new transfer agreements with the UM-Flint Music department. The transfer agreements will allow MCC Music majors to directly transfer their community college credits toward a Bachelor of Music (B.M.), a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Music Education (B.M.E.) at UM-Flint. This is in addition to MCC’s standing transfer agreement with the Saginaw Valley State University Music Department.
“This is an outstanding opportunity for students to begin their Music career at Mott where they benefit from a highquality program, visiting artists, state of the art facilities, and performance opportunities,” said Dr. Townes Miller, Professor of Music and Program, Outreach & Fellowship Coordinator.
In order to be a music major at MCC, interested students must: apply to MCC; fill out the online music program application found at www.music.mcc.edu; take the music theory placement; and schedule an audition.
Students interested in pursuing an Associate of Fine Arts degree in Music at Mott and transfer to UM-Flint or SVSU, should contact Dr. Townes Osborn Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or the division office at 810-762- 0332.
The Music program at MCC offers a broad musical curriculum from classical to jazz and commercial music, in three degree and one certificate program. Music degrees available include an associate degree in General Studies, associate degree in Fine Arts-Music, Music Technology Associate’s degree of Applied Science, and a Music Technology Certificate.
The MCC Music program also offers a Fellowship in Music. The Fellows program is for students who desire to be leaders in the field of music, providing a clear pathway to completion of a bachelor’s degree in music. Fellows receive a full-ride scholarship at MCC, giving the Fellow an opportunity to complete their first two years (up to six semester) to earn their Associate of Fine Arts in Music degree. — G.G.