The ADN in Northwest Mississippi Community College is an LPN-RN Transition course which is an intensive 8-week summer course built to facilitate the transition of the licensed practical nurse (LPN) to the position of a professional registered nurse (RN). The course content is meant to improve knowledge learned in a practical nursing training program and also comprises of a summary of fundamental nursing concepts, important nursing skills, and culturally competent nursing care of persons, families and also communities.
Importance will be placed on the provision of top quality, evidenced based, patient-centered nursing care while sustaining the highest standard of safety and also effectiveness. This course comprises of theory, lab and clinical hours.
After successful completion of this program, the pupil will be qualified to enter NUR 2128 Maternal Child Nursing and will finalize the last two (2) semesters with the traditional ADN pupils.
About The School
Northwest Mississippi Community College is a two (2) year public community college situated in Senatobia, Mississippi, United States Of America and has been in existence ever since 1928. As of August 2008, Northwest’s enrollment surpasses 7,100 pupils.
Total estimated program cost is USD $13,770
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
As an LPN seeking advanced placement in the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN)
Program, you must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the LPN-RN Transition course:
1) Applicant must have passed NCLEX-PN as shown by submitting LPN License number on the NWCC Nursing Division application. This license must be active, unrestricted, and include current IV certification.
2) Applicant must have completed applications to NWCC and NWCC Division of
Nursing, including all transcripts submitted to the Registrar’s office. The Division of Nursing application must be completed online and will be available from January 1-February 15 for the LPN Transition summer course.
3) Applicant must have an enhanced ACT composite score of 18 or above.
4) Applicant must have a GPA of 2.0 or greater. Grade point average is based on Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, and College Algebra. If a course is taken more than once, the last two attempts are used to compute the GPA. Grades older than 10 years are not considered if they would count against the student.
5) Applicant must have completed A&P I /Lab and A&P II/ Lab with a “C” or better within the last 7 years.
6) Applicant must have completed with a “C” or better all prerequisite courses as outlined in the LPN-RN Transition plan of study.
7) Applicant must be deemed eligible for the LPN-RN Transition Course by the Division of Nursing LPN Advanced Placement Committee.
Northwest Mississippi Community College
Address: 4975 Highway 51 N, Senatobia, MS 38668
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