2+2 Transfer Pathway Guides
2+2 with St. John Fisher University
B.S. Nursing - Online RN to BSN (NU30)
MCC Degree Awarded:
Nursing A.A.S. (NU01)
Please note that some courses required in a 2+2 Transfer Pathway may not be required for the MCC program. This could have financial aid implications. Students should meet with their advisor or with a transfer representative to discuss an academic plan and recommended sequence of courses.
|Distribution Requirements |
|FIRST SEMESTER: 18 Credit Hours |
|NUR 110 - Foundations of Nursing* |
|NUR 111 - Fundamentals of Nursing - WR*SUNY M Elective * |
|BIO 144 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I*# |
|PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychological Science |
|MTH 160 - Statistics I (Must complete prior to taking NUR 112) |
First Semester Total:
|SECOND SEMESTER: 18 Credit Hours |
|NUR 112 - Nursing Care of the Adult and Child-I -WR* |
|PSY 212 - Developmental Psychology – Lifespan |
|BIO 145 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II*# |
|ENG 101 College Composition OR ENG 200 Advanced Composition |
Second Semester Total:
|THIRD SEMESTER: 16 Credit Hours |
|NUR 210 - Issues in Nursing |
|NUR 211 - Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing (Seven Weeks) - WR* |
|NUR 212 - Maternal - Neonatal Nursing - WR (Seven Weeks)* |
|BIO 202 - Microbiology*# |
|SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology - WR |
Third Semester Total:
|FOURTH SEMESTER: 12 Credit Hours |
|NUR 214 - Nursing Care of the Adult and Child-II - WR* |
|MCC-AH Elective### |
|MCC-HW Elective |
Fourth Semester Total:
|Additional Program Information:|
*A minimum grade of C is necessary in all required nursing courses for continued matriculation in the program.
#Grades for BIO 143, 144, 145, and 202 must be no more than seven years old for the grade to be considered when the applicant is accepted for admission into the nursing program.
## MTH requirement must be fulfilled prior to beginning NUR 112 course. Eligibility to take the math requirement for the Nursing program during the first semester may make it necessary to plan for additional math courses prior to admission. Please speak to an advisor to discuss an appropriate sequence. LPNs seeking admission with advanced standing must have already completed the MTH requirement at time of admission.
###Any 3 credit course listed as fulfilling MCC General Education Requirements for Arts and Humanities (MCC-AH) is acceptable.
NOTE: Recommend Statistics MTH 160 and Ethics PHL 103. Choose liberal arts hours for electives. Contact a MCC or St. John Fisher admissions counselor for advisement.
*When choosing MCC-AH and MCC-HW courses, refer to
MCC General Education Courses: http://www.monroecc.edu/etsdbs/MCCatPub.nsf/mcc+gen+ed?OpenView AND
St. John Fisher Nursing Advising Guide: https://www.sjfc.edu/admissions-aid/transfer-admissions/credit-transfer/advising-guides/
NOTE: The MCC Nursing program must be completed within five years of matriculation.
A grade of 'C' required in all Nursing courses for continued matriculation. No student may progress to the next nursing course level without successful completion of all courses in previous level.
A student who fails to achieve a 'C' in the fourth semester Nursing course will be ineligible for graduation.
NOTE: AP, IB, CLEP, HIGH SCHOOL DUAL CREDIT COURSES, ONLINE COURSES: Credits showing as accepted at MCC may not be transferable. Students should meet with a representative of the four year college or the MCC Advisement and Transfer Services to determine if those credits are transferable.
2.0 cumulative GPA and RN license required for continuation at St. John Fisher University. RN license required prior to completing first semester at Fisher.
Dual admission students must submit formal transfer application available at http://go.sjfc.edu/transferthe semester before intended enrollment.
Requirements for all St. John Fisher 2+2 Programs: Matriculated, Continuous, Full Time Enrollment (12 or more credit hours)
The Nursing A.A.S. (NU01) will be the degree student is audited against and awarded from MCC.
Documentation source: MCC Advisement & Transfer Services 2020-2021.
Links to information at St. John Fisher University