Area of StudyThe Nurse Aide career introduces students to the medical field. The need for this profession is expected to increase over the next 10 years with an average entry-level wage of $19 per hour statewide. The program will focus on long-term care for the...
Category: Health Occupations
LCC RN to BSN @ MCC
Area of StudyThanks to a generous endowment from the Williams Family Foundation all students admitted into the RN to BSN program receive an institutional scholarship.Cost-Effectiveness | Reasons to Get Your BSN | How to Apply | AdvisingDesigned for the working...
Area of StudyThe need for Radiologic Technologists is expected to increase over the next 10 years with an average entry-level wage of $30 per hour nationwide. Graduates can add to their skills with post-primary certification in other diagnostic imaging modalities such...
Nursing- LPN to RN
Area of StudyApplication Pre-Requisites
Nursing – ADN
Area of StudyADN Application is now open through February 28, 2023.Program Outcomes The faculty and staff of Morgan Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program strive for excellence. The success of our graduates is important to us as an institution. Together...
Area of StudyOptions:Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) Degree This program provides an excellent education that prepares the learner to become a member of the nursing profession, meeting the needs of diverse populations.RN to BSN Degree This program embraces diversity...
Introduction copy here students are cross-trained to perform both administrative and hands-on clinical duties.
This program prepares the student to work in acute care and long-term care facilities as a Nurse Aide performing duties related to personal care of the patient.
Medical Office Technologies
Students are trained to perform both administrative and hands-on clinical duties in clinics and physicians’ offices.
Health Science Technology
This two-year program is designed for students who want to explore health science careers. The program prepares students with the basic skills necessary for success in health occupation programs.