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FALL SEMESTER (1ST year)
CREDITS
BIO 251 Human Physiology ....................................................... 4
NUR 140 Fund. Concepts of Nsg. Practice Across the Lifespan 7
NUR 141 – Clinical Experience of Fundamental Concepts ........ 1
NUR 142 – Clinical Reasoning in Current Nursing Practice ...... 2
14
FALL SEMESTER (2nd year)
CREDITS
Humanities Course ...................................................................... 3
NUR 240 – Concepts of Nursing Practice Care of Adults with
Stable/Unstable Conditions ........................................................ 5
NUR 241 – Clinical Experience of Nursing Practice II ............. 4
12
SPRING SEMESTER (1st year)
CREDITS
NUR 144 Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of Patients
with Uncomplicated Conditions.................................................. 9
NUR 145 – Clinical Experience of Nursing Practice I................ 4
13
SPRING SEMESTER (2nd year)
CREDITS
NUR 244 – Concepts of Nursing Practice Care of Patients
Across Lifespan Complex Conditions ........................................ 4
NUR 245 – Clinical Experience of Complex Patients ................ 4
NUR 246 – Transition to Nursing Practice .................................2
Communications (ENG 102, ENG 250, SPE 101 or SPE 105) ... 3
13
PN Exit Course – for those students who wish to complete the
NCLEX-LPN Examination & receive a certificate.
NUR 150 Practical Nursing Exit Course .................................... 3
Total Credits ADN/RN: 64
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING - RN ADVANCED STANDING TRACK
Associate of Applied Science – 1.5 years
Students entering into the Associate Degree Advanced Track must be currently licensed as an LPN prior to acceptance into the Core Nursing
Classes. Students must also successfully complete the Transition course with a B- or higher in order to progress in the program. Human Anatomy
and Physiology must be current within the past seven years. Students are required to complete an ATI comprehensive predictor test prior to
August 5th to identify content areas needing remediation.
Admission Requirements
Enrollment in any Nursing (NUR) course requires admission to the nursing program. Consideration for admission is on a competitive basis and
requires satisfactory completion of program pre-requisites. Space in the nursing program is limited, and completion of the prerequisites does not
guarantee admission to the program.
1.
2.
3.
A 2.0 grade or higher is required in each of the following pre-requisite courses to be considered complete: ENG 101 or ENG 105, BIO
250, ORI 100 and PSY 101.
However, a cumulative GPA of the following courses must be a 3.0.
a. English Composition (ENG 101) or Technical English (ENG 105)
b. General Psychology (PSY 101)
c. Human Anatomy (BIO 250)
d. Human Physiology (BIO 251)
LPN Licensure
Pre-requisite coursework
CREDITS
ORI 100 College Experience ....................................................... 1
BIO 250 Human Anatomy ............................................................ 4
ENG 101 English Composition .................................................... 3
PSY 101 General Psychology ....................................................... 4
BIO 251 Human Physiology ......................................................... 4
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FALL SEMESTER (1st year)
CREDITS
Humanities Course........................................................................ 3
NUR 240 Concepts of Nursing Practice Care of Adults with
Stable/Unstable Conditions........................................................... 5
NUR 241 Clinical Experience of Nursing Practice II .................. 4
NUR 242 Transition to RN program ............................................ 1
13
SPRING SEMESTER (1st year)
CREDITS
NUR 244 Concepts of Nursing Practice Care of Patients
Across Lifespan Complex Conditions ........................................ 4
NUR 245 Clinical Experience of Complex Patients ................... 4
NUR 246 Transition to Nursing Practice ....................................2
Communications (ENG 102, ENG 250, SPE 101 or SPE 105) ... 3
13
Total Credits: 42
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