The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program has three different curriculum tracks to receive your Registered Nurse (RN) degree.
- Students may complete some or all of the general education (non-nursing) courses prior to admission to the ADN program.
- Upon admission to the program, students must complete any remaining general education courses prior to or within the semester listed, in order to progress.
- NUR courses are sequential and cannot be combined to shorten the length of the program.
- All courses listed in the ADN curriculum must be completed with a “C” or higher.
Associate Degree Nursing Degree Traditional Curriculum
Students attending the daytime traditional track are scheduled to complete the program in five (5) semesters.
Associate Degree Nursing Degree Traditional Evenings-Weekends Curriculum
Students attending evenings and weekends are scheduled to complete the program in seven (7) semesters rather than five (5).
Associate Degree Nursing LPN to RN Career Mobility Curriculum
Students attending the LPN to RN Mobility Track are scheduled to complete the program in four (4) semesters.