Students: Check MyMC class schedule for YOUR specific deadlines to drop with W for Spring 2020.
Applicants: Nursing-Health Science application deadline for Fall 2020 extended to May 1, 2020.
ATI testing (TEAS) has been suspended until April 3. See the assessment centers webpage for more information.
A rewarding career as a registered nurse can be yours, and the path to that career begins by earning an associate's degree in nursing (ADN) here, at Montgomery College's Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus.
Nursing is a dynamic combination of art and science applied to meeting the needs of individuals and their significant others throughout the life cycle and along the health‑illness continuum. Using the nursing process, in combination with knowledge from the humanities and the biological, physical and behavioral sciences, the nurse promotes wellness, assists with the restoration and maintenance of health or adaptation to chronic illness, and provides comfort to the dying.
With the country more health conscious than ever, the demand for registered nurses continues to increase. Our Nursing Program can start you on the path to a successful career as a registered nurse.
Graduates of our two-year associate's degree program are qualified to take the NCLEX examination to become licensed, registered nurses who are prepared to give competent nursing care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care settings.
Learn more about program outcomes, required courses, transfer opportunities, and career information.
Montgomery College is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (MSA). The Nursing Program is approved by the Maryland Board of Nursing (MBON)new window and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)new window.
Our nursing program participates in the Maryland Articulation Model, which allows students to complete a BSN in a four-year college or university. There are also similar articulation agreements with several, local private institutions.
Related Programs and Courses
Students who major in general studies explore personal, professional, and academic areas of interest within a flexible framework supporting transfer.
Health Career Training Programs
Students have the opportunity to learn an entry level skill in the field of health sciences such as dialysis, EKG, phlebotomy, pharmacy technician, or medical assistant. We also offer wellness training and TEAS test preparation. Learn more about Health Career Training Programs.
Nursing Related Courses
Nursing related courses include certified nursing assistant (CNA), certified geriatric assistant (GNA), and CPR and first aid training. We also offer nursing refresher classes for nurses wishing to reenter the field, as well as NCLEX RN review. Learn more about Nursing Related Courses.