Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing
Evening/Weekend and Day Programs Available!
About Our Program
Nursing students attend classes and take care of patients of all ages in a variety of settings. Before they care for patients, students spend time in the campus laboratory learning and practicing the skills needed to provide safe care. Maine College of Health Professions students gain experience in the following areas: maternity, long-term care, pediatrics, surgery, critical care, rehabilitation, mental health, cardiac care and post surgery. They also have the opportunity to participate in volunteer activities such as flu immunization clinics and health fairs.
MCHP's state-of-the-art simulation laboratory provides excellent training, and clinical rotations have a low student-faculty ratio.
Evening Weekend Nursing Program Starting May 2018
Our next evening/weekend Nursing program will start in May 2018. The program is four semesters: Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019 and Summer 2019. Students will graduate in August 2019. In addition to our regular admissions requirements, applicants for the Evening/Weekend program will be expected to have completed all General Education courses. For a complete listing of all Admissions Requirements, including the list of required General Education courses, please click here. To apply for any of our programs, please click here. We will begin accepting applications September 1, 2017.
Evening Weekend classes and clinical, for summer 2018, will meet on: Tuesday 3p-10:30p, Wednesday 3p-10:30p, Thursday 3p-7:30p, and Saturday 6:30a-6:30p. Class and clinical times may change in subsequent semesters.
Day Nursing Program Starting September 2018
Our next day Nursing program will start in September 2018. The program is four semesters and students will graduate in May 2020. For a complete listing of all Admissions Requirements, please click here. To apply for any of our programs, please click here. We will begin accepting applications September 1, 2017.