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Nursing/Registered Nurse - Associate in Applied Science


(RN, AAS)


The Nursing Department is committed to providing a student learning environment that encourages and assesses spirit of inquiry, clinical competence, professional accountability, and effective communication skills for a diverse student population. We believe these attributes will prepare our graduates to pass the NCLEX-RN®, and to provide and manage safe, cost-effective care to meet Client Needs. The graduate will be prepared to coordinate, supervise, and/or collaborate with members of the multidisciplinary health care team (Nursing Faculty Handbook, 2013-2014)

Students who need information regarding tuition, fees, and length of the nursing program may contact the Dean of Allied Health/Nursing at the College and/or the Director of Nursing. The Nursing Program is designed to prepare students to function as entry-level registered nurses. Course work is directed toward assisting graduates to pass the National Council of Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. The program is approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) at 3343 Peachtree Road, NE Suite 850, Atlanta, GA., or ACENorg.

Applications are due August 31st for the spring semester and January 31st for the fall semester. For specific criteria and procedures for admission, consult Heide Garvey, Nursing Advisor, or Director of Nursing, Anita Krondak.

Students must complete 72 hours for the degree and earn a minimum C grade in all coursework in order to graduate. (See the section on course descriptions for more specific information.)

Since the transferability of courses will vary depending on the specific four-year institution, it is strongly recommended that if students are intending to transfer to a four-year institution, they must consult with the transfer institution and with their respective KCKCC advisor before enrolling in order to determine the transferability of their courses. It is the student's responsibility to follow the transfer requirements established by his/her transfer institution.

Multi-Year Program Report

Spring and Fall classes admitted in Year Number of Admissions Number Completing Completion Rate within  150% of Program   Percentage Expected Level of Achievement   Percentage Employment Rate 6-12 Months after Graduation as an RN Expected Level of Achievement   Percentage *Annual NCLEX pass per KSBN   Percent Expected Level of Achievement  Percent KCKCC Program 3-Year Average   Percent National Average     Percent
2012-13 125 119 95 80 84 80 87.00 90.34 87.00 90.34
2013-14 125 118 94 80 84 80 77.34 84.03 83.54 83.04
2014-15 125 120 96 80 90 80 78.07 81.78 80.80 81.78
2015-16 125 104 83 80 90 80 71.32 85.49 75.57 85.49
2016-17 125   82 Pending 80 Pending 80 73.27 84.57 Pending 84.57

* January 1st through December 31st

This program evaluation report is produced and published as a requirement of the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), so students may make an informed decision when choosing a nursing education program.  Our attrition rate includes students with academic failures, transfer, leaves of absence, and withdraws for personal reasons.  Please contact the Nursing Department with any questions regarding the nursing program at KCKCC (913)288-7274.

Contacts

Dr. Tiffany Bohm - Dean of the Division of Health Professions

Sharon Jackson, Director of Nursing
Peggy Winstead, Clinical Coordinator
Theresa Bachman, Nursing Advisor

General Education Requirements

College Requirement - All first time degree-seeking students are required to take BLUE-0101, Freshman Seminar.  See exemptions

Course Number
Course Title
Hours
HUDV Requirement
HUDV0100 First Year Experience or
1
HUDV0101 Strategies for Academic Excellence/Lifelong Learning
2
Total
1-2
Basic Skill Requirements
ENGL0101 Composition I
3
ENGL0102 Composition II*
3
SPCH0151 Public Speaking or
SPCH0201 Interpersonal Communication
3
Total
9
Humanities Requirements
PHILO206 Ethics or
 
Humanities Core Elective
3
Total
3
Social and Behavioral Science Requirements
PSYC0201 Psychology 3
PSYC0203 Human Development* or
 
PSYC0202 Child Development
3
Total
6
Mathematics Requirement
MATH0104 Intermediate Algebra
3
Total
3
Natural and Physical Science Requirement (lecture w/lab)
BIOL0141 Human Anatomy and Laboratory*
4
BIOL0261 Microbiology*
4
BIOL0262 Microbiology Laboratory
2
BIOL0271 Physiology*
3
BIOL0272 Physiology Laboratory*
1
Total
13
Total General Education Requirements
34
Nursing Requirements
 
NURS0131 Caring Interventions
3
NURS0132 Foundation Concepts
4
NURS0133 Homeostatic Concepts
4
NURS0134 Protective Concepts
4
NURS0135 Pathophysiology for Nurses
3
NURS0193 Health Assessment for Nurses
3
NURS0208 Pharmacology in Nursing
3
NURS0251 Lifespan Family and Community Health
6
NURS0254 Complex Health Concepts
4
NURS0255 Management Concepts
4
Total
38
Total hours required for an Associate in Applied Science in Nursing/ADN Degree:
72

 

*See course description for prerequisite.
**Not included in General Education Requirements

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