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English as a New Language (ENL)

The English as  New Language (ENL) endorsement was completed Spring 2014.  We do not currently have plans to repeat the program again at this time. Please check this page or contact us at 353-8518 regarding the future status of this and other programs at HCC.

 

General Studies Associates Degree

In partnership with Northern State University, Huron Community Campus will be offering an Associate's Degree in General Studies. Earn the entire degree while living in the Huron area. All General Education courses will be charged at a rate of $40 per credit hour. The same courses offered at South Dakota public universities are $277 per credit hour. This degree program is a federal financial aid eligible program and will bring many options for students who enroll in the program. Students can use classes from this program to obtain a bachelor's degree from one of the many on-line programs we have available, or they can continue their education at a different college/university after completing some or all of the degree.

Masters Degree in Education Program

Huron Community Campus is offering a Master's Degree in Education through Northern State University at a 75% discount on tuition. This program will run for two years beginning Fall 2014 and ending Summer 2016. The degree consists of 35 credits (9 required classes, 2 elective classes and an internship). Students can transfer up to 9 hours into the program including ENL endorsement credits earned previously. The cost of the program is $100 per credit hour ($3,500 total over the two-year length of the program). The same classes and program costs $414.85 per credit hour at the other South Dakota public universities, and much more at private universities. The Huron program offers a minimum savings of over $11,000 on tuition (75% discount). This program is federal financial aid eligible for those who qualify.

An open house is scheduled at the Huron Community Campus on August 20, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. to collect additional applications and answer questions about the program. For more information contact Huron Community Campus at sochsner@huronsd.com or call 605-353-8518.

Don't miss this opportunity - HCC will not offer this program again for at least five years. The Nordby Family Foundation is the major sponsor and this program would not be offered without their support and leadership. Other organizations that helped make this program possible include the Huron University Foundation, Huron Community Foundation, and the United Way Heartland Region.

Two-year Registered Nursing Program

Description

The nursing program at DWU reflects the institution’s commitment to service and leadership within the region. The associate degree nursing program provides a curriculum designed to prepare the graduate for general staff nursing positions in hospitals, long-term care facilities and other community agencies. Students accepted into the two-year nursing curriculum, available in Mitchell and Huron, can complete the required 71 credit hours in the nursing program within two years and two summer sessions. Courses for the required 25 nursing credits in the one-year LPN-RN curriculum, offered on the Southeast Technical Institute campus in Sioux Falls, are designed for licensed practical nurses (LPNs) to enhance knowledge of human health needs and nursing interventions while developing management of care skills needed by the registered nurse (RN) in the current health setting. Upon successful completion of the program and upon full payment of all money due to the university, the graduate will receive the associate of arts degree and will have satisfied the academic requirements necessary for eligibility to take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) for licensure as an RN.

For additional information, contact DWU Admissions.

This program is offered by Dakota Wesleyan University
Dakota Wesleyan University
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