The Paramedic to AAS Degree in Nursing Bridge Program consists of three courses that will provide paramedics with the theory and clinical competencies to successfully progress into the second or third semester of the MaricopaNursing RN program of study.
Mesa Community College will offer the next Paramedic Bridge Program cohort in Spring 2016. This program consists of 9 credits (NUR102, NUR 103, & NUR104) and includes online components, in-class sessions, and structured clinical experiences in local hospitals and medical centers.
NUR187 Online Pharmacology and Medication Administration II. This course is pre-req for paramedic/RN Transition course!
Contact instructor Glenna Bayer for override code via email at email@example.com.
Interested students should attend one of the sessions specific to the Paramedic to RN Bridge Program. No Appointment is needed. Sessions will cover in-depth information related to the Spring 2016 enrollment groups. Instructor available for questions.
Information Sessions Schedule
|Paramedic to RN Information Session||Upcoming Sessions|
|Wednesday, August 12, 2015
11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Southern and Dobson campus
Health/Wellness Building (HW 8)
To be announced
View the video below from the most recent information session for details about the program:
Successful completion of the Bridge Program will qualify a student for eligibility to apply for Advanced Placement entrance into the second or third semester of the MaricopaNursing AAS Program. Interested students must complete the Advanced Placement Application Packet available at the college advisors office or at http://nursing.maricopa.edu. Check back for application dates. The Bridge Program is valid for 9 months after coursework completion. A student completing the spring Bridge Program must enter a nursing program of study by January 2017.
All interested applicants should contact Tuesdee Pfeiff, Nursing Advisor at Mesa Community College, 480-461-7208 or Email Tuesdee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, check out our Facebook page. Registration for the late-start spring 2016 semester is expected to begin in November 2015.
Refer to the Advanced Placement Information & Application Packet for Paramedic Applicants for more information on applying for admission into the nursing program and the general education courses required for graduation. Successful completion of the Associate in Applied Sciences in Nursing Degree provides eligibility for graduates to seek licensure as a Registered Nurse through the State Board of Nursing. Licensing requirements are the exclusive responsibility of the State Boards of Nursing.
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