On behalf of the faculty and staff of BCTC nursing programs, we welcome your interest in the Associate Degree Nursing program. We know that you have much to offer our program in terms of your experience and education and hope that you will consider our program as you progress toward your RN licensure.
A LPN may receive nine (9) credit hours for Nursing 101 through advanced standing. To earn this credit they must meet one of the following:
Builds upon the basic nursing skills and concepts learned in the LVN/LPN experience. Assists the Practical Nurse to make the beginning transition to the RN role. Includes the role of the Associate Degree Nurse and application of the course components of nursing practice to patients experiencing the dysfunctional health patterns of nutritional-metabolic and elimination. Upon successful completion of all components of the course, the student will be admitted to NSG 220 and will have earned by advanced standing, 15 credit hours in nursing.