At Cape Cod Community College every student that wants to acquire an Associate Degree in Nursing Program will have to undertake and pass a sequence of courses in smooth process of learning that is steady and gradual until they are worthy of an Associate of Science Degree in Nursing. They are taught the basics and then progress to more complex matters until they are fit to pass the NCLEX-RN successfully.
About the school
Cape Cod Community College, locally known as “Four Cs,” is located in West Barnstable, Massachusetts a two-year community college. Cape Cod Community College was founded in1961 as the second institution to resume as part of what is today, a 15 community college system in Massachusetts. It awards Associate in Associate in Science and Arts degrees and various academic certificates in a wide array of programs.
The college gives access to on-campus master’s and bachelor’s degree programs in affiliation with: Boston University, Bridgewater State University, Lesle University, Suffolk University, Salem State University, UMass Dartmouth, UMass Boston, and Wheelock College.
The college accommodates the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design official facility that was completed in 2006 and Lyndon P. Lorusso Applied Technology Building.
Total program cost for in-state residents is $19,488 while that of the out-of-state residents is $34,320.
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
Qualifications for Admissions
Satisfactory performance in the most recent educational experience is required and must include:
- Successful completion of (CHM109) Chemistry for the Health Sciences (or an equivalent college/university chemistry course).
- Successful completion of Human Anatomy & Physiology I with a lab (BIO107 or the equivalent).
- Successful completion of (NUR100) Pharmacology Calculations within the last two years.
Nursing applicants with previous college credit may have fulfilled one or more prerequisites at another college or university. Transfer credit may be awarded if official transcripts show equivalent college-level course work required for the Nursing Program, from an accredited college or university, with a grade of C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better.
- Completed the required science courses i.e. Anatomy & Physiology II and Microbiology
- Completed the required general education courses i.e., General Psychology, English Composition, etc.
- Achieved a high level of academic success.
- Graduated from the CCCC Tri-level Certified Nurse Aide program with a final grade of A and are recommended by the Nurse Aide program Director.
Cape Cod Community College (West Barnstable, MA)
2240 Iyannough Road,
West Barnstable, MA 02668
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