Take Your Pre-Reqs at MWCC to Save Time & Money

Become part of the fastest-growing and most trusted professions in the nation! Increase your chances of meeting application requirements for one of these competitive healthcare programs:

  • Nursing
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Veterinary Technology


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Take Your Math, Writing & Lab Science Classes Before You Apply
You can take advantage of MWCC’s cost-effective general education classes before applying for your selective healthcare major. Join our excellent faculty to take the courses you need, like:

  • BIO 199 – Anatomy & Physiology I
  • BIO 204 – Anatomy & Physiology II
  • CHE 107 – General Chemistry I
  • CIS 127 – Computer Technologies
  • ENG 101 – College Writing I
  • MAT 126 – Topics in Mathematics
  • MAT 143 – Statistics
  • PSY 105 – Introduction to Psychology


Orange Stack of Coins IconSave Money on Your Degree

Our tuition* costs less than the national average for both private and public schools, potentially saving you thousands of dollars on your degree program. Financial aid may also be available to help you pay for college.

*Based on 2018-2019 tuition and fees


Your Health Science Degree Starts Here

Orange Stethoscope and Red Cross IconYou are encouraged to start by enrolling as an Allied Health major where you will:

  • Be identified as a potential applicant for our Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, Dental Hygienist, or Veterinary Technician program
  • Be assigned to an advisor who will assist you in establishing an educational plan
  • Complete all of your required general education courses (i.e. English, math, lab science, psychology, etc.)
  • Be ready apply to your selective healthcare program when you have met the requirements for application



Allied Health Degree Information Request

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"I’ve always been caring so I thought majoring in nursing would be a great idea. I just love taking care of people and the medical field as well – anything illnesses or medicine has always been interesting."

Elizabeth Brown, 2017, Nursing