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  • MA-to-LPN (Non-Hybrid) Coursework

    The LPN to RN Transitional – Non-Hybrid Option is designed to assist qualified LPNs with the transition to RN practice via a classroom (face to face) learning environment. LPNs accepted into the non-hybrid option are awarded fourteen (14) semester hours of credit for previous nursing education. Graduates will be eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses® given by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and will earn the title Registered Nurse (RN) credentialed upon successful completion of the exam.

  • MGCCC Foundation

    You have the opportunity to invest in the lives of Gulf Coast students and positively impact the communities within the MGCCC district (Jackson, Harrison, George, and Stone counties). Investing in Gulf Coast means providing students with greater access to an education and empowering students and employees to achieve greatness. GIVE TODAY


    The MIBEST program offers Mississippi residents, without a high school diploma, the opportunity to enroll in select Career/Technical programs, earning 15 college credits while simultaneously pursing a High School Equivalency. The program is available at all MGCCC campuses and centers, and is offered at no cost for qualifying students for their first semester of attendance.

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  • Manufacturing, Maritime, & Transportation

    The School of Manufacturing, Maritime, and Transportation is devoted to teaching students practical and transferable skills that meet the needs of employers. Understanding that adaptability is vital to success in contemporary industries, courses focus on preparing students to evolve with the industries in which they work. With the use of state-of-the-art technology and hands-on learning, the School trains the next generation of industry leaders. The School of Manufacturing, Maritime, & Transportation educates and trains students, connects them with industry partners, and prepares them for careers on land, air, or at sea.

  • Maritime Multi-Craft Technology

    Focusing on basic unmanned maritime skills that can be applied to shipbuilding, offshore petroleum/drilling, seafood, transportation, tourism, marine engine, and other maritime occupations, MGCCC will continue to address industry needs through academia and training. Among the industries that are prominent in the unique environment of the Gulf of Mexico, industry partners continuously express the need for a skilled workforce.

  • Maritime Multi-Craft Technology

    The goal of the Maritime Multi-Craft Technology program is to prepare individuals with technical skills in the field of Maritime Multi-Craft Technology leading to Yamaha Marine Maintenance Certifications, Forklift Operation and Heavy Equipment Operator Credential and the Gulf Coast Work Ready Credential. It includes an option to enter the Commercial Truck Driving program at no cost.

  • Maritime Technology

    The Shipfitting and Steel Fabrication program prepares graduates for a range of career options from a Shipfitter to Metal or Steel Fabricator.

  • Massage Therapy

    This one-year certificate program is designed to prepare students for careers as professional massage therapists.

  • Massage Therapy

    The Massage Therapy program is a one-year certificate program designed to prepare students for careers as professional massage therapists. The curriculum prepares students to develop knowledge and skills for practicing massage therapy.

  • Medical Assistant to LPN (Non-Hybrid)

    The Medical Assistant-to-LPN Non-Hybrid Pilot Program is designed to assist qualified Medical Assistants (MAs) with the transition to LPN practice via a traditional face to face learning environment.

    After successfully completing the summer transition course, PNV 1524, the MA student accepted into the pilot program is awarded six (6) semester hours of credit for previous Medical Assistant education. Thereafter, the student will by-pass the first semester nursing courses (NUR 1118, NUR 1121, and NUR 1131) required of PN graduates and enter semester 2 of the PN program, during the fall or spring semester. Beginning with NUR 1217 and NUR 1223, and thru the terminal PN courses, PNV 1676, PNV 1813, and PNV 1914, course and clinical works will include practical nursing students and the associate degree nursing Prelicensure students. Credit for these courses plus the 6 credit hours for previous education equal the required fifty-four (54) semester hours required to be awarded the Practical Nurse Diploma.

  • Medical Assisting Technology

    Medical Assisting is a multi-skilled allied health profession whose practitioners work primarily in ambulatory settings such as medical offices and clinics. Medical assistants function as members of the health-care delivery team and perform many administrative and clinical procedures. Program Duration: 12 months

  • Medical Laboratory Technology

    The Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program prepares individuals to work in a medical laboratory under the supervision of a medical laboratory scientist or pathologist and/or other physicians. Students learn how to draw blood and perform lab tests like blood count, blood typing, microbacteria cultures, and urinalysis.

  • Men’s Residence Halls

    Explore photo galleries and details of our men’s Residence Halls: Canizaro Hall, George Hall, Mellinger Hall, Moran Hall, and Owen Hall.

  • Music & Choir

    There are several voice, dance and instrumental groups at MGCCC that perform at events both on and off campus. One of the bonuses of the music program is learning how to cooperate in a group environment as students prepare for performances and competitions.

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