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Miller College isn’t a large college, yet we have a lot to offer you. Here’s where you’ll find much of what you might be looking for.

Student Handbook (2 MB, PDF)

Your guide to just about everything at Miller College.

Program Guides

The General Education Requirements of each program in our four schools of study.

School of Arts & Sciences Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science 

Liberal Studies Major

Liberal Studies with a concentration in Human Services

Liberal Studies with a concentration in Law Enforcement

Bachelor of Applied Science

General Studies

To further explore the School of Arts & Sciences, see page 19 in the 2012/2013 College Catalog (560 KB, PDF).

School of Business

Bachelor of Science

Business Administration

Business Administration with a concentration in Health Administration

Business Administration with a concentration in Aging Services

Bachelor of Applied Science

Management

Management with a concentration in Entrepreneurship

For a closer look at the School of Business, see page 28 in the 2012/2013 College Catalog (560 KB, PDF).

Binda School of Education

Elementary Education

Option 1:

Majors:

  • Integrated Science
  • Language Arts
  • Social Studies

Minors:

Elementary Education Planned Minor
(Required for all Option 1 candidates)

  • Integrated Science
  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Reading

 

Option 2:

Majors:

Comprehensive Major (Required for all Option 2 candidates)

  • Learning Disabilities (K-12)

Minors:

  • Early Childhood Education

 For a more detailed description of the Binda School of Education, see page 38 in the 2012/2013 College Catalog (560 KB, PDF).

School of Nursing 

Nursing 

Also known as the “RN to BSN Program,” this degree requires at least 45 semester hours of 300 and 400 level courses in order to prepare students for the professional nursing role.

Nurse Applicant Program

The Nurse Applicant Program allows students who are currently on a waiting list at a community college to begin taking their core BSN requirements while they wait. It works like this:

1) The student applies to an RN program at a community college of choice.

2) While waiting to be admitted, the student begins taking core courses at Miller College.

3) Once accepted into the RN program at the community college, the student leaves Miller College and completes the RN program.

4) After receiving an RN license, the student returns to Miller College to complete the remaining courses for the BSN degree.

For a more detailed description of the School of Nursing, see page 25 in the 2012/2013 College Catalog (560 KB, PDF).

Miller College Virtual Library

Explore the Miller College Virtual Library, maintained in partnership with the Michigan Library Consortium. As a Miller College student you have full access to the Virtual Library resources, including the Michigan e-Library.

KCC Resource Page

As a Miller College student you’ll also access to the Kellogg Community College Learning Resource Center (LRC) Library.

Contact Us

 
General Inquiries

Phone: 269-660-8021
Fax:      269-565-2180
Miller College
450 North Avenue
Battle Creek, MI 49017-3397

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