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Immaculata University is proud to expand its University Center partnership with Montgomery County Community College (MC3). Launching in the fall 2020, Immaculata will offer the RN to BSN degree-completion program at the Blue Bell campus, this will be the second undergraduate program offered at Montgomery County community College. Immaculata University will be accepting students into the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management for the fall term.

“Immaculata University is proud to be partnering with Montgomery County Community College, building upon their strong academic and clinical foundation Immaculata University will prepare registered nurses for management and leadership roles within nursing “states Dr. Angela Tekely, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Immaculata University.

Immaculata’s RN to BSN program prepares registered nurses for positions of leadership in the modern health care industry. This award-winning holistic nursing program, accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, provides an education in patient-centered, evidence-based practice. With 30 years’ experience offering off-site nursing education, Immaculata’s RN to BSN program creates a pathway for MC3 Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) graduates to build on their work experience and increase their value in the workplace.
An accelerated part-time program can be completed in as little as two years, with one evening per week. The MC3 ASN program fulfills 30 credits of lower division nursing curriculum, plus the potential to transfer an additional 49 credits to fulfill liberal arts and elective requirements toward a bachelor’s degree.

Immaculata began its partnership at MC3’s Blue Bell campus with a bachelor’s in Health Care Management cohort in fall 2018. Immaculata also offers additional majors to MC3 students through their University Center including B.S. Allied Health for Clinical Professionals; M.S. Nursing; M.S. Management and Leadership; and Ed.D. Higher Education.

“This opportunity is a testament of our positive partnership with Immaculata University. A significant majority of our Nursing students go on to complete their bachelor’s degree and at a time when leadership is critically needed for health professionals, we are excited to offer our students this option,” states Gloria Oikelmoe, Interim VP of Academic Affairs, Montgomery County Community College.

For more information or to apply, contact capsadmissions@immaculata.edu or by phone at 484-323-3524.

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