NURSING - ARTICULATION OPTION
Associate of Applied Science
The Practical Nursing Articulation Option of the Associate Degree Nursing program contains a sequence of clinical classes that begins in the Summer semester each year. Entrance into this clinical sequence is limited to students who have successfully completed the entrance requirements. Copies of the entrance requirements are available from the Admissions Office. An acceptable Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI&I) report/FBI background check and drug screening are required in order to enter the clinical sequence.
The Nursing Department publishes a Program Policy and Procedure Manual which delineates specific department/ program policies which are not explained in the general catalog. The specific policies as described in the department's Policy and Procedure Manual take precedence over any general policy outlined in the College catalog. A copy of the Policy and Procedure Manual is available in the Admissions Office.
Students may begin non-RNUR courses any semester. A minimum grade of C is required in all non-RNUR courses (BIOL1101, BIOL2751, BIOL2752, BIOL1550, ENGL1010, CHEM1030, PSYC1010, and PSYC2010) to meet prerequisite requirements. A minimum grade of C is required in all RNUR classes in order to meet prerequisite requirements.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to: