I'm starting the MCC nursing program in August and am also eligible for TAA training reimbursement. The TAA requires that you maintain a full-time course schedule constantly, but at MCC, classes are not scheduled through the summer. I'm also being told that I should be taking an extra class or two to ensure the full-time credits each semester.
Has anybody had to navigate through this complicated process yet? Any pointers/suggestions?
Jul 5, '10
Although I'm unsure of what TAA training is, MCC does have classes scheduled during the summer, I'm currently in them right now! It's considered Spring/Summer. You can take classes towards your bachelors to fulfill the 12 credits...
Jul 5, '10
Even though the nursing program is not 12 credits, it is considered full time. Talk to Teri in the nursing office about documentation to submit if it becomes a problem. I know they have to do this for some insurance companies etc.
As for the summer problem, find out if it really is a problem. If they do require summer classes, then like the above poster said, maybe you can take some classes that would go towards a BSN.