Division of Nursing

WHEN TO APPLY

Applications are now closed for the Fall 2017 program.

Graduates of the program are eligible to write the National Council for Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses.  Graduates are prepared to provide nursing services in beginning  staff-level positions and have potential for advancement on an  individual basis. Upon acceptance, each student will be assigned a  faculty adviser to help in making program of study and career decisions.

Spring 2017 Applicants for Fall 2017: You can begin looking at the email address that was provided to us on your application on March 2nd.  If you are accepted into the program you have six days to respond or your acceptance is rescinded.  If you do not receive an email from us on the 2nd then you are a part of the group of students who will receive an acceptance or denied letter by March 21st depending on the students who possibly could turn down their acceptance.

What can I expect from a career in Nursing? How much can I earn? What is the job outlook? Click here.

Required Textbooks — All students in the nursing program will receive their required nursing textbooks with a fee charged along with tuition. This will be at a discounted rate-cheaper than you can purchase at the bookstore or online and will include all access codes needed. Buying books on your own will not be an option-the fee will be charged based on the course you are taking. The only exception will be for repeaters that show proof of purchase of required books/access codes from the previous semester.

For degree plans go to myNWCC and click on the  Degree Plans tab.

NURSING-SPECIFIC COURSES OFFERED:

Nursing (NUR)
NUR 1001 Nursing Dosages and Solutions
NUR 1117 Foundations of Nursing
NUR 1318 Adult Health I
NUR 1316 LPN to RN Transition
NUR 2128 Maternal-Child Nursing
NUR 2222 Nursing Seminar
NUR 2318 Adult Health II
NUR 2323 Nurse Externship (Summer)