The ADN training program is built to prepare graduates for Registered Nursing positions in many different health-care settings. The training program incorporates studies at Owens Community College with planned and also supervised experience in client care in health-care facilities and also community organizations.
Training program is endorsed by Ohio Board of Nursing and also certified by the accreditation commission for education in nursing.
About The School
Owens State Community College is an extensive community college with campuses in Toledo and also Findlay, Ohio, United States Of America.
Owens was established in 1965 in Toledo, and was chartered in the year 1967. The Findlay campus unveiled in 1983.
Total estimated program cost is USD $21,120
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
The registered nurse program is a selective admissions program. Nursing program applicants must meet established minimum criteria to be considered for the nursing program. Only applicants who meet the minimum criteria in January (for fall semester entrance) and June (for spring semester entrance) will be awarded points. The potential nursing applicant needs to be aware that meeting minimum standards does not ensure admission to the nursing program. Applicants for the nursing program tend to be well qualified and only the top candidates are selected for each semester (fall or spring).
- A cumulative grade point average of 2.5 (4.0 system) will be based on the general education courses completed within the nursing program plan of study. GPA will be determined in the following manner:
- A college applicant’s GPA is based on completion of 11 college credit hours, three of which must include a required math or science course within the nursing program plan of study.
- If A above is not applicable, the high school grade point average (GPA) on file at Owens Community College will be used.
- Completion of one full year of high school level chemistry or Principles of Chemistry (CHM 095) at Owens Community College or a higher level college chemistry course with a grade of “C” or better.
- Completion of one full year of high school level biology or Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO 211) at Owens Community College or a college biology course equivalent to BIO 211 with a grade of “C” or better.
- The American College Test (ACT) is required of all applicants. The minimum composite score of a 20 is recommended.
- Completion of all four components of the most recent version of TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) is required. A minimum score of 60 is recommended in Reading and Science and a minimum score of 70 is recommended in English and Math.
- An Ohio Department of Health approved Nurse Assistant Training Competency Evaluation Program (NATCEP) must be completed within two years of the beginning of the first clinical course. Documentation noting successful completion must be submitted to the Nursing Department Chair. Students who are currently working in the role of a State Tested Nurse Assistant (STNA) may submit a letter of verification from their current employer detailing their job responsibilities. The Nursing Department Chair will determine if the student meets the criteria for the NATCEP requirement.
- Official transcripts are required from the applicant’s high school, college or university attended (including LPN and RN programs attended, if applicable). Official high school transcripts and all other official transcripts must be sent directly to the Owens Community College Oserve Office.
- MELAB (80 percentile) or IBN TOEFL (79-80) tests may be required to show proof of English language proficiency for individuals whose native language is not English
Owens Community College
Address: 30335 Oregon Rd, Perrysburg, OH 43551, USA
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