Nursing Division

Program Information

Glen Oaks Community College offers a Laddered Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Degree Program. The Laddered program consists of Level I

For more detailed information
about the different programs,
please review the full program
description pages below:

(Practical Nurse Program) and Level II (Registered Nurse Program). The course sequences for both Level I and Level II may be found in the Packet material.

The Laddered program is designed to provide for the educational needs of students with varying backgrounds, capabilities, ambitions and career intentions. This design also facilitates preparation of nursing students with differing competencies to meet the variety of employment needs within the surrounding community.

Graduates of Level I are awarded a Practical Nurse Certificate and are eligible to apply for LPN Licensure. Students may exit the program after completing Level I and return if they meet readmission criteria. Students progressing in a continuous sequence to Level II must meet continuation requirements. Currently licensed practical nurses that were educated at other institutions may enter Level II. LPNs must meet nursing program admission criteria and have the prerequisites needed for required courses in the curriculum.

Important Program Update

Thank you for your interest in the Nursing Program at Glen Oaks. All information posted is current but there is an important update to the program that we want all students to be aware:

 

Testing for Level I is in December and all pre-reqs need to be completed by then. Exceptions may be made under extenuating circumstances.

NOTE: Your transcripts from other colleges and high school must be Official. You will be contacted by email stating that your transcripts have arrived at Glen Oaks.

College transcripts MUST be evaluated by the Registration Department. It is your responsibility to contact the Registration Department to have them review your transcripts once you have been notified of their arrival.

IMPORTANT REMINDER:

Please be sure to check your Viking email (1st Initial, Last Name, last 3 numbers of your Glen Oaks ID# + @viking.glenoaks.edu – i.e. jsmith123@viking.glenoaks.edu) as this is where the notification of your transcript receipt to Glen Oaks will arrive.

Program Accreditation

Both the Certificate of Practical Nursing and the Associate of Science in Nursing Degree from Glen Oaks Community College are fully approved by the Michigan Board of NursingPDF icon.


Michigan NCLEX – First Time Pass Rate
January – June, 2018

1/1/18 – 6/30/18 (PN) Total Delivered Total Passed % Pass Rate
National 21,437 17,820 83.13%
Michigan 501 462 92.22%
Glen Oaks 10 10 100.00%

 

1/1/18 – 6/30/18 (RN) Total Delivered Total Passed % Pass Rate
National 96,602 85,406 88.41%
Michigan 3,311 2,983 90.09%
Glen Oaks 9 9 100.00%

Potential Nursing Student

Students who are not currently nurses, and are interested in pursuing the Nursing program at Glen Oaks Community College, must meet with the Director of Nursing (DON) ideally before, and no later than during, their first semester at Glen Oaks Community College. Students who are not currently nurses should not enroll in their second semester of classes unless and until they have met with the DON. Current LPNs must meet with the DON before enrolling in any classes.

Advising Process for Potential Nursing Students

Step One — Meet with Your Advisor
Your advisor will interpret your test scores and review your transcripts, if available, explain how the nursing program works, and help you to determine what prerequisite classes you will need to complete.

Step Two — Meet with the Director of Nursing
Prior to meeting with the DON you must:

  1. Complete a Glen Oaks Application for Admission
  2. Provide Glen Oaks Community College up-to-date test scores
  3. If applicable, submit Official college transcripts and have them evaluated by the Registration Office in Student Services.

To make an appointment with the DON call: (269) 294-4333


Step Three — Register for Classes
All students are required to have completed Orientation and either have been awarded financial aid or signed-up for a payment plan before registering for classes.

Nursing Program Prerequisites

Students applying for the Level I program may need to take the free ACCUPLACER Placement Assessment prior to registration for classes OR place into classes based on qualifying ACT or SAT scores.

