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Class Offerings & Catalogs

Excited about choosing courses and planning your schedule? Find the classes you need at times convenient to you by using Search for Sections below. Or, explore the catalog first and discover the degree or certificate program that’s right for you!

Search for Sections: How to Use

Using Advanced Search

  1. Select a term from the dropdown menu – start and end dates are optional.
  2. Select a subject from the dropdown menu – course number and section are optional.
  3. Click on a course to find class sections during the specified term.
  4. Apply filter(s) of your choice, e.g. day of week, time, location.

If you know the course code for the class sections you are looking for, you can also use the search bar in the top right corner.

Using Subject Search

  1. Scroll down and select a subject.
  2. Select a term from the panel to the left.
  3. Click on a course to find class sections during the specified term.
  4. Apply filter(s) of your choice, e.g. day of the week, time, location.

If you know the course code for the class sections you are looking for, you can also use the search bar in the top right corner.

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Future and Current Students

Macomb provides future and current students with what they need to succeed, including assistance in applying for admission, registering for classes and continuing their education at Macomb.

Future Students

Current/Admitted Students

 Workforce and Continuing Education Students

Macomb offers extensive short-term training options through Workforce and Continuing Education (WCE), as well as many personal and professional development opportunities. WCE courses and programs do not require college admission and do not award college credit.

Catalogs

The college Catalog is updated each year and provides the most current information on all the academic programs offered by Macomb, including certificate/degree requirements, suggested course sequences and course descriptions. It is important students know their “catalog year” (first year at Macomb) to ensure they are following the certificate/degree requirements that will result in successful completion of a program.

Macomb Community College

For access to catalogs predating 2016-2017, please go to the e-catalog archive.

University Center

Workforce & Continuing Education

Official Course Syllabi

Course Syllabi provide an overview of the courses offered at Macomb, including content, objectives and expected outcomes. To find the syllabus for a specific course, click on the search bar at the top right corner.

Questions?

Email: answer@macomb.edu