Associate Degree in Nursing

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Program Description

Since the first class was admitted in 1969, over 3,500 students have achieved their career goal of becoming a Registered Nurse (RN) through the WCC Associate Degree in Nursing Program.  Entrance into the ADN program is competitive, and applications are solicited twice a year for the five-semester generic track and the LPN to ADN mobility track for Licensed Practical Nurses choosing to advance their nursing credential that of an RN. In the field of nursing, many employment opportunities exist in and beyond the traditional hospital setting. Clinics, elementary/secondary schools, outpatient surgery centers, industrial sites, home health services, hospice organizations, and the military are examples of an RN's options. Also, articulation agreements with four-year institutions offer career and BSN/MSN degree advancement opportunities to graduates while working in area health care facilities.  The Associate Degree Nursing Program is approved by the Alabama Board of Nursing and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)

Last updated Jan 2021

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George C. Wallace Community College – Dothan, a comprehensive community college, inspires and facilitates learning to prepare its constituents for current and emerging opportunities and to promote eco ... Read More

George C. Wallace Community College – Dothan, a comprehensive community college, inspires and facilitates learning to prepare its constituents for current and emerging opportunities and to promote economic and social development. Read less