(See a Student Services Advisor for information about ACCUPLACER & ACT/SAT scores)
  • 1 credit of high school Algebra AND placement into MATH 104 Intermediate Algebra on GOCC ACCUPLACER, OR qualifying ACT/SAT scores, OR MATH 100 Introductory Algebra with 2.5 or higher grade
  • 1 credit of high school Chemistry or CHEM 130 with 2.5 or higher within the past 10 years
  • ALH 218 Medical Terminology (3 credit course) (3cr)
    (will accept a 2 credit transfer course-if it is equivalent to ALH 218)
  • ENG 121 English Composition (3cr)
  • BIO 101 Human Biology I* (4cr) (non-Nursing pre-req)
  • BIO 210 Anatomy & Physiology I (4cr)
  • BIO 211 Anatomy & Physiology II (4cr)
  • PSY 101 Psychology* (4cr) (non-Nursing pre-req)
  • PSY 210 Human Growth & Development (4cr)
REQUIRED non-nursing curriculum courses below may be taken ahead of time
  • ALH 103 Nutrition (3 credit with diet-therapy approach) (Level I requirement)
  • ENG 122 English Composition (3cr) (Level II requirement)


Nursing Student

GOCC offers both the Certificate of Practical Nursing and Registered Nursing education programs (Laddered programs). Students can enter Level I and Level II nursing programs based upon a competition for available seats.Students must successfully complete either the Level I program and/or the Level II Associate Degree in Nursing program to become eligible to complete the nationwide NCLEX exam in order to obtain a state-issued nursing license.Please review the following information as it pertains to all current Nursing Division students:

Background ChecksImmunization PolicyFAQ'sLevel I PacketLevel II Packet

Criminal Background Checks

Criminal background checks are mandatory for all nursing students at the student’s own expense.

All information gained will be held in strictest confidence.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Students with criminal convictions
should consider another profession

Students with felonies or certain misdemeanor convictions will NOT be admitted as outlined below.

Students entering a nursing program must give permission to do a criminal history check to comply with Michigan Compiled Laws, Section 333.20173. No student will be admitted to the program if convicted of a felony, or attempt/conspiracy to commit a felony within 15 years preceding the date of admission; or a misdemeanor conviction involving abuse, neglect, assault, battery, criminal sexual conduct, fraud, theft (or similar misdemeanor in state or federal law) against a vulnerable adult within 10 years of conviction.

Additionally, ANY criminal convictions may prevent admission to the nursing program. Applicants should know that criminal activity of any sort may prevent:

  1. Clinical placements in the program (making success in the program impossible).
  2. The ability to be licensed as a nurse.
  3. Employment in the field of nursing. Employers do not have to hire anyone with a criminal background and some employers are refusing to hire those who have past criminal history.

Criminal activity associated with substance abuse is particularly damaging to the candidacy of an applicant.


Currently the Michigan State Board of Nursing investigates candidates eligible to sit for nursing licensure for the following issues:

  1. Felony conviction
  2. Misdemeanor conviction punishable by imprisonment for a maximum of 2 years
  3. Treatment for substance abuse in the past 2 years
  4. Malpractice settlements. Awards or judgments in the past 5 years
  5. Having federal or state health professional license or registration revoked, suspended, or otherwise disciplined; been denied a license; or currently with disciplinary action pending against the applicant
  6. Having been fired, censured, or requested to withdraw from a health care agency staff or have your staff privileges involuntarily modified
  7. Filed or written a licensing application in another US jurisdiction
  8. Filed a license application in Michigan
  9. Hold another license in another state

A determination is made by the state at that point whether or not the candidate may be licensed as a nurse. No one at GOCC can make the decision about eligibility for licensing as a nurse. We can only confer a certificate or degree, not a state license to practice nursing or any other healthcare occupation. Questions or concerns about licensing should be directed to the MSBON or to the state agency regulating other healthcare occupations.

Due to recent enactment of a new Michigan law, many health care employers are routinely not hiring anyone with criminal backgrounds, regardless of licensure status. Also, all health care agencies routinely drug screen applicants for jobs and employees randomly to maintain patient safety and to curtail the employer’s liability.

Immunization Policy

Immunization policy records are maintained by the Nursing Office to meet the requirements of contracts maintained with clinical sites participating in the education of our student nurses. This policy must be adhered to by ALL nursing students. Entry into the program will be denied to anyone not willing to follow the policy since Glen Oaks would not be able to place you in clinicals; therefore, you would not be able to complete the program.

Students entering Glen Oak’s Nursing program are required to submit evidence of immunizations on a health record or physical form completed by your physician as follows:
Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR)

Students born in or after 1957 must:

  • Have proof of two (2) MMRs in your file. If you have no proof of two (2) MMRs you must receive them before entry into the program, the doses should be one month apart, so you would need to have the first one two (2) months before your classes start, and the 2nd one NO LATER THAN one (1) month prior to 1st day of class.
  • In lieu of getting the MMR’s you may get titers drawn for Measles, Mumps and Rubella but they must prove immunity to each disease, otherwise you will need to get the MMRs.

