About UDM Programs at Macomb University Center
The University Partnership Program is a unique plan devised by Macomb Community College, approved by Macomb County voters in 1988 and begun in August 1991. The program is offered in partnership with UDM providing Macomb County residents with increased access to advanced education through a mix of bachelor's and master's degree programs. The Degree Partnership Program is an alternative to "going away" to college or attending an isolated university extension center.
Mission & Purpose
Students enrolled in any one of the Macomb University Center's academic programs have at their disposal the educational and co-curricular resources of both the UDM and Macomb Community College. In devising its "best of both worlds" approach, Macomb believes it has created a unique plan for a unique student.
Through participation in any one of its academic programs, students receive their final years of instruction at the Macomb University Center. Because the mix of degree programs can change, please contact us for current information regarding programs and services.
Bachelor of Arts in Financial Economics
This program involves the academic study of finance with a strong emphasis on the theory and application of economic principles. The program also prepares you to think critically about the moral and ethical issues that arise in the field of finance.
Master of Arts in Economics
This degree program offers students the ability to learn and apply economic and financial principles to the U.S. international financial systems.
- Program information - Refer to the "M.A. Econ" tab on the Economics Department Home Page
Master of Arts in Financial Economics
This degree program focuses on the study of economic and financial principles related to the U.S. and international financial systems. The program also addresses the moral and ethical issues that arise in the field of finance.
- Program information - Refer to the "M.A. Financial Econ" tab on the Economics Department Home Page
You may obtain an application at the UDM University Center office, UC1-220-B or apply online at https://jackson.udmercy.edu/apply/ and the application fee will be waived. To have an application mailed to you, contact UDM’s Office of Admissions at 800-635-5020.
Tuition & Payment Information
Information regarding UDM’s tuition and fees may be found at http://www.udmercy.edu/apply/financial_aid/cost/index.htm. For cost of University Center programs, please call 586-263-6308.