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The mission of the MCC Nursing Program is to promote success through educational excellence and to graduate nurses who are able to provide empathetic, evidence-based nursing care to diverse populations.
The Nursing Degree prepares students for entry level positions in nursing and for taking the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). It has been approved by The New Jersey Council of Presidents, and accredited by the New Jersey Board of Nursing and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
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Learn about the nursing profession along with the practical, health, and legal considerations you should know before you apply for this major. Learn more.
Click here to find out what you’ll do as a nursing student. Learn about program requirements, licensure information, and transfer options. Learn more.
The Nursing program has a limited number of seats. Therefore, a selective admissions process is administered based on the specific criteria. Learn more.
Read our Program Outcomes and Student Learning Outcomes. Learn more.
The nursing program is accredited by the The New Jersey Board of Nursing and Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Learn more.
All faculty members have a Master’s Degree in Nursing and bring diversity in academic preparation, educational experiences, cultural background, and clinical expertise to this program. Learn more.
1. The program’s three-year mean for licensure exam pass rate will be at or above the Associate Degree Nursing Program mean for the same three year period.
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2. Seventy percent (70%) of students will complete the nursing program within six semesters from enrollment in the first nursing course.
Class of 2016 – 74.4% of students completed the nursing program within six semesters from enrollment in the first nursing course.
3. Fifty percent (50%) of graduates will be employed as registered nurses within 12 months of graduation.
Survey of Graduates from Class of 2016 in May 2017 indicate that 64.7% of graduates were employed either full or part-time.