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The Macklin Business Institute

Thanks to a generous endowment by Gordon and Marilyn Macklin, Montgomery College is able to offer outstanding business transfer students a very special program.  After completing the first year of work in a business transfer curricula, admitted students enter a sophomore-year program which includes honors work in economics, statistics and other core business courses. 

There are three phases to the program:

Mentoring: Each student is assigned a faculty mentor who provides guidance and share knowledge leading to success in school. A mentoring relationship with a local corporate executive is also be created for each student who participates in the Institute program. 

Internships: The program includes an internship where the student will be offered a real-world view of corporate business in action. 

Transferring: Graduates of the Macklin Business Institute program receive an A.A. degree and are encouraged to set their sights on a premier four-year college or university for transfer and completion of their baccalaureate degree. Whether the choice is the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland , College Park, or any other targeted institution, students receive assistance in the transfer process and will have a great chance for success in being accepted to the school of choice. 

Students admitted to the program will be provided with the use of a laptop computer, and U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens may be offered a scholarship that covers up to the full-time, in-county, cost of tuition and fees (to a maximum of 30 credit hours per academic year.). 

While high school students cannot apply directly to the Macklin program, they can plan to apply for this competitive program during their first year of attendance at MC.  Talk with an adviser or counselor about Macklin when choosing first year classes. 

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