I attended this college's technical certificate program and the regular college. I cannot fully recommend the technical programs, but I can highly recommend the regular school. The instructors/professors are very knowledgable and most care very much if you are successful. The cost is very reasonable also. Classes are scheduled at night, during the day, and on weekends, making them very easy to fit into a busy schedule. The business classes are top notch and I learned a lot.
I majored in Quality Management. This program is lacking direction. I also cannot use my skills in anything but the auto industry, which is definitely a minus.
If I try taking any more classes, it will definitely be Macomb.
The counselors do not give up to date information on some of the programs at the transfer university. Also they sometimes get frustrated with students who do not know which program or area of study the student is interested in. I had one couselor yell at me because I told him I did not know what I wanted to study. The people who answer the phones and work in the enrollment office are rude. There are two campuses and the south campus is where the main problems are.
Macomb for some reason will not offer many one day a week classes. When they do offer the one day a week it is only at night. After talking to several people it would benefti many students to be able to take a course one day a week instead of twice a week.