MAC Nursing


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Make a difference. Pursue your passion to help others. Become a nurse.

Mineral Area College is accepting applications now for our nursing programs. Let us prepare you for a rewarding career in a high-demand field where you'll find opportunities for growth and advancement. It's time to take your next step.

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Which program is right for you?

Associate Degree Nursing

The Associate Degree Nursing program is comprised of a five-semester curriculum leading to an Associate of Science degree. Upon successful completion, the student may apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). Satisfactory achievement on the examination will qualify graduates for licensure as an RN.

MAC offers a traditional ADN track as well as an advanced placement LPN to RN track. Those applying for the advanced placement program may request to attend classes at our main campus in Park Hills, Mercy Hospital Perry in Perryville, or Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau.

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Associate Degree Nursing (RN)
Advanced Placement ADN Program

Practical Nursing Certificate

The Practical Nursing program is a three-semester curriculum leading to a Certificate in Practical Nursing. Upon successful completion, students are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).

MAC offers two tracks within the program. Additional courses within the fast-track option prepare graduates for the Advanced Placement ADN program.

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Practical Nursing

Applications due March 18!

Please view the program brochure available on the individual program pages for entrance eligibility criteria. 

Please mail or drop-off in person completed applications to:

MAC Allied Health Department
5270 Flat River Rd.
P.O. Box 1000
Park Hills, MO 63601

MAC Allied Health Department Office is located in Room #C5

For more information call:

MAC Allied Health Department
(573) 518-2172