Frequently asked questions about finishing your BSN in 4 years

The Nursing 1-2-1 Program is offered through the combined expertise, resources and courses of Mount Mary University and Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), Moraine Park Technical College or Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC). Students enroll into this program to complete classes to obtain an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), licensure as a Registered Nurse, and seamlessly move to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN), all within four years.

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WHO IS THIS PROGRAM FOR?

UPON COMPLETION, WHAT DEGREES WILL A GRADUATE OF THE NURSING 1-2-1 PROGRAM HOLD?

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE IN THE CURRICULUM BETWEEN AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN NURSING (ADN) AND A BACHELOR’S OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (BSN)?

WHAT FINANCIAL AID IS A STUDENT IN THIS PROGRAM ELIGIBLE FOR?

WHERE DO COURSES TAKE PLACE FOR EACH YEAR OF THE PROGRAM?

HOW DO THE COSTS AND SAVINGS OF MOUNT MARY UNIVERSITY’S PROGRAM COMPARE WITH OTHER BSN PROGRAMS?

WHAT REQUIREMENTS MUST A STUDENT MEET TO QUALIFY FOR AND STAY IN THE PROGRAM?

WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS IF I WANT TO LIVE ON CAMPUS AT MOUNT MARY UNIVERSITY DURING THE ENTIRE PROGRAM?

WHAT COMPONENTS OF THE PROGRAM ARE ONLINE VERSUS ON CAMPUS?

DOES A STUDENT HAVE ACCESS TO SUPPORT SERVICES AT BOTH INSTITUTIONS?

CAN A STUDENT FULLY PARTICIPATE IN BOTH INSTITUTIONS’ CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES?

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