2018-2019 Catalog Winter Update [Archived]

Nursing RN Completion, AAS

The RN completion program is approved by the Michigan State Board of Nursing and is designed to assist the LPN in obtaining an associate of applied science degree in nursing. The program includes two semesters of prerequisite course work and two semesters of nursing courses. Upon successful completion of all course work, the graduate will be eligible to write the National Council Licensure Exam for the Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN). Employment opportunities include acute care hospitals, long term acute care and extended care facilities, clinics, offices, home health, and ambulatory care. Graduates may transfer credits toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at many colleges and universities. Financial aid, scholarships, tutoring, and counseling services are available to assist students.

*Please note this program requires a special application packet. Please see a health careers pathway advisor or counselor for more information.

Associate of Applied Science

Nursing RN Completion Prerequisites

Course NumberTitleCredits
BIO 130Micro & Infectious Disease

4

BIO 210Human Physiology

4

CHM 100Fundamentals of Chemistry

4

ENG 110College Writing I

3

or

ENG 160College Writing & Research

4

MATH 100Health Careers Math

1

NURS 167Nursing Pharmacology II

2

NURS 190Transition Seminar

1

PSY 150Introductory Psychology

3

Program Required Courses

Course NumberTitleCredits
NURS 222Obstetrical Nursing

2

NURS 224Integrated Obstetrical Nursing

2

NURS 236Pediatric Nursing

2

NURS 237Integrated Pediatric Nursing

2

NURS 245Adult Nursing II

3

NURS 247Integrated Adult Nursing

2

NURS 248Adult Nursing III

3

NURS 249Management of Adult Nursing

3

NURS 252Psychosocial Nursing II

2

NURS 253Integrated Psychosocial Nurse

2

NURS 270Clinical Decision Making

2

Total Credit Hours: 45.5