The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program teaches our students to work well with others and respond to patient needs, perform basic math skills and complex procedures, set priorities, manage time, solve problems, think critically, communicate, and maintain accountability in the profession. The program has a 2-Year and LVN-Bridging Advanced Placement Track. The advanced placement track prepares the Licensed Vocational Nurse to make the transition into the professional nursing role. Both of these options lead to an Associate of Applied Science degree and allow graduates to apply to take the state licensing exam for registered nursing (RN). Find answers to frequently asked questions about the program here.
Degrees & Certificates
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING
The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program requires a minimum of two years of study. A new class is selected each spring to begin the fall semester. An application process is required for admission to the program.
|2017-2018 Information Sessions|
September 5, 2017
*Information sessions begin at 4 p.m. in Room 1003 of the Dell Martin Nursing Education Center.
The Associate Degree in Nursing Program has articulation agreements with the following Universities:
The Associate Degree Nursing Program uses several settings to provide the nursing students with a variety of clinical experiences.
In addition to hospital based experiences, the ADN students complete rotations in various extended care facilities, community agencies, and home health agencies. All of these experiences help prepare the ADN student for the workplace environment.
|ADN Student Handbook|