Academic Programs


Midway’s biology program propels students into professional schools that include pharmacy, medicine, veterinary medicine, and physical and occupational therapy. And our success rate is phenomenal: 90 percent of our biology graduates are accepted into graduate and professional schools. With outstanding science facilities, an impressive track record for grads, and an average student/faculty ratio of 13:1, Midway College is your formula for success in science.

Bachelor of Science in Biology
Minor, Biology
Minor, Chemistry


Business careers are enhanced in Midway College classrooms, where you can develop skills and qualities essential for success: analytical ability; critical thinking; the ability to lead others; and an understanding of social, political, and economic forces.

Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration - Accounting
Associate of Arts in Business Administration
Minor, Business Administration

Criminal Justice

The field of Criminal Justice is broad. From local law enforcement to federal level investigative bureaus, the need for trained and skilled professionals continues to grow. Midway College’s Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice prepares learners to manage activities related to law enforcement, corrections and courts. This is a strong skills development and training program to prepare students to succeed at any level within the criminal justice system.

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice


An English degree from Midway College is flush with flexibility and opportunity. Our faculty will help you create a program that meets your specific needs, whether that targets further study or the demands of the contemporary workplace. At Midway, your studies will focus on critical thinking and responding to diverse readings. This major provides a solid framework in British, American, and world literature essential for graduate study.

Bachelor of Arts in English
Minor, English

Environmental Science

The Environmental Science degree focuses on environmental concerns such as hazardous and toxic waste management and disposal, acid rain, and global climate change. As a Midway graduate, you will possess the science skills and understanding to begin your career in environmental science or graduate studies. With outstanding science facilities, an impressive track record for grads, and an average student/faculty ratio of 13:1, Midway College is your formula for success in science.

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

Equine Studies

You can combine academics and a future career with your love of horses at Midway College. Midway’s Equine Studies program, in the heart of the Bluegrass, delivers an exceptional education. With impressive on-campus facilities, Midway equine students have ready access to more than 80 horses of various breeds in all stages of training. Midway’s Equine Studies degree ties together practical horse experience with the technical background you need for a career in the equine industry.

Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies
Associate of Arts in Equine Studies
Minor, Equine Studies

Integrated Marketing Communication

The world is more connected than ever, making this an exciting time to pursue a career in marketing. Because of the wide array and availability of messaging tools available, today’s marketers must be able to integrate and coordinate them to share their organization’s story.

An Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) degree from Midway College will provide students with practical experience coordinating and integrating diverse communication tools to create campaigns that reach and influence consumers.

Bachelor of Science in Integrated Marketing Communication

Interdisciplinary Studies

Midway College’s Interdisciplinary Studies is an interdisciplinary degree emphasizing the abilities most demanded in today’s workplace: oral and written communication, critical thinking, technology and information literacy, and global awareness.

Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies


The Midway College Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics degree provides students an opportunity to pursue a career in a variety of fields that are becoming increasingly important and in high demand. Students who complete this program will have the skills in logic, problem-solving, and data analysis, and the familiarity with mathematical concepts necessary for success in such fields as actuarial science, engineering, operations research, data processing, computer science and teacher education. In addition, a broad-based background in mathematics has applicability for study or employment in fields outside of mathematics and science, e.g., banking, law, and economics.

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics


Midway College offers the associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and a RN-BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing. There are two options available to ADN students, a day track and an evening track. The students are admitted once a year in the fall semester. The ADN Program is designed to be completed in four full-time semesters once admitted to the program. However, most students choose to take more semesters part-time and work. The graduates of the ADN Program are urged to continue in the RN-BSN Program and passing NCLEX. The RN-BSN Completion Program is designed for the working RN who desires to earn a BSN. The admission requirements for each program are listed in the program description. The nursing programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc., 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326, (404) 975-5000, Fax (404) 975-5020 ( The Associate Degree Nursing Program also has full approval by the Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN), 212 Whittington Parkway, Suite 300, Louisville, Kentucky, 40222, (502) 429-3300, FAX (502) 429-331 (

Associate of Science Degree in Nursing
The Day Track is taught in the Women’s College, a day format. The Evening Track is taught in the School for Career Development, an accelerated evening format. A student who successfully completes the program is eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Successful completion of this examination allows the graduate to practice nursing as a registered nurse (RN).

The curriculum for this nursing major has a dual focus--team-taught classroom theory emphasizing the technical and theoretical aspects of nursing, and concentrated, supervised, clinical laboratory experiences in several health-care agencies in central Kentucky.

The Associate of Science Degree Nursing Program prepares students to become registered nurses and also qualifies those students for admission into a RN-BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program. Because the associate degree program emphasizes the importance of nursing classroom theory and clinical experiences, as well as liberal arts courses, each student is reminded that the nursing major places great responsibilities for time management upon the individual. The nursing courses must be taken in the following sequence, NSG 115, NSG 120, NSG 210, NSG 225 and NSG 230 and a grade of C must be earned in each before progressing to the next level.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses (RN-BSN Completion Program)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program for registered nurses offers the qualified student a program of study which combines general education courses with professional nursing theory and more complex critical thinking, and non-traditional clinical practica. Consistent with the mission and goals of the college, the BSN program prepares nurses as leaders who can provide health care and leadership to individuals, families, groups, and populations of diverse cultures in a variety of settings.

Students entering the RN-BSN completion program are RNs who have previously earned either an associate degree or diploma in nursing and have a current RN license. This track consists of the upper division level course work. Two tracks are available; a 12 month accelerated format (must have General Education and support courses completed) or a two-year format.

The RN-BSN program is flexible to allow registered nurses the opportunity, essential to many RN-BSN students, to continue in the work force while earning a baccalaureate degree. The online/blended format courses meets 2-3 times during the course. Online courses do not meet face-to-face. However, students my schedule appointments with faculty as needed.


Prepare yourself for a rewarding career in human services -- including therapeutic, industrial, educational, or governmental positions -- with a Psychology degree from Midway College. The program can also serve as a springboard to graduate study in the subfields of psychology, such as counseling, child development, or educational psychology.

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Minor, Psychology

Sport Management

Would you like a career in the exciting, competitive world of athletics? Midway’s Sport Management degree will prepare you for managing sport programs in a variety of settings: business, community, public, or private. You will earn a well-rounded education that integrates sport industry knowledge with the fundamentals of management, marketing, accounting, and finance.

Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management

Teacher Education

You can realize your goal of becoming an educator in Midway College’s Teacher Education program. Midway has an excellent reputation for developing leaders in the classroom and prides itself on a perfect record: 100 percent of Midway College Teacher Education students receive their provisional licensure after graduation!

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education (P-5)
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education (P-5) with Learning and Behavior Disorders Certification
Bachelor of Arts in Middle School Education (5-9)
Bachelor of Arts in Middle School Education (5-9) with Learning and Behavior Disorders Certification
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Biology Education
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary English Education
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Education