MCC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, other accreditations are held by specific programs. Ask an advisor for specifics.
Yes, classes may be repeated in order to improve your final grade.
MCC can provide contact information for the various agencies; however, the hiring process is conducted by each agency’s Human Resources Department.
The programs are 19 to 30 credit hours. It can take from two to four semesters to complete a certificate, depending upon how many classes you can take each semester.
Administration of Justice and Fire Science classes are offered every semester including summers. Classes are available during day and evening hours, limited weekends and online through MCC's distance education program.
Yes, MCC has financial aid available. Please visit our Financial Aid page for information on applying for financial aid, and available scholarships. Students who are interested should apply for aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if they qualify. Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov for an online application.
Please refer to the MCC college catalog or online.
You can contact the Public Safety Director at 928.757.0831. In addition, you can contact the Student Services office on the nearest campus.
The MCC Registrar makes all decisions regarding transfer of courses and will only evaluate official written transcripts. Visit your local MCC campus Student Services office for more information.
A felony conviction will exclude you from a law enforcement career. Misdemeanor convictions are evaluated by a law enforcement agency on a case-by-case basis.