Practical Nursing (NUR)
The Practical Nursing program is a balanced curriculum, including both nursing and general education courses. Course content includes the role of the practical nurse, healthcare concepts, and technical observations and skills. A combination of classroom theory, lab, and supervised clinical experiences is offered during the program. The Practical Nursing program prepares graduates to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).
Applicant must be eligible to enroll in or have completed the following:
Biology 103 (Pre-requisite to BIO 201)
ACT Score of 18 or Higher
After meeting all minimum requirements, applicants are rank-ordered based on the following:
Official ACT Score
Points from required academic courses for the nursing program
A = 3 points
B = 2 points
C = 1 point
An additional 10 points may be awarded for other criteria. Please refer to SSCC Website by clicking the link below. See "Nursing Program Information".
Application Period June 5th - July 5th 2023
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