15 Week Session

  • Course Description:

    The course prepares students to work in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and home health agencies. It is also a pre-requisite to the licensure programs. Classroom, laboratory, and faculty supervised clinical learning experiences are offered. A Certificate of Completion (COC) is awared after successful completion of the course. The course is offered for 10 weeks during the semester. (Note: 4 Lecture Credits)

  • Course Description:

    The course prepares students to work in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and home health agencies. It is also a pre-requisite to the licensure programs. Classroom, laboratory, and faculty supervised clinical learning experiences are offered. A Certificate of Completion (COC) is awared after successful completion of the course. The course is offered for 10 weeks during the semester. (Note: 2 Clinical Laboratory Credits)

  • Course Description:

    The course prepares students to work in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and home health agencies. It is also a pre-requisite to the licensure programs. Classroom, laboratory, and faculty supervised clinical learning experiences are offered. A Certificate of Completion (COC) is awared after successful completion of the course. The course is offered for 10 weeks during the semester. (Note: 4 Lecture Credits)

  • Course Description:

    The course focuses on the practical nurse’s use of the nursing process and evidence-based nursing practice in the care of patients with psycho-social, perioperative, cardiovascular, immunologic, hematologic, respiratory, musculoskeletal, circulatory, metabolic, endocrine, elimination, skin integrity, sensory, reproductive, and neurologic function in acute care and long-term settings, including administration of medication under the supervision of the faculty.  Basic comprehensive nursing concepts will also be utilized in the care of patients, families, and the community, with emphasis on Mental Health Nursing and the role of Public Health Nurse/Community Health Nurse in the prevention of disease and maintenance of optimum health for patients of all ages.  (Note: 9 lecture credits)

  • Course Description:

    The course focuses on the practical nurse’s use of the nursing process and evidence-based nursing practice in the care of patients with psycho-social, perioperative, cardiovascular, immunologic, hematologic, respiratory, musculoskeletal, circulatory, metabolic, endocrine, elimination, skin integrity, sensory, reproductive, and neurologic function in acute care and long-term settings, including administration of medication under the supervision of the faculty.  Basic comprehensive nursing concepts will also be utilized in the care of patients, families, and the community, with emphasis on Mental Health Nursing and the role of Public Health Nurse/Community Health Nurse in the prevention of disease and maintenance of optimum health for patients of all ages.  (Note: 7 clinical laboratory credits

  • Course Description:

    The course prepares students to work in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and home health agencies. It is also a pre-requisite to the licensure programs. Classroom, laboratory, and faculty supervised clinical learning experiences are offered. A Certificate of Completion (COC) is awared after successful completion of the course. The course is offered for 10 weeks during the semester. (Note: 2 Clinical Laboratory Credits)