Students born before 1957 must:

  • Have one documented MMR
  • Submit *titer for Rubella showing immunity
PLEASE NOTE: Measles vaccinations may temporarily suppress tuberculin reactivity, therefore, tuberculin testing should be postponed 4-6 weeks after receiving an MMR immunization. MMR should not be given to women known to be pregnant or who are considering becoming pregnant within 3 months of immunization.

Hepatitis B

Proof of Hepatitis B immunity through submission of a health record showing the 3 Hepatitis B shot series OR Hep B Surface (AB) Anti-Body *titer is REQUIRED. If you are just starting the series of three shots, you need to know that 2 shots must be done before you can start clinicals. The third shot is administered 4 to 6 months later so this series takes about 5-7 months to complete. If you are getting the series for the first time to enter the program, you WILL need a titer drawn after completing the series.

Chicken Pox

Proof of immunity by *titer or 2 vaccinations.

Tuberculin (TB) Testing

A TB test with negative results is required yearly. If there has been a previous positive reading you will need to get a Chest X-ray for your record showing you do not have TB. Those are required every 2 years.

PLEASE NOTE: Measles vaccinations may temporarily suppress tuberculin reactivity, therefore, tuberculin testing should be postponed 4-6 weeks after receiving an MMR immunization.

Tetanus, Diptheria & Pertussis (TDAP)

One time dose of TDAP as soon as feasible to all Health Care Provider’s (HCP) who have not received TDAP previously. Get TD boosters every 10 years thereafter.

Flu Shot(s)

Yearly Influenza Vaccine(s) IN SEASON (FALL/WINTER).

*titer – a titer is a blood test that shows antibodies sufficient to produce immunity

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply to the Nursing Program?

You must complete a Glen Oaks College application, have taken orientation and the college ACCUPLACER entrance test, and get information for financial aid (if necessary). THEN you may interview with the Director of Nursing (DON) for help with your plan for entering the program and submit your nursing application at that time, or after, to the DON – nursing office!!!!! This is very important as you will receive the most current information on changes which have or may be taking place in the program.

Does Glen Oaks have a waiting list?

No, we have a testing-in procedure that we follow for admission into the program.

What is the testing procedure and what is the test?

We now have a FREE test for entrance. Sign up sheets are posted on the pre-nursing bulletin board outside the nursing office, and you MUST have seen the DON and turned in your nursing application to sign into a test session. The test is given in December for entry into the following Spring Level I class.

The procedure is basic, with the top 40 students getting into the program. Entrance ranking core formula consists of the following: Test score = 75% + GPA of Prerequisites = 25% to equal 100%

Will my classes transfer from other colleges?

Level I applicants: previous nursing courses will not transfer, however there are a lot of general education classes in the program that will transfer. All equivalency (pre-requisite) courses with a 2.5 GPA or better are transferable for the Glen Oaks nursing program. You must transfer them officially, from your institution to ours through the mail, and you must ask for them to be evaluated for nursing. Level II applicants transfer in their NURSING license.

Is the program full or part time, night or day?

At this point in time we have only a full time program and it is a daytime program only.

Is Financial Aid available?

Yes it is, contact the Financial Aid Office at Glen Oaks.

If I am not currently a Glen Oaks Student, How do I keep updated on information I need to come into the program?

By keeping up with the information on the nursing webpage. This is the easiest way for you to get information. You MUST meet with the director of the program before you apply to the nursing program. Visit the website regularly for updates and requirement information. You may also call, email or stop in to the office at any time.

If I don’t qualify when I test, does my application get moved automatically to the next year, and will my test score be reusable the next year or do I need to test again?

You must re-submit an application to be considered and yes, you can keep your test score or retake the test to attempt a higher score…with the most recent test score being used to determine eligibility. Test scores can only be used within a year from the original test date.

Level I Packet

If you would like a PDF version of this packet emailed to you, please use the Program Packet Request Form located on this page.

The Glen Oaks Community College Laddered Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Degree Program begins yearly. The laddered program consists of Level I (practical nurse) and Level II (registered nurse). In addition to meeting the general requirements of the College for admission, there are requirements pertinent to each level of the program.

