The online application for the Nursing program beginning Fall 2017 will be available between February 1 and May 11, 2017 after meeting with an advisor.
Nursing is offered at the Kirtland Health Sciences Center in Grayling.
Median Salary – RN: $68,450
Median Salary – LPN: $44,090
Job Growth Outlook 2014-24: 16%
The median annual wage for career opportunities from this program with an associate degree (RN) or a certificate (LPN), according to the US Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
We have one of Michigan’s top rated nursing degree programs. Choose from our Practical Nursing (PN), and Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) degrees, as well as a Bachelor of Science Nursing (also known as RN to BSN) degree.
We have a concurrent agreement with Saginaw Valley State University that clears the path for you to complete your BSN degree almost entirely on Kirtland’s Grayling Health Sciences Center campus.
Successful completion of any of these degrees will prepare you to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical and Registered Nurses (NCLEX-PN & NCLEX-RN).
Who does well in it?
People who are:
passionate about helping people
looking for a rewarding career
have the heart (and stomach) for healthcare
What would you do?
anything that falls under tasks of a
practical nurse or a
Real-world experience now tops the list of most employers.
You’ll have first-hand experience with the latest of everything in the field. Our nursing degree program includes classroom study, patient care simulation, and supervised clinical practice in healthcare facilities around the region.
You will be a real asset in any community you choose to live in throughout your lifetime with a nursing degree from one of the best nursing colleges in Michigan.
Kirtland’s PN and ADN degrees will start you on your way if you’re planning to complete a bachelor’s degree at a four-year school.
Where would you work?
as a traveling/visiting nurse
Licensing Requirements for Employment
Registered Nursing, Licensed Practical Nursing, LPN to ADN
Nursing is a state approved program. Students must successfully complete the program and sit for the NCLEX-RN exam administered by Pearson-Vue testing agency. Upon passing the test, students apply to the State of Michigan for a license. Accreditation is not required for state licensing.