Upon successful completion of the Practical Nursing program, the graduate will have the theoretical knowledge and skills required for the computerized Adaptive Testing for the National Council for Licensing and Examination. Upon successful passing of the exam, the individual will be able to seek employment in the field of nursing.
The program consists of 1350 instructor clock hours designed to prepare students for employment as a Practical Nurse. The curriculum is developed to meet state and industry standards and a syllabus is made available to each student one week prior to enrollment. Students must successfully complete classroom theory, lab, and clinical skills components of each course component prior to advancing to the next course or component. Successful completers of this program are eligible to take the National Council of Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Practical Nurse.