The Associate Degree Nursing Program prepares men and women for the practice of registered nursing to provide direct client care across the life span. The practice of the associate degree nurse is primarily directed toward clients who have health needs and require assistance to maintain or restore their optimum state of health or support to die with dignity. The associate degree nurse is prepared to address acute and chronic healthcare needs and common well-defined healthcare problems in hospitals, long-term care facilities, and certain community health agencies.

For a complete list of technical standards, program required forms, and admission procedures please go to the Health and Human Services department page.

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Student Nursing Manual

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