Millsaps maintains cooperative and other nursing agreements with The University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) School of Nursing, Vanderbilt University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) School of Nursing:
2-2 BSN Program
If you wish to participate in the Early Entry Program, you must meet with Professor Kurt Thaw, director of pre-health sciences, during the first few weeks of your first semester. The deadline for consideration for Early Entry is November 1. Early Entry status means that you will be automatically eligible to enroll in the School of Nursing at UMMC upon successful completion of pre-requisite courses. Students wishing to participate in the Early Entry Program must have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 and an ACT score of 25 or higher.
3-2 BS/BSN Program
Under this plan, you will complete the prerequisite courses for nursing school and most of the degree requirements for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science in selected disciplines during three years of study at Millsaps College. You then enroll in a two-year curriculum at the School of Nursing at UMMC. Upon completion of the requirements for the bachelor of science in nursing, you may transfer back to Millsaps for up to 12 hours of approved nursing courses to satisfy the requirements for a Millsaps degree. At that time, Millsaps will confer the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science in the appropriate discipline. You will earn a bachelor’s degree from both Millsaps and the University of Mississippi School of Nursing. If you plan to pursue the 3-2 program in nursing, you may also be eligible for the Early Entry Program.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
You complete the prerequisite courses for nursing school and most of the degree requirements for either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science in selected disciplines during 7 semesters of study at Millsaps College. In January of the senior year (Semester 8), you begin nursing coursework at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Your hours during this first semester at Birmingham will count towards the completion of your Millsaps bachelor degree, and you remain at UAB to complete your masters in nursing.
4-2 BS/MSN Program
The Vanderbilt University School of Nursing and Millsaps College have a cooperative agreement by you complete a four-year bachelor of science degree at Millsaps with the appropriate prerequisite courses, then enroll in an accelerated two-year program of study leading to the Master of Science in nursing degree in one of many different specialties at Vanderbilt University.
Other Nursing Programs
Naturally, you may also choose to complete a bachelor’s degree at Millsaps, take the appropriate prerequisite courses, and apply to any nursing program during your senior year at Millsaps.
For further information about any of the nursing programs, contact the Millsaps Director of Pre-Health, Dr. Kurt Thaw, firstname.lastname@example.org.