Registered Nurse, Associate Degree
NOTICE: Attendance at a nursing orientation is strongly
recommended. Please contact Student Services at 425-235-5840
This program prepares
students for professional licensure and employment as Associate
Degree Registered Nurses. This
program has begun the process of National League of Nursing
accreditation. The program course of study includes courses in
medical, surgical, geriatric, obstetric, and pediatric nursing.
Additional course study includes pharmacology, advanced clinical
nursing procedures, health assessment, and transcultural community
nursing. Under the guidance of a nursing instructor, students
participate in clinical practice in a variety of settings in acute,
ambulatory, and long-term care. Upon successful completion of
the program, students are eligible to take the Nurse Certificate and
Licensing Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
To earn an
Associate of Applied Science-Transferable (AAS-T) degree, the
student must complete all course requirements for the Registered
Nurse, Associate Degree program.
Students may opt out after the 4th quarter to receive an LPN
Certificate of Completion.
Spring applications are due January
29, 2014. For more information,
Associate of Applied Science - Transfer Degree
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8:00AM - 2:30PM
(Hours may vary during clinical assignment including possible evening or weekend
Supplies: contact the RTC Bookstore at 425.235.2323
Students may enter at the beginning of fall or spring quarter.