Nursing Students

Having earned local, state, and national recognitions for its successes, the School of Nursing and Health Professions offers rigorous courses in state-of-the-art facilities that equip students to meet the health care needs of their communities. The School partners with local health care professionals and hospitals to help students acquire clinical experience and a better understanding of the health care needs of the community. Students of the programs are trained to be transformational leaders in health care and are prepared for the challenges of a rapidly changing industry. Cutting edge technology provides students with a learning environment that simulates the experiences they will encounter in health care organizations both locally and across the country.

Career-Technical Programs

Career and Technical Education Programs are designed to meet the educational needs of students who are seeking preparation for immediate employment or advancement within career fields. The schools for all CTE programs are structured as stackable credentials –certificate (30 hours), diploma (45 hours), degree (60 hours). Technical and Career programs lead to the Associate of Applied Science degree.

Interested in a healthcare program at MGCCC? The School of Nursing and Health Professions Manual is available to help answer frequently asked questions.