Professional Nursing, ADN
The Nursing Program (ADN) is designed to prepare graduates to become effective nurse clinicians capable of sound clinical judgment in a variety of healthcare settings. The curriculum enables students to acquire principles and knowledge from natural and behavioral sciences and blends this coursework with the art of nursing. The integration of theory and clinical practice is designed to assist the student in the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
The program is designed to prepare the graduate to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for registered nurses. Graduates will demonstrate safe, competent care and be able to synthesize knowledge from the natural and behavioral sciences to inform the decision-making process regarding the clients plan of care utilizing the nursing process.
Additionally, graduates will be able to develop, implement and evaluate teaching plans for individual clients, families or groups, based on teaching learning needs, and function with accountability and commitment to the practice of nursing in accordance with standards of practice, legal, ethical guidelines and within the scope of practice for a registered nurse.
Through this program you will learn:
- English Composition
- Fundamentals of Speech
- College Algebra
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Anatomy & Physiology Lab
- Growth and Development
- General Psychology
- Fundamentals of Nursing
- Health Assessment
- Pharmacology & Drug Calculations
- Medical Surgical
- Maternity & Newborn & Pediatric Nursing
- Leadership and Synthesis of Nursing Practice
- Geriatric, Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing
- NCLEX Review and Knowledge Integration
Duration: Between 14 and 24 months (depends on existing credits)
1635 hours in total
Next Start Date: FEBRUARY, 2022
Application Deadline: JANUARY, 2022
Upon successful completion of this program, the School will assist each graduate with job placement; however, the School does not guarantee employment.