Practical Nursing Programs are offered in three different options – a Full Time Day Track, Evening and Weekend, and a Hybrid Option. The Full Time Day Track accepts students each August and lasts 3 semesters. The Evening and Weekend Track begins in June and spans 5 consecutive semesters. The Hybrid Option is also begins in August and spans 5 consecutive semesters. Additional information on these options can be found in the Curriculum section.
As a requirement of the United States Department of Education (USDE), the following link provides professional licensure requirements for each state: https://www.ncsbn.org/14730.htm This link provides requirements for out-of-state nursing programs whose graduates want to test or endorse into another state.
The Practical Nursing Department provides quality education to prepare its graduates for productive employment in entry-level nursing practice in a variety of healthcare settings in the nine-county areas served by the college.
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