Long Beach City College (LBCC), founded in 1927, is a community college situated in Long Beach, California, United States. It is separated into two campuses. The Liberal Arts Campus referred to as LAC, is situated in the residential community of the Lakewood Village part of Long Beach, on Carson Street west of Clark Avenue. The Pacific Coast Campus, referred to as PCC, is situated in central Long Beach, close to the city of Signal Hill, on Pacific Coast Highway east of Orange Avenue. It is the sole college in the Long Beach Community College District.
Long Beach Junior College commissioned its doors at Woodrow Wilson High School in 1927 to 503 pupils, and in 1935, the college relocated to the campus on the corner of Carson and Clark.
The Associate Degree Nursing program at Long Beach City College strives for students who are enthusiastic about assisting other people and who are mentally and physically capable of meeting the task of this exciting career.
The faculty members of the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Training program provide a top-notch nursing education to eligible and diverse students for the growth and development of entry-level nurses who are ready to meet the changing health-care needs of the community. The faculty strives to build a student-centered environment of lifelong learning, collaboration and mentorship to promote academic excellence and also compassionate nursing care.
Upon successful graduation, students are awarded associate degree Nursing ad are also eligible to sit and take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN).
Total program cost is USD $8,000
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- MATH: A qualifying score on the LBCC Assessment Test which places a student in Mathematics 37, 37 H, 40, 45, Statistics 1, 1 H, or higher, OR successful completion with a grade of “C” or higher in a college math course at the level of Mathematics 120 or 130 A or 130 or higher. Math 110 taken after spring 2009 is not acceptable.
- ENGLISH 1: Completed at LBCC with a passing grade or successful completion of a college English course at the level of English 1 from another college/university that has been equivalency approved by the English Department Chair.
- SCIENCES: ANATOMY 1 (Human Anatomy), PHYSIOLOGY 1 (Human Physiology), and BIOLOGY 2 (General Microbiology). Life Science courses must have a combined GPA of 2.5 or higher and be completed within five (5) years prior to the application deadline. Courses taken at another college/university must be evaluated for equivalency by the Life Science Department Chair.
- HIGH SCHOOL/GED (mandatory): All applicants must provide a copy of a High School transcript/diploma or GED certificate.
- OVERALL/CUMULATIVE GPA: must be 2.5 or higher; based on all grades from all colleges attended. Attach an unofficial transcript of LBCC courses and an official, sealed transcript from all other colleges.
Long Beach City College
Address: 4901 E Carson St, Long Beach, CA 90808
Phone: +1 562-938-4111