College Catalog

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The provisions stated in the catalog establish the principle plan, requirements and relationships between Nebraska Methodist College and the students it serves.

College Personnel

Nebraska Methodist College is led by a dynamic group of senior administrators, board of directors, staff and faculty who focus on identifying opportunities for growth and improvement consistent with the college's strategic plan, mission and values.

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About the College

Nebraska Methodist College, located in Omaha, Nebraska and an affiliate of Methodist Health System, is a premier private health professions institution that has offered a caring, close-knit community to its students since it was established in 1891.

With an enrollment of more than 900 students, NMC is small enough to really care about each student as an individual and large enough to provide outstanding undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs in nursing and allied health.

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Accreditation

Higher Learning Commission Mark of AffiliationNebraska Methodist College is Fully Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Many of our programs are also accredited by specific nursing an allied health organizations.

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General Admission Information

Your first step toward earning a Nebraska Methodist College degree or certificate is completing the online application. Admission prerequisites and application requirements vary by program and whether you're a high school student, graduate student, transfer student, returning student, international student or military.

The admission process to Nebraska Methodist College seeks to select students who exhibit the potential to achieve academic and professional success. Since NMC sees applicants as holistic, integrated beings, the application for admission seeks to learn multiple perspectives on each student's life strengths, potential barriers and motivation to learn.

The admission criteria and application process varies by each program. Visit the specific program page to find that information.

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Tuition & Fees

It is the responsibility of each student to satisfy all financial obligations to the College before course enrollment can be completed, prior to release of records, upon application for a degree, or before receipt of degree. The College may change any fees and charges at any time.

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Financial Aid & Scholarships

Nebraska Methodist College students receive millions of dollars each year in student financial aid. Funding for this assistance comes from college, state, federal and private sources. In addition, some students apply for and receive scholarships awarded by outside agencies and organizations. The basic types of assistance include scholarships, grants, employment and loans. Some awards are based on financial need while others are not. Below you will find more information about financial assistance.

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General Policies

Students are expected to be familiar with the policies, in any supplements and any subsequent updates. These policies are subject to change without notice, obligation or liability.

By enrolling at NMC, students agree to accept and abide by the terms stated in these institutional policies. Any changes also apply to currently matriculated students. Updates, notifications, and changes to these policies can be found here.

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Academic Policies

The Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) is the official representative of the College in matters pertaining to the scholastic life of the student body. Regulations made by the VPAA in addition to, in abrogation of, or in interpretation of the following regulations have the same force as the regulations themselves.

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Center for Health Partnerships

The Center for Health Partnerships, a division of Nebraska Methodist College, promotes healthy communities through partnerships that focus on providing basic health care, health care education, and related learning opportunities to underserved populations.   

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Educated Citizen

An educated citizen is a competent practitioner and engaged citizen who responds productively to the complex dynamics of the world utilizing a diversity of disciplines and perspectives.

We reach the educated citizen outcome through core curriculum courses, professional courses and through opportunities offered by Student Services. The process of becoming an educated citizen requires three facets of development: to be a Reflective Individual, to be an Effective Communicator, and to be a Change Agent.  The model below reflects the iterative nature of this process: as each facet is developed, it informs the nature of the other facets.

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Academic Programs

Nebraska Methodist College is proud to offer degrees in some of the most in-demand fields in healthcare. Click on a program to view admissions information, plan of study and faculty.

Associate of Science

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Master of Science

Master of Science in Nursing

Certificates

Course Descriptions

All courses offered by Nebraska Methodist College can be found in the Course Index. Questions about course numbers, credits or descriptions should be directed to the Registrar's Office.

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Past Catalogs

The programs and requirements contained in past catalogs were all based on specific effective dates. Any changes to the catalog are to be applied to currently matriculated students.

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