Education Details

Associate Degree Nursing
Award type: AAS
Spokane Community College

Program Details  
Program Overview for Associate Degree Nursing
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Spokane Community College
Program website
Program contact
Deana Ortiz
(509) 533-7034
Program description
The purpose of the nursing program, consistent with the mission and objectives of Community Colleges of Spokane, is to prepare men and women to assume entry-level positions as Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and Registered Nurses (RN) in the community. Program goals are integrated into the philosophy, conceptual framework, terminal objectives and course objectives for the program. Program of study includes both nursing and general education courses. Supervised clinical experience is provided in selected nursing areas. After the second quarter, the student is eligible to take the Washington state exam for the Nursing Assistant Certified (NAC). At the completion of the first four quarters, the student is eligible to write the NCLEX Practical Nursing examination. At the completion of seven quarters of the nursing curriculum, the graduate may write the NCLEX exam for Registered Nurse. The program is approved by the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission. Admission requirements: please see SCC program description.
Financial Information
$1,191.30/10 Credits
Tuition per credit
$119.13 (WA Resident)
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Books and materials
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Supplies, tools, uniform
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Program Information
Length of training
2 Years
Award type
Locations offered
Main Location view map
Public transportation service: Spokane Transit

Offered evenings/weekends
Offered onlineno
Entrance requirements
Physical examination/immunizations/drug screening (completed after acceptance into the nursing program–forms available in the SCC Admissions Office). Any course in which a student earns below 2.0 GPA must be repeated before progressing in the program. LPNs and transfer students applying for advanced standing will be evaluated on an individual basis. Students may repeat a nursing class once: a maximum of two nursing courses may be repeated.
Certification/license required to work in this field
Certification/license obtained as part of training program
Certification/license test preparation provided