Licensed Vocational Nurse
A Licensed Vocational Nurse is an entry-level nursing accreditation program that takes one year, on average, to complete.
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The Vocational Nursing Program offers classroom instruction and related clinical practice in the four basic areas of nursing care: adults, mothers and newborns, children, and the elderly.
Graduates of this program will have a wide array of opportunities for providing nursing care for patients in structured health care settings.
General Admission Requirements
Requirements for the program include:
take the entrance exam and pass with required grade
attend an advisement session
submit a completed application
earn a minimum grade of "B" in Pre-requisite courses
satisfy program specific requirements for clinical practice (i.e. Drug Screening, Criminal Background Checks, Immunizations, CPR, etc.
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