The Registered Nursing (RN) training program in Howard College is a two-year Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Training program that offers college credit. The credit. The 2nd year of the training program, starting with Mental Health Nursing in the Summer II Session is web-based for the lecture portion of the class.
The training program is also endorsed by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). Upon successful completion, pupils will make application to sit and take the State Board Examination to become a Registered Nurse (RN).
About The School
Howard College is a community college with its primary campus in Big Spring, Texas and outlet campuses in San Angelo and also Lamesa, United States.
Howard County Junior College was founded in Big Spring in the year 1945. 148 pupils started lessons in September 1946, in the hospital wing of the past Big Spring Army Air Force Bombardier School (later on Webb Air Force Base).
Total estimated program cost is USD $13,005
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- Completed application and folder.
- Official transcripts showing a “C” or better in all Prerequisites.
- TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) scores. In the event the number of applicants exceed set ratio for faculty and preceptors admission will be made on the basis of total points. Student will be ranked on the basis of total points based on Prerequisite grades and TEAS scores. Applications expire after selection is made and any student not selected or who declined admission must file a new application to be considered for the next year. Should two or more applicants have the same number of points then the TEAS Adjusted Total Individual Score will be the tie breaker.
- Prior to actual admission into the Associate Degree Nursing Program, applicants must have successfully completed 15 hours of required support courses with a final grade of “C” or above.
- ENGL 1301 – Composition I
- BIOL 2301 – Anatomy and Physiology I (lecture)
- BIOL 2101 – Anatomy and Physiology I (lab)
- BIOL 2302 – Anatomy and Physiology II (lecture)
- BIOL 2102 – Anatomy and Physiology II (lab)
- BIOL 2320 – Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lecture)
- BIOL 2120 – Microbiology for Non-Science Majors (lab)
BIOL 2301 and BIOL 2302 must have been taken within ten (10) years of the admission date. If older than ten years, course may have to be repeated or a minimum competency score be attained for entrance.
Address: 1001 Birdwell Ln, Big Spring, TX 79720
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