LVN Transition to RN - Associate in ScienceDetails for Associate in Science - LVN Transition to RN
Admission to the program is limited. The Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Transition to Registered Nurse (RN) Program is a minimum of three quarters in length, not including summer. LVN Transition to RN students enter the Registered Nursing program as advanced placement students as determined by the Director of the Nursing Program. Prior clinical experience in an acute setting will influence the student’s placement in the program. The majority of courses are held in the daytime. Current California LVN license and IV certification is required. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the California State Board Examination for licensing (NCLEX-RN). Students are admitted throughout the year as advanced placements. Once admitted, the program is at least three quarters in length (not including prerequisites).
Nursing - Transfer MapDetails for Transfer Map - Nursing
A transfer map is a suggested schedule of courses to take each quarter, if you are planning to transfer and pursue a bachelorâ€™s degree in a particular subject. These maps were created to help you get a solid footing in the subject and stay on track with courses commonly required by CSU or UC schools, but they do not guarantee your admission to any university. Itâ€™s important that you work with a counselor or academic adviser to determine exactly which classes you need to reach your particular goal.
Registered Nurse (RN) - Associate in ScienceDetails for Associate in Science - Registered Nurse (RN)
Admission to the program is limited. The RN Program starts every quarter except summer quarter and it is six quarters in length. Nursing classes are not offered in the summer. The majority of courses are held in the daytime. The Associate Degree Nursing program is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. The RN graduate is eligible to take the California State Board Examination for licensing (NCLEX-RN). Students are admitted to this program during the fall, winter and spring quarters. Once admitted, the program is six quarters in length (not including prerequisites).
In addition to the programs listed above, you may be able to apply courses in this department toward General Education requirements.