Northern Michigan University is partnering with Macomb Community College to offer NMU classes in southeast Michigan. Watch this page for new class offerings.
In the fall 2013 semester, a loss prevention management class will be offered at Macomb. LPM: 101: Principles of Asset Protection is an introductory course to the field of loss prevention, which is a growing and important field in businesses, corporations, banks and more. Get more information at nmu.edu/lpmacomb.
Learn about NMU
Northern Michigan University offers more than 180 academic programs to 9,200 undergraduate and graduate students. Every full-time Northern students gets a ThinkPad or an iBook, loaded with the latest software, as a part of tuition and fees.
NMU's most popular majors are art and design, nursing, criminal justice, elementary education and biology. Undergraduate students have access to high-level research, creative projects and conferences abroad.
The student life at NMU is vibrant, as well. There are 300 student organizations and Northern is known for its award-winning service and leadership programs, Student Leader Fellowship Program and Superior Edge.
Interested in transferring to NMU? Visit nmu.edu/transfer for more information. Our transfer guides are also a great way to see how classes and credits go toward your NMU degree. Once admitted, the transfer student checklist is a helpful resource.
If you're not sure about transferring, consider visiting NMU for a campus tour.