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Programs (12)

  • Personal/Family Services Navigator Coursework

    The Personal/Family Services Navigator curriculum is a stackable credentialed 2-yr program of study that prepares the graduate to work in jobs with titles such as family specialist, community navigator, patient navigator, and community educator. As a certificate, diploma, and/or academic degree program, the Personal/Family Services Navigator concentration is designed to be compatible with a wide range of community health systems, state regulations, and personal and family services delivery models that recognize the value that services provide to enhance the wellness of individuals, families, and communities.

  • Physical Therapist Assistant

    The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program is a 2-year program of study that prepares students to perform physical therapy interventions under the supervision of a physical therapist. PTA’s can practice in hospitals, outpatient clinics, rehabilitation centers, extended care facilities, home health agencies and other health care settings.

  • Practical Nursing (PN)

    Weekday Classes Only

    Become a licensed practical nurse (LPN) with one semester of pre-requisites, two semesters of ADN/PN course work, and the final semester of PN course work. The curriculum allows for a PN entrance and completion or an ADN entrance with a PN Exit completion. As an ADN/PN option program, the curriculum is designed to prepare students to become qualified licensed practical nurses.

  • Practical Nursing Coursework

    The Practical Nursing (PN) program option includes one semester of pre-requisites and three semesters of nursing course work. The curriculum consists of nursing courses included in the first year of the ADN curriculum, as well as, one semester of PN exit courses. The PN program is designed to prepare students to become licensed practical nurses.

  • Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology

    Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology is an instructional program that prepares individual to shape metal parts on machines such as lathes, grinders, drill presses, and milling machines.

  • Process Operations Technology

    Prepare for a job at any processing facility like oil refineries, power plants, drug manufacturers, water treatment plants, food and beverage factories, and more.

  • Public Health Technology/Navigator

    The Public Health Technology/Navigator Concentration program offered at MGCCC is composed of 60 stackable credit hours that lead to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Individuals interested in a specialized area of the public health technology healthcare field are able to focus their studies in one of three concentrations:

    • Public Health Technology/Navigator
    • Dietary/Nutritional Navigator
    • Personal/Family Services Navigator
  • Public Health Technology/Navigator Coursework

    The Public Health Technology/Navigator curriculum is a stackable credentialed 2-yr program of study that prepares the graduate to work in jobs with titles such as public health specialist, patient navigator, health insurance navigator, health care advocate, and public health educator.  As a certificate, diploma, and/or academic degree program, the Public Health Technology/Navigator concentration is designed to be compatible with a wide range of health systems, state regulations, and health services delivery models that recognize the value that services provide to enhance the public health of patients and communities.

  • Public Health Technology/Navigator Curriculums

    Coursework for the three concentrations of the Public Health Technology/Navigator program:

    • Public Health Technology/Navigator
    • Dietary/Nutritional Navigator
    • Personal/Family Services Navigator

Services (14)

  • Performance and Service-Based Scholarships

    When MGCCC students participate in performance groups or groups that perform service to the school like marching band, cheerleading, choir, drama, and being resident assistants, they are eligible for Performance and Service-Based Scholarships.

  • Professional Judgment

    Professional Judgment refers to the school’s authority to make adjustments, on a case- by-case basis, to information reported on the FAFSA so that the Department of Education can recalculate the Expected Family Contribution (EFC).The purpose of Professional Judgment is to determine an EFC that reflects a family’s current financial situation.

Faculty & Staff (45)

  • Patterson, Kara

    District Office
    AMTC
    601-528-8419
    Administrative Assistant to the Executive Vice President of Teaching and Learning/Community Campus
    Teaching and Learning
    kara.patterson@mgccc.edu

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