What Is Nursing?
The Associate Degree Nursing program prepares graduates to provide and manage client care and to become members within the discipline of nursing. Intrinsic to the three roles of the nurse are the eight core components of nursing practice. The eight core components are: professional behaviors, nursing process, communication, clinical decision making, caring interventions, teaching/learning, collaboration, and managing care. These core components are introduced, developed, and built upon through the curriculum. The Associate Degree Nursing curriculum is organized around a clearly defined conceptual framework and combines general education and nursing courses. The courses correlate classroom and clinical instruction in a variety of community agencies.
What are my career options?
Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?
Graduates of the Associate Degree Nursing Program are awarded an Associate Degree in Applied Science and eligible by coursework to take the NCLEX-RN. Successful completion of the NCLEX-RN and licensure by a Board of Nursing allows the graduate to seek employment as a Registered Nurse.
|Medical Receptionist: 15 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Medical Coding: 22 Total credit hours|
|Medical Transcriptionist: 24 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Medical Scribe: 28 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Electronic Health Records Specialist: 28 - 30 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Hospital Admissions Specialist: 30 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Medical Unit Coordinator : 31 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Medical Administrative Assistant : 49 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|