Nursing, Associate Degree (ADN/RN)
Applications for the program are accepted throughout the year, with a new class beginning each August.
- Associate Degree Nursing Program Mission/Vision/Core Values, Philosophy, Organizational Framework
- MCC Associate Degree Nursing Program costs
|ADN553||Medical Surgical Nursing of the Adult 1||6 credits||Fall Term (16 weeks)|
|ADN114||Foundations of Professional Nursing||2.5 credits||Fall Term 1 (8 weeks)|
|ADN431||Family Centered/Maternal Newborn Nursing||3.5 credits||Fall Term (16 weeks)|
|ADN554||Medical Surgical Nursing of the Adult 2||6 credits||Spring Term (16 weeks)|
|ADN441||Pediatric Nursing Concepts||3.5 credits||Spring Term (16 weeks)|
|ADN471||Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing||3.5 credits||Spring Term 2 (8 weeks)|
|ADN559||Medical-Surgical Nursing V||3 credits||Summer Term (5 weeks)|
|ADN815||Transition to Professional Nursing Practice||1.5 credits||Summer Term (5 weeks)|
Associate Degree Nursing students must complete clinical rotations while in the program. The total number of clinical hours required for the entire Associate Degree Nursing program is broken down between six different clinical rotations and a preceptorship at the end of the program. Each student will gain clinical experience in the areas of medical/surgical nursing, obstetrics, pediatrics and mental health nursing in the hospital setting. Students will also receive clinical experience in specialty settings such as public health, leadership and school nurse. Clinical rotations are taught by full-time nursing faculty and adjunct clinical nursing faculty.