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2016-2017 Course Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Nursing, L.V.N. to A.D.N.


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Associate Degree Nursing: L.V.N. to A.D.N. Curriculum Track

The Brazosport College LVN to ADN Curriculum Track is a three semester plan of study designed for the LVN transitioning to the professional nursing role. Upon satisfactory completion of all college, program, and board of nursing requirements students are awarded an Associate in Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.) in Nursing and are eligible for the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). 

Application to the LVN to ADN Curriculum Track is a two-step process.

1. Applicants must satisfy all TSI requirements and Brazosport College application and admission requirements including submission of original transcripts from all previous colleges, nursing programs, and high schools.

2. An additional, separate application is required for the LVN to ADN Curriculum Track. Applications are available August through October of each academic year.

The LVN to ADN Curriculum Track program admission process is highly competitive. Minimum cumulative and prerequisite GPA requirement is 2.5 or greater. The average GPA for applicants accepted to the program is 3.0 or higher. Applicants must complete the TEAS readiness assessment during the application period. The first attempt score (per year) is the score used to assess readiness. Generally, a TEAS score or index level of “Proficient” is the minimum competitive level

Applicants may access the on-line application for the LVN to ADN Curriculum Track and find complete information about the application process and requirements (LVN to ADN Curriculum Track Information Packet) at: www.brazosport.edu/healthprofessions

Prerequisites - 24 Credit Hours


These courses must be completed prior to beginning the program.

Credit By Examination/Substitution - 9 Credit Hours


The following courses include material already mastered in an L.V.N. licensure program.  Students will earn credit in these courses by examination or substitution. Ample review materials will be provided prior to examination.  Please consult the program handbook for a detailed description of credit by examination.

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