The Associate Degree Nursing training program in Tri-County Technical College grooms males and females to function efficiently as registered nurses in a health-care team. Nursing theory is incorporated with supporting courses from the humanities, biological, mathematics and also behavioral sciences. Daytime and also limited evening classes are accessible.
Enrollment in the main courses starts in the fall and also spring terms. Four semesters would need to complete the degree. Nursing courses build on each and every earlier course and also must be taken in series.
The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) training program is endorsed by the State Board of Nursing for South Carolina and also certified by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
About The School
Tri-County Technical College is a two (2) year, community college situated in Pendleton, South Carolina, United States. It is a part of the South Carolina Technical College System, United States.
Total estimated program cost is USD $14,146
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- Complete an application for admission.
- Submit a non-refundable application fee.
- Students must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours including Bio 101, Math 120, Eng 101 and General Education course, with a minimum transfer or institutional GPA of 2.5 to apply.
- Students must have successfully completed the ATI TEAS test meeting the minimum scores:
- Provide satisfactory placement test scores or transcripts showing math and English college coursework.
- Satisfactory placement test scores in reading, writing, and math must be no more than three years old and must meet the minimum reading score for admission (Bridge to Clemson students may be admitted prior to completion of the College’s placement assessment requirements.)
- Students not eligible for admission based on earning below the minimum reading score as defined by the College’s Placement Criteria chart will be referred to Adult Basic Education or other literacy programs as appropriate.
- Proof of college credit level English and math courses (e.g., 101, 155 or higher) requires a minimum grade of “C” or better.
- Submit a final, official high school transcript from an accredited or approved institution or an approved official high school equivalency score report.
- Graduating high school seniors will be admitted pending receipt of final, official high school transcript. A priority deadline for receiving transcripts is established for each term and published on the website. Students who have not submitted final, official transcripts by the tuition payment deadline as published on the enrollment calendar each term will have their schedules cancelled and a hold will be placed on their registration until the transcript has been received.
- If a student indicates on the admissions application that he/she did not recieve a high school diploma or approved equivalency, the student will be admitted only into a certificate program.
- Submit final, official college transcripts for all previously attended colleges or universities. Transcripts for all prior college coursework must be received and evaluated for all institution types, regardless of dates of attendance or level of success at the previous institution.
- Applicants to the College must be 17 years of age to be admitted. Applicants younger than 17 years of age who do not have a high school diploma or approved equivalency and who are not seeking Dual Enrollment are required to meet with the Dean of College Transitions, or designee, for an assessment interview to determine readiness for admission.
- Students should have completed BIO 101(before clinical entry) with at least a C, and completed BIO 210 with at least a C, or be registered for BIO 210 -Anatomy and Physiology I
LPN Transition to RN
- College admission procedure;
- Graduation from an regionally accredited, credit-bearing program or equivalent Military training;
- Have minimum scores on TEAS test and ATI Fundamentals of Nursing test of level 2 or higher;
- Have a current, active and unencumbered Multi-State PN license
- BIO 101, ENG 101, MAT 120, or MAT 103, and BIO 210 with a grade of “C” or higher;
- Have a transfer or institutional GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Upon successful completion of NUR 145 and NUR 146 credit will be awarded for: NUR 104, NUR 139, and NUR 106 (9 semester hours).
Required Program Courses: 28 Semester Credit Hours (9 hours from articulation agreement*) = 37 Semester Credit Hours. *Requires “C” or better in NUR 145 and NUR 146
Tricounty Technical College
Address: 7900 US-76, Pendleton, SC 29670
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