Nov 30, 2023  
2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Transfer Guide MACC ADN to UCM BS RN-BSN Nursing

Moberly Area Community College

The below courses are required for Nursing: RN-BS majors and can be fulfilled at MACC as part of the ADN requirements. If these courses are not taken at MACC, they must be completed at UCM. The full list of MACC ADN requirements can be found in the MACC Catalog.

Students who transfer to UCM with a completed Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) will need to complete the general education program at UCM. Some courses are outlined below. See The General Education Program Requirements for full list of requirements.

ADN General Education Requirements: 36 Semester Hours

The below courses will be taken as part of the ADN requirements at MACC and fulfill UCM requirements.

ADN Program Requirements: 39 Semester Hours

See MACC catalog for ADN program requirements.

Minimum Total Hours Required for MACC ADN: 75 Semester Hours


The below list of courses represents the requirements a student will have left to complete after transferring to UCM with an Associate Degree Nursing. Any courses listed above not taken at MACC must be completed as part of BS requirements.

Transfer Hours

30-34 required hours fulfilled using MACC coursework.

General Education Requirements: 21 Semester Hours

21 out of 42 minimum required hours can be fulfilled at MACC using ADN coursework. See The General Education Program Requirements for full list of requirements.

The below course is specifically required for this major.

Minimum Total Hours Required for BS: 120 Semester Hours

This guide is based on the UCM 2020 Undergraduate Catalog and is subject to change. This guide is a recommendation only and your actual program may vary. Time to degree completion and course sequencing will depend on any credits transferred to UCM and on planned placement in math, reading, and writing. See the current UCM Undergraduate Catalog and MACC Course Catalog for a complete listing of academic policies, curriculum, prerequisites, and course descriptions.