Nursing - Practical Nursing and Associate Nursing Degree
Admission standards and application deadlines apply to this program. Please contact Enrollment Services for more details.
A. High school diploma or equivalency
B. COMPASS reading score of 83 or ACT score of 19
C. COMPASS numerical score of 50 or ACT score of 18
D. COMPASS writing score of 62 or ACT score of 17
E. Standardized placement scores must be current (completed within 24 months) at time of enrollment.
Students are required to attend nursing orientation and complete the following requirements once admitted to the program:
A. Students will be required to pass a mandatory background check and drug screening
B. Active LPN licensure-unrestricted
C. Students will be required to submit (at their own expense) a completed physical examination form and immunizations for health care providers
D. Current Iowa Certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant**
E. Current certification in CPR-Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers**
F. Current certification in Mandatory Reporter-Adult & Child Abuse**
G. Signed Confidentiality Agreement
**Certifications may be obtained at Southeastern Cummunity College. Students should work with an Enrollment Specialist for the appropriate courses and dates to obtain these certifications.
All health career programs require students to earn a grade of "C" (2.0) or above in all coursework within the program. All other eligibility requirements must be met.
|PNN-160||INTRODUCTION TO NURSING PRACTICE||2||0||2|
|PNN-220||PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSING I||2||0||2|
|PNN-534||MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING I||8||1||12.5|
|PNN-311||PN ISSUES AND TRENDS||1||0||1|
|PNN-535||MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING II||8||0||12|
|PSY-111||INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY||3||0||3|
|SOC-110||INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY||3||0||3|
|ADN-311||RN ISSUES AND TRENDS||1||0||1|