Miles Community College offers a five (5) semester Associate of Science in Nursing Degree which prepares the student for the Registered Nursing licensure exam. The program accepts 38 qualified students per year. Due to limited openings, 30 students are selected for the Miles City site. Eight students will be selected for the Sidney site in odd numbered years, and 8 students for the Glendive site in even numbered years. Those students invited into the program, will be notified in July.
Nursing education is delivered on campus with distant options available.
RN-NCLEX pass rate history:
|Montana Pass Rates||87.70%||84.93%||83.98%||83.88%|
|National Pass Rates||83.04%||81.79%||84.51%||84.56%|
|Miles Community College||97.14%||66.67%||54.84%||53.85%||83.4%|
Completion rate history:
|Miles Community College||87%||92%||94%||97%|
Job Placement rate history:
|Miles Community College||97%||94%||90%||100%|
The Miles Community College Registered Nursing Program is accredited by:
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN)
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
Continued accreditation with condition of submitting a follow-up report by 2017.
Montana State Board of Nursing
Conditional Approval effective April 12, 2017
301 South Park
PO Box 200513
Helena, MT 59620-0513
Website: Montana Nursing Board
Miles Community College subscribes to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college, including an “open door” admissions policy designed to encourage all adults to continue their education.
The commitment to an open door admissions policy is defined as providing all eligible students with access to an appropriate educational offering at the College. Anyone over the age of 18 is admitted to the College if they have a high school diploma, GED, or satisfactory ACCUPLACER scores; but the College reserves the right to guide students into the courses and programs that will enhance their opportunities for success.
Admission to the College does not necessarily imply eligibility to enroll in a course with established prerequisites (See Course Descriptions starting on page 84) or to enter a program that has a limited number of spaces and minimum entrance requirements. ACCUPLACER and ACT/SAT test scores are used to help place students in appropriate level courses.