Passion for People Leads to Success
Jason Fagan knew two things; he wanted
to help people and he wanted to stay local.
Both of these goals were a factor in choosing
to attend Marion Technical College.
Learning here, Teaching here!
Nursing Alum Give Back Through Teaching
When asked what makes Marion Technical College such a special place, the number one answer is that it feels like family! Our students feel the tight-knit community called MTC, and it is a factor in the success of our Nursing program. So much so, that 8 of the 13 full-time faculty not only teach here … they started here! Let’s meet them!
MTC Campus Tours and Program Preview Days
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A Mother’s Success is a Daughter’s Inspiration
Who inspires you? When asked this question, we all have a special person that comes to mind. For Shannon Bledsoe, that person is
“I remember my mother going to college at Marion Technical College to become a nurse when I was in middle school. I was inspired by not only her hard work, but her textbooks,” Shannon recalls. She said that she loved all of the pictures of organs and the internal functions of the human body.
Quality information is essential to all aspects of today's healthcare system. Health information management (HIM) is the body of knowledge and practice that ensures the availability of health information to facilitate real-time healthcare delivery and critical health-related decision making for multiple purposes across diverse organizations, settings, and disciplines. HIM professionals play a critical role in maintaining, collecting and analyzing the data that doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers rely on to deliver quality healthcare.
Electives are an important part of a student's curriculum. These are classes outside of a students program curriculum.
Taking elective classes can give you a chance to:
- Explore your interests.
- Increase your knowledge and add to your expertise on your resume.
- Have fun studying something you love.