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The Associate Degree Nursing program provides the student with the skills to utilize the nursing process and assess unique patient needs across the lifespan using a concept-based approach to learning.
Degree competence will be assessed regularly by evaluation of expected learning outcomes in the clinical setting as well as course examinations. Emphasis is placed on the use of critical thinking and creative problem-solving in the clinical setting.
The nursing major prepares graduates in a variety of health care settings as entry-level registered nurses. Upon successful completion of the nursing program, the graduate is eligible to take the NCLEX-RN® (National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses). Program assessment is conducted by monitoring student success rates on the NCLEX-RN® exam.
Complete the following courses with a minimum 2.5 GPA. All science courses must have been completed within seven years prior to the date of nursing program application.
All general education courses and nursing courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C. Please contact a nursing counselor to determine course equivalencies.
|Medical Surgical Nursing - Older Adult
|Nursing Skills Practicum I
|Mental Health Nursing
|Obstetrical Patients and the Newborn
|Nursing Skills Practicum II
|Intermediate Medical-Surgical Nursing I
|Intermediate Medical-Surgical Nursing II
|Nursing Skills Practicum III
|Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing I
|Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing II Preceptorship
|Critical Thinking and Composition
Honors Critical Thinking and Composition
Honors General Psychology
|Introduction to Sociology
Honors Sociology 101
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
|Any 3 unit course from area 3 of the A.S. Degree Requirements