Mayland Community College is located just outside Spruce Pine, North Carolina and serves Avery, Mitchell and Yancey Counties. Lees-McRae College offers four evening programs on Mayland’s main campus.
A special fee structure for Extended Campus makes these programs affordable for everyone.
This full-time program prepares the student for licensure to work in a
Birth-Kindergarten setting. It builds upon an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education.
The 60 semester hour program takes place over two years and one summer session. Seated classes meet two evenings a week.
This full-time program is offered through a combination of seated and online classes. It builds upon an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, an AA or AS degree, or a combination of 73 semester hours of college level work that can be transferred to Lees-McRae College.
This 51 semester hour program can be completed over two years and leads to a B.A.A.S. in Criminal Justice.
This full-time program prepares the student to be a teacher in the North Carolina Public School system. It builds upon an Associate's Degree in Early Childhood or an AA or AS degree.
This 60 semester hour program takes place over two years and includes one summer session. Seated classes meet two evenings a week.
This full-time program is designed for students who are working in the healthcare field and who already hold a two-year degree in Nursing.
Classes meet one evening per week on the Mayland Campus; the 50 semester hours can be completed in two years.
This program is fully accredited by The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Kate Gavenus, Director, Extended Campus Programs
Martha Hartley, Director, RN to BSN Program
Ginger McKinney, Site Coordinator, Elem.Ed. and B-K
Ava Smith, Site Coordinator, Criminal Justice