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A part-time evening/weekend LPN to RN option is available for LPNs who work and or wish to attend part time. General education courses can be completed as night classes or by distance education options such as web based learning. Nursing classes and clinicals are taught on evenings and weekends on an extended plan. General education courses listed in Year 1 must be completed before the student will be able to begin Year 2.

 

Admission Requirements: Admissions requirements for the part-time evening/weekend LPN to RN nursing program are the same as the regular program with the following exceptions:

  1. Current LPN license.
  2. Applicants must have graduated from an LPN program after May 15, 2012 OR provide documentation of one (1) year (2000 hours) of full-time LPN work experience in direct patient care during the past three years with written verification form employer at the time of application.
  3. Be an accepted student in the regular VATNP program
  4. Completion of 26 credits of support (general education) courses required for graduation from the Nursing program: BIO 141, BIO 142, ENG 111, ENG 112, MTH 126, ITE 100 or 115, PSY 231, PSY 232, and SDV 108.

 

Nursing Track 4: Part-time Evening/Weekend LPN to RN

Course Number

Course Title

Lec.

Hrs.

Lab.

Hrs.

Crs.

Summer Session - Year 1

ENG 111

College Composition I

3

0

3

ITE 115 or 100

Intro. to Information Systems or

Intro. to Comp Apps & Concepts

3

0

3

SDV 108

College Survival Skills

1

0

1

PSY 231

Life Span Human Development I

3

0

3

TOTAL

10

0

10

Fall Semester - Year 1

BIO 141

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

3

3

4

ENG 112

College Composition II

3

0

3

TOTAL

6

3

7

Spring Semester - Year 1

BIO 142

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

3

3

4

MTH 126

Mathematics for Allied Health

2

0

2

PSY 232

Life Span Human Development II

3

0

3

TOTAL

8

3

9

Summer Session - Year 2

NUR 115

LPN to RN Transition

5

3

6

NUR 226

Health Assessment

1

3

2

NUR 136

Principles of Pharmacology I

1

0

1

NUR 137

Principles of Pharmacology II

1

0

1

TOTAL

8

6

10

Fall Semester - Year 2

NUR 205

Introduction to Second Level Nursing

2

9

5

NUR 236

Principles of Pharmacology III

1

0

1

TOTAL

3

9

6

Spring Semester - Year 2

NUR 201

Psychiatric Nursing

2

3

3

TOTAL

2

3

3

Summer Session - Year 3

EEE

1*Humanities

3

0

3

TOTAL

3

0

3

Fall Semester - Year 3

NUR 245

Maternal/Newborn Nursing

2

3

3

NUR 254

Dimensions of Professional Nursing

2

0

2

TOTAL

4

3

5

Spring Semester - Year 3

NUR 208

Acute Medical/Surgical Nursing

3

9

6

NUR 237

Principles of Pharmacology IV

1

0

1

TOTAL

4

9

7

Total Minimum Credits for the AAS Degree .......................60*

Footnotes*

Upon completion of NUR 115, credit will be awarded for NUR 105, 108, 109, 195 (15 credits). These credits will appear on the student’s official transcript.

  1. Humanities electives include: ART 201, 202; literature; MUS 121, 122; PHI 101; REL 200, 210, 230; CST 130, 151, 152.
Last updated: 3/7/2014 2:03:54 PM