Central Michigan University
University Center Office: UC-1, 202
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Monday through Friday
Elaine Kas, Program Administrator, email@example.com
Located near the center of the state's lower peninsula, Central Michigan University is a comprehensive state university founded in 1892. It offers undergraduate, graduate, professional and pre-professional programs, as well as professional development seminars. Approximately 21,000 CMU on-campus students come from all 83 Michigan counties, plus 45 other states and a number of foreign countries.
Originally founded as a training school for teachers, it has steadily broadened it's focus. CMU achieved university status in 1959, and today offers over 120 programs at its Mt. Pleasant campus. In addition, through its Global Campus programs, CMU serves the education needs of more than 28,000 students in 50 locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico. More than 70,000 students, a number that represents nearly one-quarter of the university's living alumni, have received their degrees through CMU's Global Campus programs since they began in 1971.
CMU's Global Campus programs was created to serve the needs of working adult students by providing courses and student services at times and locations convenient to adults. The university has offered programs in Macomb County for more than 40 years, and enthusiastically supported the development of the University Center at Macomb Community College, and views the Center as a model for serving the adult student population.
Central Michigan University's main campus is on 800 acres on the southern boundary of Mt. Pleasant, a city of 25,000, in the center of Michigan. In addition to the University Center, CMU has extensions in Dearborn, Auburn Hills, Livonia, Southfield, Troy, and Warren, and in seventeen states, three Canadian provinces and Mexico.
Please note: bachelor's degrees with links include a Macomb transfer plan
Bachelor of Science in Administration with a concentration in Organizational Administration or Industrial Administration. This program is designed for students who have completed the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science Degree.
Bachelor of Applied Arts in Administration with a concentration in Organizational Administration or Industrial Administration. This program is designed for students who have completed the Associate of Applied Science Degree.
Bachelor of Science in Community Development with a concentration in Public Administration, Health Sciences or Community Services.
Masters of Science in Administration with a concentration in General Administration, Health Services, Human Resources, Information Resource Management, Public Administration, International Administration or Leadership.