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Nursing
Nursing

It is in the news - jobs in nursing are plentiful as we face a national shortage of professionals in the field. Because of an aging population and advances in treatment, the need for more nurses is only expected to increase for the foreseeable future.

Nursing is a profession that requires compassion and caring coupled with medical knowledge, attention to detail, and the drive to help others. It is a demanding career that provides many rewards, both emotionally and financially.

Traditionally seen as a "woman's career," nursing is attracting more and more men. As they enter the field, men join their female counterparts in experiencing the rewarding challenges that come from helping others.

Additional information can be found in the Nursing Brochure (pdf).

For more information on the Nursing program, email questions to nursing@lakemichigancollege.edu

Career Information

Nurses play a vital role in our health care system. From carrying out doctors' orders to monitoring the condition of patients, from comforting a sick child to educating a family member on follow up care instructions, nurses are the glue that hold it all together. They work to promote good health, prevent disease, and aid in the healing process. read more

Classroom Experience

Lake Michigan College's Nursing program gives you a hands-on, reality-based experience that prepares you to be a well-qualified nursing professional ready to care for patients.
Nursing classes are intense and require dedication. Scheduling is concentrated. As a student, it is important to remember that studying and focused learning are your jobs. read more

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