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MMA Prep is an academic agreement between the Maine Community College System (MCCS) and Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) that will create a clear pathway to a Bachelor's degree from Maine Maritime Academy for students interested in studying business, engineering, technology, science, or transportation.
The program serves students who seek admission to MMA but who have not yet met all of MMA's rigorous academic requirements. MMA Prep is available to students at all seven of the state’s community colleges.
Where do I start?
Contact the Admissions Office at the Maine community college of your choice to discuss your intentions. Complete the Community College application process by:
What classes do I take at the community college?
The community college will place you in the appropriate writing and math courses based on SAT scores and/or ACCUPLACER assessment.
Preparatory Courses - As determined by ACCUPLACER scores:
Transfer Credit Potential *
*Courses for transfer must receive a grade equivalent of a “C” or better . Course titles and numbers vary among Maine's community colleges.
Contact the Director of Admissions, Maine Maritime Academy, (207) 326-2215, to clarify program requirements, preparatory or transferable courses. Any departure from academic course requirements and performance expectations must be approved by the Director of Admissions, Maine Maritime Academy, or the MMA Prep agreement may be at risk of being terminated.
NOTE: It may not be possible to satisfy MMA's unique degree requirements in less than four years.