Licensed Practical Nurse
This program prepares the student to become a Licensed Practical Nurse - an important member of the healthcare team who works under the supervision or direction of a registered nurse, licensed physician, or dentist. Students will learn the role of the LPN and how to care for a variety of patients including geriatric, pediatric, oncology, and pre/post operative patients. Students will learn how to identify patient problems, identify appropriate interventions and evaluate nursing care. Graduates of this program will be eligible to take the NCLEX-PN and become licensed through the Board of Nursing.
Long Term Care Aide, Anatomy and Physiology, and Medical Terminology.
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Direct-Teacher Led Class
SOC Code: 29.2061.00
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Curriculum / Hours
|Introduction to Nursing||40|
|Fundamentals of Nursing Skills||160|
|Clinical Nursing I (concurrent)||80|
|Pharmacology and IV Therapy Skills||66|
|Medical Surgical Nursing I||78|
|Clinical Nursing II (concurrent)||224|
|Medical Surgical Nursing II||78|
|Clinical Nursing III||232|
|Mental Health Nursing||40|
|Transition to Practice||45|
|Clinical Nursing IV||120|
|Tuition - In District||$3,759|
|Tuition - Out of District||$4,386|
|*Additional charges will apply after 12 months|
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