The School of Health Sciences

Degree Guide Key:
Traditional Day ProgramsWC
Evening & Weekend ProgramsSCD
Online ProgramsON
Graduate ProgramsGRAD


Personal satisfaction, tremendous professional opportunities and the chance to help your community are primary reasons to consider a career in nursing or the sciences. At Midway College, our nursing and science courses have a reputation for quality in Kentucky. You’ll benefit from a strong curriculum; team-taught classroom theory; and concentrated, supervised laboratory and clinical experiences, which enable you to make a positive impact in the world.

Pursue a variety of careers with a science degree

When you work toward your Associate or Bachelor of Science degrees, you’re preparing for a future with many possibilities. At Midway College, we offer nursing and science programs in highly specialized areas so you can pursue a career that matches your interests and skills.

If you’re looking for on-campus and online degree programs in Kentucky, contact us today. We can answer any questions you have about our nursing and health sciences programs. Our convenient campus near Lexington makes commuting easier for students living or working in the city.

Degrees Offered - Nursing


Dr. Barbara Kitchen - Division Chair for Nursing & ScienceDr. Barbara Kitchen

Dr. Kitchen has been a member of the Midway College faculty since July 2001. She began chairing the nursing program in May 2004, and continued in the role of chair for the newly formed Nursing and Science division in July 2005. In 2013, Kitchen was named the Dean of the School of Health Sciences. Dr. Kitchen received her R.N. Diploma from Good Samaritan Hospital, a B.S.N. with Distinction from Eastern Kentucky University, and a M.S.N. in Mental Health- Clinical Specialist from the University of Kentucky. She performed post graduate studies in counseling psychology from the University of Kentucky, where she also received a Doctor of Nursing Practice, Executive Leadership Track. Dr. Kitchen has served the nursing community as a practitioner, educator, scholar, and administrator throughout her career.