Associate Degree Nursing
Philosophy and Conceptual Framework
Traditional (Generic) Track (Day)
Traditional (Generic) Track (Evenings/Weekends)
LPN to RN Mobility Track
Meet the Faculty
Emergency Medical Services
Physical Therapist Assistant
RN to BSN Mobility
Health Science Application Information
Health Sciences Resource Center
Health Sciences Simulation Center
Health Sciences Program Information Sessions Registration
Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Students
Gainful Employment (GE) Program Disclosures
Performance on Licensure Exam—The licensure exam pass rate will be at or above the national mean for first-time writers.
Program Completion—At least 75% of the students admitted will graduate within 150% of the time of the stated program length beginning with the first required nursing course as delineated below:
Associate degree nursing--eight semesters
LPN-RN mobility option with NUR 200--six semesters
LPN-RN mobility option without NUR 200--five semesters
Paramedic -RN mobility option--five semesters
Practical nursing--five semesters
Part-time practical nursing and associate degree nursing options-one and one half times the semester length of the respective program
Program Satisfaction —
At least 80% of graduates responding to the graduate survey distributed within one year after graduation will indicate satisfaction with the program.
At least 80% of employers responding to the employer survey distributed within one year after graduation will indicate satisfaction with the program.
Job Placement- At least 90% of the graduates seeking employment will be employed one year after graduation in a position for which the program prepared them.