What is the MTA?
MTA refers to the Michigan Transfer Agreement. This endorsement on a transfer degree assures that the student has satisfied the requirements of the agreement by completing 30 credits with at least a "C" in each course:
--English Composition I and either English Composition II or a Communications course
--Two humanities classes from two disciplines* (Studio classes are not allowed.)
--Two social science classes from two disciplines**
--Quantitative Literacy or higher***
--Two science classes from two disciplines. At least one must include a lab. ****
Kirtland Community College has determined that the following courses meet the requirements:
*Humanities—ART-10000, ART-10103 & ART-11700, ENG-21400 or higher, any HIS, HUM-20500, MUS-10100, MUS-12300 & MUS-12500, any PHL or THE-12000
**Social Science—any ECO, GEO, POL, PSY or SOC
***Math—MTH-12500, MTH-13000, MTH-18001, MTH-20600, MTH-22002 or MTH-22102
****Science –any AST, BIO, CHE, GEL or PHY course
Articulation Agreements & Transfer Guides
Bachelor's Degree completion: http://www.kirtland.edu/wp-content/uploads/registrar/college-articulation-credit/Bellevue-University-Memorandum-of-Understanding.pdf
BBA-Multiple guides: http://www.kirtland.edu/wp-content/uploads/registrar/college-articulation-credit/Davenport-University.pdf
BS-Networking Technology: http://www.kirtland.edu/wp-content/uploads/registrar/college-articulation-credit/Kaplan-University-All-agreements.pdf
Bachelor of Social Work: http://www.kirtland.edu/wp-content/uploads/registrar/college-articulation-credit/Madonna-University-Social-Work.pdf
Palmer College of Chiropractic
BS and Doctor of Chiropractic: http://www.kirtland.edu/wp-content/uploads/registrar/college-articulation-credit/Palmer-College-of-Chiropractic.pdf
Saginaw Valley State University
BA-Elementary Education http://www.kirtland.edu/wp-content/uploads/registrar/college-articulation-credit/SVSU-Elementary-Education.pdf
See additional transfer information on the web at
Remember! When thinking about transferring the question is not
"Will my class transfer?" BUT...
"HOW will my class transfer?
Will this class satisfy a requirement or elective for my desired degree?"