LPN to RN Transition Course, Associate of Science
The LPN to RN Transition Course offers a unique opportunity for qualified licensed practical nurses to enter the associate degree nursing program with advanced standing once admission and general education requirements have been met.
A seven-credit LPN/RN Transition course is offered to qualified LPN's. An LPN who earns a grade of C or higher in this course and completes the prerequisite and general education courses, is able to enter the CCBC Nursing Program with advanced standing and receive academic credit for the first year of the nursing program.
End of Nursing Program Student Learning Outcomes
The CCBC Nursing Program prepares the Nurse generalist to care for patients, families, and communities by:
- Promoting Optimal Health:
- Advocate and promote physical, mental, and social well-being, with consideration of preferences and values.
- Developing a Professional Identity:
- Establish one's role as a nurse in ways that reflect integrity, responsibility, ethical practices, and a commitment to the profession.
- Demonstrating Nursing Judgment:
- Formulate decisions in practice, substantiated with evidence, that integrate nursing science in the provision of safe, quality care.
- Exhibiting a Spirit of Inquiry:
- Examine evidence that underlies clinical nursing practice, question assumptions, and offer new insights to improve health care.