MCTC and MSU Partnership

Maysville Community amp; Technical College and Morehead State University have joined together in a 2+2 agreement that offers a new opportunity for students interested in completing a bachelors degree in Technology Management. Students may now apply any technology-related associate degree from Maysville Community amp; Technical College toward the completion of a Bachelor of Science in Technology Management from the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology at Morehead State University.

MCTC associate-level (AAS) programs eligible for transfer into MSUs Technology Management program include: Information Technology; Machine Tool Technology; Engineering Technology; and Energy Systems. Diploma-level programs, upon completion of the GOTS (General Occupational/Technical Studies) degree, that can lead to the 2+2 program include: Air Conditioning Technology (HVAC); Automotive Technology; Construction Technology; Diesel Technology; Electrical Technology; Industrial Maintenance Technology; and Welding Technology.

The 2+2 agreement allows completion of the bachelors degree in two years of full-time study. To accommodate nontraditional and working students, all courses for the new Technology Management completer program are offered online.

For more information, contact Billie Barbour, MCTC Transfer coordinator, 606-759-7141 ext. 66182, or Garnet Trimble, MSU liaison, 606-759-7141 ext. 66270.

image of Dr. Juston Pate, MCTC; Darla Hunt, MCTC; Dr. Yuqiu You, MSU; Dr. Ahmad Zargari, MSU; Terry Pasley, MCTC; and Stanley Click, MCTC.

Maysville Community amp; Technical College and Morehead State University 2+2 advocates met in September to advance the 2+2 partnership. From left to right, Dr. Juston Pate, MCTC; Darla Hunt, MCTC; Dr. Yuqiu You, MSU; Dr. Ahmad Zargari, MSU; Terry Pasley, MCTC; and Stanley Click, MCTC.