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Associate Degree Nursing

Overview

The Associate Degree Nursing program at MCC prepares students to become a registered nurse in the healthcare world. Students will learn best practices for helping patients and providing care through instruction, labs and clinical experience.

Nurses are caring and compassionate, but also quick thinkers, dedicated and resourceful. Nurses perform a vast variety of jobs in one, including caring for patients, speaking with doctors, checking vital signs, administering medicine and more.

The graduate of this program is eligible to write the National Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) for licensure as a registered nurse.

Job & Salary Outlook

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Degrees & Certificates Offered

  • Associate Degree (ASNAS) - Nursing

Faculty

Nancy Pares, RN, MSN, director of Nursing Programs/Nursing instructor
Kristin Dolezal, RN, MSN, Nursing instructor
Diana Blum, RN, MSN, Nursing instructor
Lori Saville, RN, MSN, Nursing instructor
Alex Winter, RN, MSN, EdD, Nursing instructor
Angela Kielisek, RN, MSN, Nursing instructor
Gisele Tlusty, RN, MSN, Nursing instructor
Michelle Inzauro, RN, MSN, Nursing instructor
Allison Sundeen, RN, BSN, Nursing lab coordinator

Schedule

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NOTE: For accommodations concerning the application above, please contact our Disability Support Services.