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, view our current Adult Education Tuition Rate schedule listed on this webpage.

Need our Practical Nursing Student Handbook? Navigate to our Forms & Documents page.

This program is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education –