NMU at Macomb
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.