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Nursing

Health Care Heroes

Putting theory into practice

If you care about others and want to put your empathy to work, you’ve come to the right place!  

Preparation for a career as a registered nurse requires both classroom instruction and clinical experience, and you’ll receive both in our program.

Your studies will include both theory and patient-centered practice as you acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the National Council Licensing Examination after you’ve earned your associate degree.

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Nursing

A nursing faculty

Our faculty are all nurses or nurse practitioners and will provide you with insight they’ve gained from working in hospitals and doctor’s offices.

They’ll introduce you to nursing specialties and help you develop the critical thinking skills necessary to care for culturally diverse patients.

Courses include:

  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • General Microbiology
  • Pathogenic Microbiology
  • Fundamentals of Nutrition
  • Fundamentals of Nursing Practice
  • Integration of Nursing Practice
  • Introduction to and Intermediate Adult Medical-Surgical Nursing
  • Childbearing Family Nursing
  • And many more

For a complete list of courses and their descriptions, visit the College Catalog.

Ready to get started?

For more information on our program, contact Teri Hupfel at 586.286.2074.

A hospital needs you

It’s no secret that nurses are in high demand across the country, especially in hospitals.

To explore local opportunities and the salaries they pay, use this handy tool.

If you haven’t already been recruited by a hospital when you’re ready to graduate with your associate degree, our Career Services team can help you with the job search and interview preparation, including preparing your resume.

And be assured that the credits earned in our program will transfer to four-year colleges and universities, so you’ll have no problem pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.

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