Practical Nursing

Prepare to perform nursing care safely and effectively under the guidance of a registered nurse, licensed physician or dentist within many settings where nursing takes place.


  • High school transcript and/or GED transcript
  • Successfully pass TEAS 6 (Test of Essential Academic Skills) entrance test
    Free Study Guide available by clicking here .
  • Criminal Record Check, FBI Criminal History, Child Abuse History Clearance
  • Physical Exam including: 2 step PPD, Drug Screen, Immunizations (MMR, Hepatitis B, Varicella, Flu Vaccine)
  • Current CPR (Healthcare Provider)
  • Attend student orientation/interview


  • Classes begin in January, May, and August
  • Mon-Fri 8 AM-3 PM (Theory)
  • 7 AM-3 PM (Clinical Experiences)


  • Classes begin Spring and Fall
  • Mon-Fri 4-9:30 PM (Theory)
  • 4-10:30 PM (Clinical Experiences)

For tuition, fees and other program expenses, Click here.

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This program is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education –