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  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Associate in Arts, Focus in Nursing Program, LPN to RN Transition


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An Associate in Arts (AA), Focus in Nursing Program, LPN to RN Transition guides students to complete the correct courses to apply to a limited access, AS degree program. However, if students are not admitted to a limited access degree program, completing the Associate in Arts is still possible by completing the courses in any AA with AS focus.  All students considering a limited access program should review the AS application for all the requirements needed and for the appropriate time to apply to a program.  It is important to note that students are not required to complete the AA degree to apply to an AS, limited access program.

General Education courses that must be completed by the application deadline for the AS, Nursing Program, LPN to RN Transition


Additional General Education and Program Specific Requirements courses considered for application to the AS, Nursing Program, LPN to RN Transition (see program application)


Remaining General Education Courses required to complete the AA degree


  • ENC 1102 - Composition II 3 credits , must complete with a "C" or better
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  • SPC 1017 - Fundamentals of Speech Communication 3 credits
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  • SPC 2608 - Introduction to Public Speaking 3 credits
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  • Core Humanities General Education Course, or Writing Intensive Humanities course, must pass with a "C" or better 3 credits
  • Writing Intensive Social Sciences course, must pass with a "C" or better 3 credits                                        
  • Any Mathematics General Education Course 3 credits                                                   

Remaining Elective credits required to complete the AA degree


  • Any 1000 or 2000 level course   - 15 credits

Total Credits                                                                                60

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