The Associate Degree Nursing Track for Articulating Students (for current Texas LVNs and Paramedics) is a three semester course of study that prepares graduates to take the state licensure examination for registered nurses and receive an Associate of Applied Science Degree. The ADN program is accredited by the Board of Nurse Examiners (BNE) for the State of Texas and by the National League for Nursing.
Students are admitted in October and will begin their three semesters of coursework in January. Thirty students will be admitted each fall into LSC -North Harris's Transition Program.
The Transition/Articulation Track program is a full-time, day program. You will be in class/skills labs twice a week for approximately 4 hours per day between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. You will also practice your skills in a hospital setting for either a one day 10 hour clinical, or a two day clinical for 5 hours each day. Most clinicals are in the day but some are scheduled at night based on hospital availability. We cannot guarantee which class, lab, or clinical days/times will be available when you register. Lastly, you will have computerized exams on Friday mornings or afternoons. Studying and projects require an additional time commitment.
Information regarding this program is available through the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission, 61 Broadway, 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10006, 212.363.5555, ext. 153.
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