## AMATYC Webinar on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) – March 27

I’ve posted previously about the new Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA), which will help students considerably by identifying 3 pathways in mathematics.

AMATYC is offering a webinar next week on the MTA for community college mathematics departments. Here is a portion of the description:

The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) is the new general education transfer agreement in Michigan, meant to facilitate transfer between institutions in Michigan. The basic MTA plan calls for a block transfer of 30 credits for students who have “MTA Satisfied” approved on their transcript. For the first time, the requirements call for a math course – college algebra (or above), statistics, or quantitative reasoning.

Any AMATYC member can register for the webinar by logging in to the AMATYC web site and clicking on the link in the right column for the March 27 webinar (3 to 4pm, EST). I will be presenting this webinar.

Although of special interest to Michigan AMATYC members, this webinar might be appropriate for faculty in other states who want to see how a pathways approach to general education works.

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