Pathway to Curriculum Code #2400
Lorain County Community College (Elyria, Ohio) and Bowling Green State University Firelands College (Huron, Ohio) join in a partnership that brings an Associate’s Degree (RN) Nursing Program to residents of Erie, Ottawa, Huron and Sandusky counties. Although offered jointly, all nursing courses are held at BGSU FC and are taught by LCCC Nursing Faculty. The clinical component of the program is completed at health care facilities in Bellevue, Huron, Norwalk, Lorain, or Sandusky.
The Nursing Program has three main components: Support coursework, first-year courses and second-year courses. Support coursework consists of courses in anatomy and physiology, math, microbiology, chemistry, writing, and psychology. These courses may be taken concurrently with first-year courses and second-year courses and can be taken at either the BGSU FC campus or at LCCC’s campus. Select courses offered by both institutions are available over the Internet.
An appointment should be made with the Nursing Academic Advisor at BGSU FC for students wanting to inquire about their support coursework status.
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Nursing Programs Coordinator, BGSU Firelands
Rebecca Schlather, MSN, RN
Program Coordinator, LCCC Associate Degree Nursing