ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING
The purpose of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to prepare graduates to care for and manage groups of clients with common, complex health problems with predictable outcomes in structured settings. The graduate is prepared to function under the direction and guidance of a professional nurse as well as guide licensed practical nurses, and unlicensed assistant personnel (UAP) in the provision of nursing care. In addition, the graduate is prepared to assume ethical-legal responsibilities to practice according to ANA Standards and under the guidelines of the North Carolina Nursing Practice Act. The graduate is prepared to take the NCLEX-RN examination for licensure as a registered nurse.
THE A.D.N. PHILOSOPHY and CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK (opens in a new window)
Academic Sequencing and Fact Sheet(opens in a new window)
Individual Course Descriptions(opens in a new window)
COMPETITIVE POINT WORKSHEET FOR ADMISSION TO A.D.N. Full PROGRAM (opens in a new window)
ESTIMATED PROGRAM COSTS(opens in a new window)
Nursing Related Links:
Joint Commission - helping health care organizations help patients (opens in a new window)
National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN) (opens in a new window)
- Founded in 1984 and is recognized nationally as the voice for Associate Degree Nursing
North Carolina Board of Nursing-NCBON (opens in a new window)
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (opens in a new window)
2013 Edition - ACEN Accreditation Manual (opens in a new window)
Certified Background.com (opens in a new window)
Coordinates the background check process from start to finish for new students.
You can obtain CPR certification from the American Heart Association (AHA) and/or FTCC. If you take the American Red Cross course it is limited to the following: CPR for the Professional Rescuer with AED.
Department Chair: Erin K. Hinson, RN, MSN email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Department Secretary: (910) 678-8392