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University Transfer Programs
Midland College University Connections offers students multiple options for either beginning or completing their education. Programs and courses are now offered by Baylor University, Midwestern State University, Sul Ross State University, Texas A&M University-College Station, Texas A&M University-Kingsville Texas Tech University, University of North Texas, and Western Governors University.
These programs and courses are taught at the junior, senior, and graduate level, and complement and enhance Midland College offerings.
Midland College is pleased to administer, coordinate, and support a unified effort to respond to changing and evolving student needs. Institutions of higher education that are interested in this kind of collaboration are invited to contact the Dr. Margaret Wade at Midland College University Connections, (432) 685-4615.
You may also review our Frequently Asked Questions
All University Connections books are available at the Midland College Bookstore
Bookstore hours for the fall and spring semesters:
Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Bookstore hours for the summer:
Monday through Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(If Spring Interim/Summer students need a Scantron for a Friday exam, they need to visit the bookstore Monday-Thursday)
Grants and Scholarships
Noyce Scholars Program
A Program for Students Pursuing Careers as STEM Teachers
This is a collaboration between Midland College and Texas Tech University. The Noyce Scholars program is primarily designed for undergraduate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) students who are interested in making an impact through teaching. The program is divided into two tracks: Pre-Noyce Summer Fellows and Noyce Scholars. More on this program at www.depts.ttu.edu/stem/noyce
South Plains Mathematics Fellows
The South Plains Mathematics Fellows (SPMF) program provides academically talented students from underrepresented, low-income families with scholarships for undergraduate study leading to a degree in mathematics. In addition to the standard coursework, SPMF scholars will have a support system designed specifically to enhance their academic experiences and ensure retention and success. Midland College students may receive up to $2,000 per year while attending MC and majoring in mathematics. Students pursuing the SPMF Program should follow this curriculum (Adobe .pdf file). More information about the program at www.math.ttu.edu/outreach/spmf/ .
For more information about these grants and scholarships, please contact:
Margaret Wade, EdD
Midland College, Health Services Management, BAS
This Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program’s core courses are based on best practices in current healthcare system management and include topics such as public and community health, legal issues, healthcare system trends, statistics, communications, financial and risk management, and supervision. Program tracks address specializations that occur within healthcare management based on employer size, complexity or organizational structure.
For more information contact:
Midland College Business Studies Division, BAT
This Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) program is designed to broaden career opportunities for students and better their chances for promotion to supervisory positions. The program is designed to provide a career-ladder for students who have already completed an associate degree and who wish to continue their education at the bachelor's level.
For more information contact:
The Baylor Bound transfer agreement enables MC students to transfer easily to Baylor University. The program serves highly motivated students who, upon meeting the program’s criteria, will transfer to Baylor to complete their baccalaureate degrees. More information about the Baylor Bound program.
Midwestern State University Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree at Midwestern State University (MSU) allows students earning a Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science Degree at Midland College to transfer up to 69 hours to MSU for the BAAS Degree. All accredited technical-vocational, work force education and academic courses applicable to the BAAS degree plan (up to 69 semester credit hours) in which semester credit hours are earned will be accepted in transfer in the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree program.
• MSU BAAS Articulation Agreement
• MSU BAAS Degree Plan
Texas A&M University - College Station
TAMU/MC Biomedical Sciences Program Agreement - Biomedical Science is the broad field of applied biology related to health and disease. Many pre-professional health science students choose this degree as an entry into medical, dental, pharmacy and other health career professional schools.
• Learn more about the TAMU Biomedical Sciences Program (Adobe .pdf file)
• Review the TAMU/MC Biomedical Sciences Program Degree Plan (Adobe .pdf file)
Texas A&M University - Kingsville
Texas A & M Kingsville (TAMUK) is a public research university located in Kingsville, Texas and is one of the campuses comprising the Texas A&M University System. The university has programs in engineering, agriculture, wildlife, music, and the sciences and developed the nation's first doctoral degree in bilingual education.
• TAMUK/MC Biology Degree Agreement (Adobe .pdf file)
• TAMUK/MC Chemistry Degree Agreement (Adobe .pdf file)
University of North Texas - Primary Care Pathway
Project partners are Midland College (MC), Midland Memorial Hospital (MMH), the University of North Texas in Denton (UNT), and the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth (UNTHSC). Participants successfully completing the program will gain automatic admission into the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.
• UNT/MC Primary Care Pathway Agreement (Adobe .pdf file)
• UNT/MC Primary Care Pathway Curriculum (Adobe .pdf file)
Bachelor & Master Programs
SRSU @ MC
Sul Ross State University offers upper-level undergraduate courses on the Midland College main campus via video conferencing. Students may take courses leading to degrees in Biology, Geology, Education, Mathematics, Kinesiology, Criminal Justice and English.
Texas Tech University
• Bachelor of Science in Architecture
The College of Architecture prepares professional architects, advances design practice, and promotes new architectural knowledge through diverse, creative, and interdisciplinary research and education. Recognizing the broad range of leading roles for architects today, the program nurtures a variety of skills and talents offering design specializations and innovative technology expertise to face the great challenges of our local, regional, global, and future environmental contexts
Students from Midland College who successfully complete ARTS 1316 may transfer this course to TTU for ARCH 1341.
• TTU Architecture Degree Plan (Adobe .pdf file)
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
• Master of Physician Assistant Studies
A separate application is required.
For more information, click on the link above or call (432) 620-1120.
Western Governors University
For more information, click on the link above or call (866) 225-5948.
Western Governors University is a non-profit, online university. Financial discounts and scholarships are available to Midland graduates and staff. Semesters begin on the first of each month. Tuition is a flat fee of $2,890 for most programs; $3,250 for MBA and health profession programs, less discounts and any available scholarship awards.
Midland College University Connections offers students multiple options for either beginning or completing their education.