The mission of the Associate Degree Nursing (and) Program is to prepare students for employment as nurses. Students successfully completing the 67-credit-hour program will earn an Associate Degree and be eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). Students successfully completing courses in the first three semesters of the ADN Program, 46 credit hours, will earn a certificate in Practical Nursing and will be eligible to apply to take the NCLEX-PN licensure exam. Upon licensure as a practical nurse, the student has the option to work as an LPN while completing the last two semesters of the ADN Program. The program mission supports the College Mission by providing academic and technical instruction and workforce development. AREA I: Written Composition (3 hours total) Term Grade Hours ENG101 – English Composition I _______ ______ 3

AREA II: Humanities and Fine Arts (6 hours total) SPH106 Fundamentals of Oral Communication


Grade Hours


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3 3


IDS102 Ethics

AREA III: Natural Science and Mathematics (11 hours total)


Grade Hours

MTH 100 Intermediate College Algebra BIO 201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

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3 4 4

AREA IV: History, Social, and Behavioral Sciences (3 hours total)


Grade Hours

PSY 210 Human Growth and development




AREA V: Pre-Professional, Major, and Elective Courses ( 44 hours total) ORI 101 Orientation BIO 220 General Microbiology NUR 112 Fundamental Concepts of Nursing

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1 4 7 8 8 2 7 7

NUR 113 Nursing Concepts I NUR 114 Nursing Concepts II NUR 115 Evidence Based Clinical Reasoning NUR 211 Advanced Nursing Concepts NUR 221 Advanced Based Clinical Reasoning

Total Hours Required for Degree 67 Nursing Mobility (Track 2): Licensed Practical Nurses and Licensed Paramedics planning to pursue an Associate Degree in Nursing through the Nursing Mobility Track should complete all courses in Areas I, II, III, and IV as prerequisites to NUR209 Concepts for Healthcare Transition with the exception of IDS 102 which may be taken as a co-requisite in the third semester. Upon successful completion of this 10-credit-hour course, Nursing Mobility students must successfully complete BIO 220, NUR211, and NUR 221 to complete program requirements.


2022-23 College Catalog and Student Handbook

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