Once admitted to the Nursing 1-2-1 Program, students will select the Nursing 1-2-1 MATC, MPTC or WCTC Program. Once admitted, students are required to take courses at Mount Mary University before starting the nursing ADN courses at MATC, MPTC or WCTC. Students may attend Mount Mary University either full-time or part-time. Students are required to take courses full-time while attending MATC to complete the Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) component of the Nursing 1-2-1 Program. Students may choose full-time or part-time while at WCTC to complete the Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) component of the Nursing 1-2-1 Program.

Progression in the Nursing 1-2-1 Program

To remain in good academic standing in the program a final grade of C or better is required for all courses, with a final grade of BC or better in BIO 100, BIO 211, BIO 212, and BIO 325.

In order to successfully progress into the MATC, MPTC or WCTC Associate Degree in Nursing program, students must obtain:

  • Cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or better in ADN pre-requisites
  • Grade of BC or better in BIO 100, BIO 211, BIO 212, and BIO 325
  • Grade of C or better in ENG 110 or ENG 120
  • Grade of C or better in PSY 103 or PSY 214
  • National League for Nursing Pre-Admission Exam (NLN PAX)*
    • Nursing 1-2-1 MATC: Composite Score of 100 or greater
    • Nursing 1-2-1 MPTC: Composite Score of 100 or greater and verbal score of 55 or greater
    • Nursing 1-2-1 WCTC: Composite Score of 100 or greater and verbal score of 50 or greater, maximum of 2 attempts
  • Approved background screening, drug testing, and immunization records*
  • Completion of a nursing assistant course*
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification offered by the American Heart Association for Healthcare Providers*

Progression to the Mount Mary University NUR 300 level and higher courses requires all of the above, and license as a Registered Nurse.

* Additional fees may apply.

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