The Nursing Training program in Northeastern Junior College (NJC) is a four-semester training program after completing a set of requirement courses. Pupils graduate with an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing and are subsequently qualified to obtain the NCLEX-RN (Nursing state board exam) to evolve into a Registered Nurse (RN).
Registered Nurses are in very high demand and are the biggest group of health-care providers in the US. Registered Nurses have both independent as well as dependent services in providing patient treatment that includes implementing doctors’ orders, patient assessment and providing patient education. Registered Nurses work in a number of functions such as public health care agencies, hospitals, clinics, home care agencies, long-term care facilities as well as schools. 2-year associate degree in nursing starting off in fall 2015 upon state agencies endorsement.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
Northeastern Junior College (NJC) is a 2-year junior college situated in Sterling, Colorado founded in 1941, in the United States. It is a member college of the Colorado Community College System.
The school provides over eighty programs of learning, with classes conducted at the campus or over the Internet. Besides traditional course offerings, the College offers courses in agriculture, cosmetology, nursing, as well as wind energy technology.
The major campus in the northern region of Sterling, Colorado, structures on the campus comprise of the Event Center that includes the Jackson Edwards Arena, where sports, as well as live performance occasions, are held, and a health club. The campus also consists of a number of dormitories, and it bears a bookstore as well as the Monahan Library. The Hays Student Center operates as the campus’ student union. Northeastern offers over eighty programs of learning. This consists of degrees that convert to 4-year institutions as well as degrees or certifications which are completed in 24 months or less.
Total program cost is USD $12,200
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- College Application
- Nursing Program on-line application
- Official transcripts for all courses transferred from colleges other than NJC
Students who request to transfer NUR courses from another CCCS college must meet the following criteria:
NUR course grades from other CCCS colleges must be a “C” or higher
• Complete a Kaplan competency exam at NJC on content from NUR course and score in the 65th Percentile
- All pre-requisite courses completed with a Grade Point Average of 2.5 or higher
- Proof of Placement test, ACT scores or comparable course work to show Math and Reading at college level
- The following the science courses must be completed within seven years of the start date of the program: BIO 204 Microbiology, BIO 216 Pathophysiology, and MAT 103 Math for Clinical Calculations or higher level math course.
- Pre-requisite Courses: ENG 121 English Composition I, HPR 108 Dietary Nutrition or HWE 100 Human Nutrition, BIO 201 Anatomy & Physiology I, BIO 202 Anatomy & Physiology II and
PSY 235 Human Growth & Development
- Kaplan Nursing Admission exam
Northeastern Junior College
Address: 100 College Ave, Sterling, CO 80751
Telephone: +1 970-521-6600CC