Undergraduate Bulletin 2021 - 2022 
    May 27, 2022  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2021 - 2022

Pre-Nursing and Community Health, B.S.

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Program Chair: Nadine Brooks, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNML

Available in the Day College.

The mission of the Pre-nursing and Community Health program is to prepare committed graduates who are academically ready for further study in the area of nursing and advise and support them toward placement in nursing programs. 

The Bachelor of Science in Pre-nursing and Community Health degree prepares students to enter the Midlands Technical College nursing program and provides them with a solid foundation in community and public health. 


Student Learning Outcomes: 

  1. Students will comprehensively describe major chronic illnesses and disabilities and their impact on health outcomes, health promotion and behavior. 
  2. Students will demonstrate problem solving skills by applying, analyzing, and synthesizing content knowledge in public health. 
  3. Students will relate the functions and relationships within the human body. Students will relate the pathophysiology of disease to the anatomy and physiology in the human body. 
  4. Students will demonstrate knowledge of medical terminology.   

Total Credit Hours: 41

Restricted Electives

  • Credits: 4
  • Credits: 3
  • Credits: 3

    Courses required for Midland Technical College’s ADN program include BIO 226, BIO 260 or 265, BIO 326, PSY 102, PSY 303, MATH 140, and ENG 101.


    Courses required for the Midlands Technical College Pre-nursing Certificate program include BIO 123, BIO 226, BIO 326, PSY 102, PSY 303, MATH 140, ENG 101, and LA 100. Five semester hours of these courses and NURS 115 must be taken at Midlands Technical College to obtain the pre-nursing certificate.

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