Degrees & Program Pathways


Mid Michigan College offers an Associate Degree in Nursing through our guided pathway.

Learn more by reviewing our guided pathway for this credential.

Associate Degree in Nursing - Guided Pathway


Health Science Transfer Degree

Mid Michigan College offers an Associate in Science - Health Transfer degree. Visit the program website to learn more.

Health Science Transfer Degree (AS) - Guided Pathway

At least half of our students intend to continue their education beyond Mid. Our Health Science Transfer degree allows students to complete courses in preparation of bachelor degrees in:

  • Nursing
  • Community/Public Health
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Exercise Physiology/Science
  • Medical Case Management
  • School Health Education
  • Environmental Health and Safety
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • And More...

A nursing student smiles while holding a clipboard in one of the practical labs on campus

Additional Pathways:

RN-to-BSN Opportunities.

Many students begin their Nursing education at Mid Michigan College, finishing with an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and sit for their Registered Nurse exam. In recent years, more students than ever continue their education towards a Bachelor's degree (BSN) or beyond.

To meet the needs of our students, Mid has partnered with several four-year institutions in the area so that ADN students can make a seamless transition, with many of their Mid credits counting towards their BSN.

If you are interested in continuing your education, click the link below to research more:

RN to BSN Transfer Information/Links


 
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