The Associate Degree Nursing curriculum at Tri-County Community College provides knowledge, competencies, and strategies to incorporate safety and quality into nursing care, to practice in an evolving surrounding, and to satisfy personal needs which impact health, good quality of life, and also achievement of potential.
Course work includes and also builds upon the domains of nursing practice, healthcare, as well as the holistic individual. Content highlights the nurse as an associate of the interdisciplinary team providing safe, personalized care while implementing evidence-based practice, high-quality improvement, and also informatics.
Graduates of this training program meet the criteria to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Job possibilities are huge within the global health-care system and may include roles within industrial, acute, chronic, extended, and community health-care amenities. Successful completion of the training program does not guarantee licensure.
About The School
Tri-County Community College is a certified, extensive, public-supported, two (2) year, post-secondary school, which functions in accordance with North Carolina Law along with the Administrative Policies of the North Carolina Community College System, United States.
Situated at the westernmost tip of NC, the School serves commuter pupils in a remote, rural area consisting of Clay, Cherokee, and also Graham Regions by providing college transfer, technical, vocational, and adult education programs.
Total estimated program cost is USD $9,135
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- Submit application for enrollment during appropriate application period
- Submit Official High School Transcripts or Official Scores for the High School Equivalency Diploma.
- Satisfactory scores on the college placement test or provide documentation to waive the placement exam.
- Evidence of a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater on a 4 point scale. The most recent transcript with at least six (6) hours will be used for those students attending more than one college.
- Provide Documentation of successful completion of a NC approved Certified Nurse Aide I program which includes theory, lab, and clinical components. (A copy of a college transcript or a notarized course completion certificate will be acceptable documentation.) Challenging the Nurse Aide I examination will not meet this requirement.
- Hold a documented, current, unrestricted credential as Nurse Aide I (NAI) from the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry; https://www.ncnar.org/indexl.isp and the Division of Health Service Regulation.
- Successful completion of all needed developmental courses including: DRE-096, DRE-097, DRE-098, DMA-010, DMA-020, DMA-030, DMA-040, DMA-050.
- Completion of BIO-168 Anatomy and Physiology I with a grade of “C” or better.
Tri-county Community College
Address: 21 Campus Circle Murphy, NC 28906
Phone: (828) 837-6810