Meridian Community College
Meridian Community College is a public community college in Meridian, Mississippi that first opened its doors in 1937. They offer an ACEN accredited ADN program that provides students with the intellectual and practical development necessary for a successful career in health care. For LPNs and Paramedics, MCC has an accelerated ADN track, which moves them through the curriculum in three semesters rather than four.
MCC’s program is designed for those seeking a path towards a career as a registered nurse. Upon completion of the program's requirements, students will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree and are eligible to apply and take the NCLEX exam.
The program combines nursing courses with general education courses, along with hands-on clinical experience. MCC's ADN curriculum combines traditional learning with laboratory exercises and clinical experience in affiliated hospitals. Students may enroll in both the fall and the spring and must attend full-time (12 or more semester credit hours) unless admitted into the part-time program.
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