Associate Degree in Nursing
- Area of Interest
- Health Sciences
- Pathway Result
- Associate in Nursing Degree
- Total Credits
- 69 credits
- Additional Resources
- Program WebsiteProgram GuidesheetProgram Application & Selection
- What's a Pathway?
- This guided pathway represents one recommended way for you to complete this program. Each program of study offered at Mid is mapped out to help you stay on track and prepare you for your future. Specific courses were selected to align with the learning outcomes of this program.
- What can be customized?
- Pathways can be customized to meet your specific needs. Courses designated by a lock symbol represent a graduation requirement for this program of study that cannot be changed. We strongly encourage you meet with an Academic Advisor to create a personalized plan. Make an advising appointment today at (989) 386-6626 or email@example.com.
- Special Notes
The following courses are pre-requisites to apply to the Nursing Program:
At least 15 of these credit hours must be taken at Mid Michigan College.
All NUR courses in a semester must be passed with a minimum grade of “78%” to progress to the next semester. For those intending to transfer, it is strongly recommended to take BIO.141 and BIO.142. Please speak with your advisor or Nursing Director. BIO.138, BIO.141 & BIO.142 courses must be passed with a minimum grade of “B-” to enter the program. BIO.141 & BIO.142 courses must also be taken at the same institution. If students have taken BIO.138, BIO.141 & BIO.142 courses prior to admission to the Nursing Program, the courses must have been completed within five (5) years of the date the student formally begins the Nursing Program. Prerequisites may be repeated only once, which includes withdrawals.
Admissions to the Mid Michigan College Nursing Program is based on a Selective Admission Process. Highly Recommended Courses will be awarded additional bonus points toward overall admission score. For further information contact the Nursing Department. Final acceptance into the nursing program is based on results of a criminal background check and urine drug screen.
All NUR courses require a signature on the registration form from the Director of Nursing. Entry level students will receive this form at the orientation scheduled for incoming nursing students.