Education Details

Award type: AAS
Clark College

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Program Overview for Nursing
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Clark College
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Program contact
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(360) 992-2078
Program description
The Nursing program involves more than just the teaching of health science and pathophysiology. The program promotes a commitment to caring as well. Students are prepared with knowledge and skills which will enable them to practice their profession anywhere in the United States. The Associate Degree Nursing program prepares the graduate to manage and care for groups of patients in complex nursing situations, including acute care, long term care, and in a variety of other health care settings. Graduates receive an Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing. “With additional credits, an Associate in Arts degree may be granted.” Graduates are qualified to take the National Council Examination for licensure as a Registered Nurse.Candidates who meet the preliminary admission requirements for the two-year clinical program in Associate Degree Nursing will be accepted on a competitive basis. Licensed Practical Nurses who wish to enter the Registered Nurse program are admitted on a space available basis for one year of study after requirements are met.
Financial Information
Tuition per credit
$119.97 (WA Resident)
Program Information
Length of training
18 Month clinical program with preliminary requirements that must be taken before program entry
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Locations offered
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Public transportation service: Tri Met

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Offered evenings/weekends
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Certification/license required to work in this field
Certification/license obtained as part of training program
Certification/license test preparation provided