Application Now Open for Fall 2020 Entry
Designed for the working nurse…
who has already earned an associate degree or diploma. This online program features 8-week courses with flexible starts that can be completed in three to five semesters, depending on general education course completion.
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One credit costs just
vs. $400 per credit for other BSN programs
Save up to
compared to other BSN programs
Total program cost is
*In-state tuition, after applying the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend.
**Based on 2019-2020 costs. Subject to change.
General Education Requirements
Get a head start on the program and take general education classes now!
|ENG 122||English Composition II|
|MAT 135||Intro to Statistics|
|SOC 101||Intro to Sociology|
|HIS 101||Western Civilization|
|HWE 100||Human Nutrition|
|ART 110||Art Appreciation|
- Apply for admission to Morgan Community College. If you already have an application showing complete for MCC, “Create a New Application” at the bottom of your student My Account homepage.
- Follow the steps to create a profile and start an application
- Under the Academic Information Section
- Academic Plans; What is your current goal for community college- Select “Earn a degree to enter the workforce”
- Academic plans; Select a degree or Certificate – Select “Nursing: RN to BSN Program”
- Under Academic Plans; Which Campus do you want to attend- Select “MCC Online Campus”
- Continue the application with your information and “Submit Application” when complete
- Once the application is submitted log back in and select “4. Supplemental items” on your account home page.
- Upload the required supplemental documents.
Official college transcripts are also to be sent directly from each institution attended since high school to Morgan Community College Registrar Office.
Correspondence related to the application such as application received, application incomplete and/or decisions notifications will come in email format to your MCC student email address. Please check your MCC student email frequently to ensure your application is successful received.
“My goal is to get a BSN and then ultimately become a nurse practitioner. The higher you go, the more opportunity you have, and my work is willing to pay for that and it’s a wonderful opportunity and so I said, ‘I’m willing to do it all.’”
Sampson Ndikum Nchang
MCC Nursing Graduate
Reasons to Get Your BSN
Advance your role to better serve your patients!
Promotion and job opportunities!
Many employers offer tuition reimbursement!
Entry level salary for BSN = $70,000
compared to ADN = $57,000
NurseJournal.org & PayScale.com
Part-time options and flexible starts are available.
Contact Student Success Advisor Gwen Steffen to develop a personalized academic plan.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Morgan Community College is pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org). Applying for accreditation does not guarantee that accreditation will be granted.