RN Colleges North Carolina

Official transcripts from high school and all other colleges sent to PCC. Have graduated or will graduate from high school or the equivalent, as recognized by the State of North Carolina, before entering the ADN program.

The faculty has adopted the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Current unrestricted license as a registered nurse North Carolina at Pembroke student body and the nursing profession as a whole.

Title: North Carolina Community College System Author: rgladden Last modified by: hickmanm Created Date: 12/17/2009 7:16:00 PM Company: COllege of the Albemarle

1 The North Carolina Community College (NCCC) System is the third largest in the United States, and is also one of the most innovative in aligning the state’s workforce development systems

1 The North Carolina Community College (NCCC) System is the third largest in the United States, and is also one of the most innovative in aligning the state’s workforce development systems

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Curriculum Program Application SBCC Approved January 21, 2011 North Carolina Community College System CURRICULUM PROGRAM APPLICATION Craven Community College

Task Force on the North Carolina Nursing Workforce Report May 2004 North Carolina Institute of Medicine Prepared in Collaboration With: The North Carolina Nurses Association

North Carolina Board of Nursing Page 2 NC Trends in Nursing Education: 2003-2008 students in associate degree (ADN) programs are examined separately from LPN-RN students1 in

Current, unrestricted license to practice as a registered nurse in North Carolina. (The license must be maintained throughout course of study.) ! Universities, Colleges, Community Colleges and Diploma Schools of Nursing.

Association for Colleges of Nursing (AACN). The NLN BHD is the national voice of the agenda RN-BS programs in North Carolina. 5. Develop faculty-student mentoring program. 6. Solicit scholarship funds for minority graduate students.

6. Nurse Aide I Certification – Submit documentation of successful completion of a NC State-Approved Nurse Aide Training course (offered at most North Carolina community colleges or a