Associate Degree Nursing Program
The Associate Degree Nursing program will prepare students for this exciting career with concentrated classroom studies and extensive clinical work (720 hours) based in a wide-range of health care settings. The first two semesters are identical in both the Practical Nursing (PN) program and the Associate Degree Nursing program enabling students to finish with the PN diploma after the first summer, and/or continue in the ADN program.
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Iowa Community colleges have developed the following Core Performance Standards for all applicants to Health Care Career Programs. These standards are based upon required abilities that are compatible with effective performance in health care careers. Applicants unable to meet the Core Performance Standards are responsible for discussing the possibility of reasonable accommodations with the designated institutional office. To view the full Iowa Core Performance Standards, click here.
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Associate Degree Nursing Careers
- Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
- Registered Nurse (RN)
- Out-patient Clinics
- Home/Public Health
- Occupational Industries
- Physicians Offices
- Long-Term Care Facilities
- Medical-Surgical Units
- Critical Care
- Insurance Companies
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