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University Center

Earn Your Bachelor's Degree in Alpena!
The Madeline Briggs University Center at Alpena Community College houses offices of accredited four-year institutions who are cooperating with ACC to make completion programs for selected bachelor’s and master’s degrees available in Northeast Michigan. It is a concept Alpena Community College is actively pursuing to bring staff, classes and services from partner colleges to existing facilities at the main campus in Alpena and at the Huron Shores Campus, Oscoda, for the purpose of offering a variety of advanced degree programs in their entirety. 

The University Center houses offices of Northwood University and Ferris State University. The Madeline Briggs University Center is located west of Van Lare Hall. It contains offices a classroom and conference room.

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Students can earn a Bachelor of Integrated Studies from Ferris State University right here in Alpena at the Madeline Briggs University Center. Learn more online at www.ferris.edu/statewide.

Program Descriptions
The Bachelor of Integrative Studies Program is a flexible degree program designed for highly motivated, independent students who wish to pursue an interdisciplinary baccalaureate degree. This program allows students to develop competencies from a variety of disciplines that will be well matched with their intended career and/or educational goals.

  • Organizational Engagement Option
    The Organizational Engagement Bachelor of Integrative Studies option offers students skills development in the key areas called for in today’s workforce. Employers repeatedly ask for graduates who have strong literacy skills, oral and written, as well as the ability to communicate across cultural boundaries. Leading teams and working cooperatively are also key skill sets. This configuration provides a 40 credit hour sequence of classes structured around other coursework selected in consultation with the program advisor which will give students a distinctive discipline area.

  • Social Science Management with Certificate in Human Resources
    The Bachelor of Integrative Studies/Social Science Management Option with a Certificate in Human Resource Management offers students skill development in the key areas called for in today’s workforce. Employers repeatedly ask for graduates who have strong literacy skills, oral and written, as well as the ability to communicate across cultural boundaries. Leading teams and working cooperatively are also key skill sets. The integration of social science and management lays the foundation for various careers requiring individuals to manage diverse groups of people in a multiplicity of settings. This is a flexible degree program designed for highly motivated, independent students who wish to pursue an interdisciplinary baccalaureate degree. Students will develop competencies from a variety of disciplines that will be well matched for a career in the human resources field. This program provides an opportunity for students to gain the basic knowledge and skills in the field of Human Resources required of supervisors and managers in all areas of an organization while allowing students to complete a bachelors degree on the Alpena campus.

 

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Northwood University
Northwood University, through its University College and the Alpena Program Center, offers a Bachelor of Business Administration program that can be completed right here on the ACC campus. Learn more online at www.northwood.edu

Students can earn a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in:

Why Northwood University? Northwood University’s Bachelor of Business Administration program provides one of the quickest, most convenient ways for adults to earn a business management degree from a respected and fully accredited institution of higher learning. Learn more about all of Northwood University at www.northwood.edu.

  • Customized Programs
    Make progress toward your degree at your own pace and convenience right here in Alpena! Courses are Six- or 12-weeks long, one evening a week.

  • Your Experience Counts
    Your work and life experience may qualify you for college-level credit.