Nursing, Registered (Associate in Applied Science)
The WCC Nursing Program prepares students for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). Individuals will also earn credits that transfer towards RN to BSN completion programs. Learning opportunities are in the classroom, simulation lab, clinical setting and community. Students are empowered to succeed in a dynamic healthcare environment.
The WCC Nursing program admits students twice a year using a competitive admission process. Click here for Nursing Application.
The WCC Nursing program has multiple articulation agreements.
Nursing Transfer—EMU School of Nursing—(Associate in Applied Science)
(Currently not accepting applications for F18)
This WCC honors program prepares students for a smooth transition into the third and fourth years of Eastern Michigan University’s School of Nursing (EMU-SoN) BSN program. Individuals will receive a solid science foundation and begin taking nursing courses during the first two years at WCC. Students will not be eligible for registered nurse (RN) licensure until completion of the EMU-SoN program. WCC students will graduate with an Associate in Applied Science Degree.
This program has an articulation agreement with the Eastern Michigan University-School of Nursing. Since students are required to follow a pre-determined full-time course sequence, it is essential that students meet with the Health Programs Counselor before starting any course work.