To prepare Associate Degree Registered Nurse graduates to enter university B.S.N. bridge programs* (2+1+1 option).
To provide a curriculum of study for eligible students (i.e. students with prior degrees, students who have dual enrolled) who are waiting to apply to the Associate Degree (1+2+1 option).
To prepare transfer students to enter B.S.N programs (2+2 option).
To assist Pre-Nursing Career Studies Certificate completer’s who are waiting to apply and be accepted to the Associate Degree Nursing program and plan to continue their education at the B.S.N. level.
Program Learning Outcomes: A student will be able to:
demonstrate minimum proficiency in General Education Skills which are defined as oral communication, written communication, mathematical/problem solving, scientific reasoning, information literacy, and critical thinking;
demonstrate competency in identifying human organs and listing specific functions of organs that make up organ systems
identify the path taken by nutrients as they travel through the digestive system;
distinguish between the different drug classifications and commonly prescribed medications; and
demonstrate quantitative literacy by using and interpreting tables and graphs.
Curricular Requirements: Students must earn a grade of C or higher in courses that are required in the Associate of Applied Science Health Technology Nurisng degree program, and Practical Nursing Certificate program. Students pursuing transfer for a BSN must earn a C or higher in all courses.
Advising Sheet Suggested Schedules: Courses in advising sheets are displayed under the semester in which the courses are regularly offered. It is possible that a course shown on the schedule for a particular semester may not be offered due to low enrollment or other factors.
NOTE:MTH 245 and MTH 161 may require co-enrollment in MDE 61 or competion of MDE 60. MDE 54 or MDE 55 may be required as a co-enrollment for MTH 154 and MTH 155.