Madonna University offers several undergraduate academic programs at outreach centers in Dearborn, Macomb, Southfield, and Gaylord.
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Madonna University is a member of the higher-education consortium known as the University Center at Gaylord. Since 1996, Madonna has offered courses to students from all across the northern lower peninsula, at the University Center in Gaylord, Mich. The state-of-the-art campus houses both community college and university partners.
Madonna offers a Bachelor of Social Work to students in Gaylord via interactive television and onsite classes. This degree-completion program is designed for transfer students and is based on agreements with area community colleges to help make the transfer seamless. The part-time program may be completed in two and a half years with courses scheduled to accommodate the working adult student. The Gaylord Social Work Distance Learning program replicates the campus part-time program offered at Madonna’s main campus in Livonia, and is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
By successfully completing 120 credits — at least 30 of which must be completed through Madonna University, you can earn a bachelor’s at the Macomb University Center. Our agreements with community colleges satisfy these requirements and ensure a seamless transition. Madonna offers these popular programs at the Macomb University Center:
Course credit can be earned in the following ways:
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