Bachelor of Science in Nursing - BSN

career in nursing

MMC's Nursing Programs develops a professional nurse who provides holistic nursing care based on nursing theory and research who appreciates the uniqueness of each individual and family, the influence of society, and the multidimensional aspects of health. Graduates are prepared to provide professional nursing care as a generalist in a variety of settings and to diverse groups, are prepared for advanced professional preparation and graduate study, and prepared to make contributions to the profession of nursing. Mount Marty Nursing provides a values-centered nursing education which enhances personal growth and development, fosters critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and supports responsible collaboration within communities.

Mount Marty College prepares nurses to step into a variety of nursing roles, care for an increasingly diverse population, and use increasingly complex technology.

Students are introduced to nursing research for planning professional nursing care, and they explore contemporary and ethical issues encountered in real practice.

MMC also offers a LPN & ADN to BSN Bridge Program. The BSN Bridge program is available for registered and licensed practical nurses who desire a Baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing. Nursing courses are offered Fall and Spring semesters. Coursework is delivered through blended face to face delivery and in unique online experiences.

The Mount Marty nursing program is approved by the South Dakota Board of Nursing and accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) (One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 2036-1120; phone: 202-887-6791).

The mission of the Mount Marty College Nursing Programs is to provide students with an integrated education in a Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts setting and to promote personal character development, holistic, practical and professional nursing expertise, and community service involvement.