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Midland College

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Enrollment (Fiscal 2007)

  • Total Enrollment:
  • 14,111
  • In-District:*
  • 37.6%
  • Out-of-District:*
  • 24.2%
  • Full-time:**
  • 31.9%
  • Female:
  • 52.8%
  • Male:
  • 47.2%
  • Anglo:
  • 65.1%
  • Hispanic:
  • 25.7%
  • African American:
  • 4.6%
  • Asian:
  • 2.0%
  • Native American:
  • 0.5%
  • International:
  • 1.2%
  • Other:
  • 0.9%

* Percentage of annual unduplicated enrollment. Out-of-state and continuing education students not included.
** Full-time enrollment of students seeking college credit.

Dr. Steve Thomas, President
3600 N. Garfield St.
Midland, Texas 79705
(432) 685-4521
http://www.midland.edu

Tuition, Rate Per Semester Credit Hour

Resident of District Tuition & Fee Rate: $57.00

Nonresident Tuition & Fee Rate: $77.00

Program Description

Midland College (MC) offers a bachelor’s degree and associate degrees and certificates in university transfer programs and career and technical education. For a complete listing, see http://www.midland.edu/admissions/images/2008_2009catalog.pdf, pages 88-89.

University Transfer: MC offers a bachelor’s of Applied Technology degree in organizational management for students who wish to pursue supervisory positions in their chosen fields. MC offers the first two years of college including all courses necessary for the completion of the core curriculum as well as Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees. MC has formal articulation agreements with area four-year schools as well as a University Center that allows students to attend a four-year institution on the MC campus.

Career and Technical Programs: Midland College offers a number of associate degree and certificate programs designed to allow students to go straight to the workplace. These include:

  • Health Sciences – students may complete degrees and/or certificates in nursing, radiography, sonography and emergency medical services. Programs in health information technology and long-term care administration are available online. MC recently added a licensed vocational nurse (LVN) to associate degree in nursing (ADN) transitional program at its site in Fort Stockton.
  • AviationMC is one only a few community colleges in the country that offer both professional pilot training and an aircraft maintenance program.
  • Business Systems – many colleges have seen their office systems technology programs decline in recent years. By making curriculum and format changes that meet the needs of both students and employers, MC has maintained enrollment in these programs.

Total Degrees and Certificates Awarded, fiscal 2007

  • Total:
  • 599
  • Associates:
  • 383
  • Certificates:
  • 206

Total does not include an advanced technology certificate program that comprises 16 to 50 semester credit hours and requires students to have an associate or bachelor’s degree or to be a junior in a bachelor’s degree program.

Number and share of students either enrolled in a Texas four-year institution or employed within six months of graduation, fiscal 2006:
Academic Students Percentage Technical Students Percentage
Employed Only11943.3%30686.4%
Employed and Enrolled (in Senior Institutions)8530.9%154.2%
Enrolled Only (in Senior Institutions)4215.3%30.8%
Enrolled Only (in Community Colleges)134.7%133.7%
Not Found165.8%174.8%
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