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    • Nursing - Associate of Applied Science

      The Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADNP) is a program of study leading to an Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) Degree with an area of concentration in nursing. The program combines general education studies with nursing theory and clinical education. The program is designed to prepare graduates for the role of the registered nurse. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The ADNP offers courses at both the Morehead Campus and the Mt. Sterling Extended Campus via interactive television (ITV).
      The program has a selective admission process and limited enrollment. Students are admitted twice yearly, with classes beginning in January and August. The qualified applicant must meet prerequisites and admission criteria as outlined in the ADNP Admission Criteria. Following admission into the program, the program consists of four semesters of full-time course work including classroom, laboratory and clinical learning experiences.

    • Nursing - Associate of Applied Science, Paramedic to RN Track

      The Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADNP) is a program of study leading to an Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) Degree with an area of concentration in nursing. The program combines general education studies with nursing theory and clinical education. The program is designed to prepare graduates for the role of the registered nurse. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The ADNP offers courses at both the Morehead Campus and the Mt. Sterling Extended Campus via interactive television (ITV).

      The program has a selective admission process and limited enrollment. Students are admitted twice yearly, with classes beginning in January and August. The qualified applicant must meet prerequisites and admission criteria as outlined in the ADNP Paramedic-ADN Track Admission Criteria. Applicants must hold an active paramedic national certification, with no restrictions and have an equivalent of one year of experience. Following successful completion of the NURA 111: Paramedic/ADN Transition course and admission into the program, the program consists of four semesters of full-time course work including classroom, laboratory and clinical learning experiences. 

    • Psychology - Minor

      The department of psychology offers a Minor in Psychology.

    • Social Work

      Social work is a profession for those who find fulfillment and reward in making a difference in the everyday lives of individuals. Specifically, social workers help those in need of critical resources including: medical and mental health services, income maintenance, child welfare and protection, domestic violence intervention, and assistance for the elderly. Social work also offers the opportunity to improve the community and make it a better place to live. The bachelors of social work (BSW) prepares students as generalist practitioners for entry-level professional practice. 

    • University Studies

      Students can receive an Associate or Bachelors of University Studies degree.   A major, minor, or area of concentration is not required for the Bachelor of University Studies degree. Students may take a wide variety of subjects or concentrate all studies beyond the general education requirements in a single discipline.

    • University Studies - Professional Studies

      Students are now able to apply an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees from Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) toward the completion of an online Bachelor of University Studies in Professional Studies at MSU.  

UPDATES 

 Spring 2014 Term
January 13 - May 9

  • Classes begin Monday, Jan 13th 
  • University is closed Monday, Jan 20th 
  • Last day to register for credit Tuesday, Jan 21st 
  • Spring Break March 17-21 
  • Apply for Spring & Summer 2014 graduation by March 14th 
  • Advance registration for Fall 2014 begins April 2nd
  • Final Examinations May 5-9
  • Commencement May 10th
Summer 2014 Terms
Intersession: May 19-May 30
Summer I: June 2-June 27
Summer II: June 30-July 25
Summer: June 2-July 25
Temporarily Unavailable.

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