There are two major Associate Degree in Nursing Programs at Wor-Wic Community College. One is Nursing through which you receive an Associate of Science Degree while the other one is Practical Nursing which will accord you a Certificate of Proficiency. Although these programs you’ll take a variety of classes including adult nursing, psychiatric nursing, advanced nursing, nursing fundamentals, and issues in nursing.
The associate of science degree program is an approved nursing education program for people with a practical nursing education. It is designed to equip graduates for jobs as registered nurses (RNs). The graduates that pass the examination in Maryland for a license as RNs can offer nursing care in a range of settings, where they may also provide direction to others in the aspect of technical nursing. The associate of science degree program develops the practical nursing program.
The program is endorsed as part of Maryland’s state-wide RN to BSN articulation agreement. Graduates are awarded up to 70 credit hours of express transfer credit for their Wor-Wic course work when they register in one of the BSN programs at the University of Maryland system.
About The School
Wor–Wic Community College is a 2-year college located in Salisbury in the Eastern region of Maryland. The college offers both credit and continuing education programs. The name is an encapsulation of Maryland’s Worcester and Wicomico Counties.
It was established in 1975 and functioned as a “college without walls” for 20 years in the two counties before settling in Salisbury. In the Fall 2011 semester, there were about 4,000 students enrolled in credit courses and over 2,300 students enrolled in non-credit courses.
Wor-Wic is known with students who intend on transferring to Salisbury University due to its inexpensive tuition, proximity, and the resemblance of its general education courses to those from Salisbury University. Wor-Wic stopped offering a General Equivalency Diploma program in 2011, as a result of budget constraints.
The total tuition cost for In County residents is about $7,632.00, Out-of-County $17,064.00 while Out-of-State residents are expected to spend around $21,024.00
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
Preference is given to residents of Worcester, Wicomico, and Somerset counties. Secondary preference is given to other Maryland residents, with third selection priority to out-of-state residents.
If you are not proceeding directly from Wor-Wic’s CPN program into the ADN program and want to be considered for admission into our ADN program in September, you must complete ALL of the following requirements by the first Friday in June. If you want to be considered for admission into our ADN program in January, you must complete ALL of the following requirements by the first Friday in October.
Prospective transfer or previous Wor-Wic CPN nursing students applying for the ADN program are ranked by GPA scores ONLY. If there is a tie in GPA scores and there are more qualified applicants than available spaces, the admission of ADN students is based on lottery selection.
- Complete both sides of our admission application and send it to the director of admissions.
- Submit an official transcript from a U.S. state accredited high school or program confirming receipt of a high school diploma or the equivalent and official transcripts from your practical nursing program and college transcripts to the director of admissions.
- a) A high school or college chemistry course is strongly recommended.
- b) Foreign students who want to be admitted as high school graduates or who want to transfer college credits into Wor-Wic must have their high school and college transcripts evaluated by an acceptable academic credential evaluation service, at their The Registrar maintains a list of acceptable academic credential evaluation services.
- Take our mathematics diagnostic assessment. If the assessment indicates that you need “Elementary Algebra” (MTH 092), you must complete this course with a grade of “C” or better.
- Complete all of the courses required in Wor-Wic’s CPN program.
- Your admission will be based on your GPA. You must have a GPA of at least 2.00 in the pre-nursing courses and a grade of “C” or better in the two biology courses, “Anatomy and Physiology I” (BIO 202), “Anatomy and Physiology II” (BIO 203), and “Elementary Statistics” (MTH 152). The GPA that is used for admission purposes is based only on the grades earned in the pre-nursing courses, regardless of whether they were completed at Wor-Wic or another accredited college or university.
- Please note that students on academic probation or academic suspension are not eligible for acceptance into the program.
Wor-Wic Community College
32000 Campus Drive
Salisbury, MD 21804
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