It is recommended that you work with the advising office and the nursing division to plan your course schedule while completing your pre-requisite courses, and you MUST meet with the Director of Nursing during your first semester on campus*. Information icon

Information Sheet

The Level I Nursing Program starts in Spring (June) of each year and the Nursing Application is due by December 1st of each year (or the closest business date preceding 12/1), along with the Entrance test sign up (the month of November). The test takes 2-3 hours. There is a test book available and the test is the Kaplan PN Entrance test. The test will always be given on the 3rd Tuesday in December.

The curriculum has been designed to accommodate beginning nursing students at Level I. Graduates of Level I may progress directly to Level II if requirements are met. It offers those students, as well as current Licensed Practical Nurses, the opportunity to continue their education at Level II to meet the requirements for R.N. licensure. Glen Oaks Community College admits to both levels concurrently. Qualified applicants may enter either of these levels as a means for meeting their educational goal. Completion of each level requires three semesters, with the first semester being a COMPRESSED 7 ½ week semester during June and July.

There are basic prerequisite courses, which must be completed or transferred with a grade of 2.5 (C+) or higher for each class. You must also complete the ACCUPLACER evaluation (if appropriate) given free at Glen Oaks.

Prerequisite courses: Take algebra prior to taking chemistry!!! Some of these nursing prerequisites have prerequisites of their own – be advised properly to avoid conflicts!

  • 1 credit of high school Algebra AND placement into MATH 104 Intermediate Algebra on ACCUPLACER (score of 56 or higher) OR MATH-ACT (score of 23 or higher), OR MATH 100 Introductory Algebra with 2.5 or higher grade
  • 1 credit of high school Chemistry OR CHEM 130 Chemistry with 2.5 or higher within the past 10 years
  • BIO 210 Principles of Anatomy & Physiology I (Pre-req: BIO 101 Human Biology)
  • BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology II
  • PSY 210 Human Growth & Development (Pre-req: PSY 101 College Psychology)
  • ENG 121 English Composition
  • ALH 218 Medical Terminology
Acceptance into Level I of the nursing program is based upon:
  1. Successful completion of the prerequisites for the program (listed above);
  2. Being ranked into the available seats for the program. Ranking is based on the entrance test score (percent correct) and the GPA of the prerequisite courses for Level I. The ranking score formula is a combination of 75% of the entrance test score, and 25% of the GPA of all prerequisites for Level I entry. The Kaplan Entrance test for Level I is free. The test is comprised of four sections: English, Reading, Mathematics and Science and takes about three hours to complete.
  3. All health, including medical clearance, background check, drug screening requirements, etc. must be met by due dates established should you test into the program.

Applicants who have met the prerequisites in high school or who are taking the prerequisite courses at Glen Oaks or transferred them in, may utilize the time prior to admission to take non-nursing courses, which are part of the nursing curriculum. They are identified on the course sequence sheets for each level of the program (in the Level I & II packets online). Taking courses prior to admission will not insure acceptance to the Nursing Program. However, if accepted, taking courses in advance will reduce the number of credit hours the student will take each semester once the program begins. A grade of 2.5 (C+) must be achieved in each prerequisite course. You are cautioned to work with the financial aid office to keep from over or under loading each semester as it relates to financial aid.

Please Note: nursing students are responsible for their own expenses including, but not restricted to, travel, health care, and emergency treatment. Travel is required to clinical sites in Indiana as well as various cities in Michigan.

Entry Checklist

  • GOCC application for Admission, high school & college transcripts (official-transcripts must come in the mail from your high school & college to Glen Oaks and be here before you sit for the entrance test).
  • All students entering Glen Oaks must take ACCUPLACER (free college entrance test) and go through ORIENTATION in order to start classes of any kind. See Student Services personnel for an appointment.
  • Completed Nursing application (received by the due date of the year preceding entry into program). You must meet with the Director of Nursing before submitting your application.
  • Sign up for the entrance test for Level I from November 1 through November 30th of the year it’s being given.
After ACCEPTANCE into the nursing program the following things will be required:
  • Criminal Record Background Check & Drug Screening (after admission to program).
  • Current American Heart Association CPR card for Healthcare. (A current copy must be in your file throughout the program).
  • Completed health (physical) form. Must be completed by the health care provider and all information on front of form must be complete, including emergency contact information.
  • Proof of Hepatitis B immunity through submission of a health record showing the 3 Hepatitis B shot series OR Hep B Surface (AB) Anti-Body titer is REQUIRED.
  • Immunization record with 2 MMR shots Information icon.
  • Negative Tuberculin test (this is required yearly in health professions), or negative chest X-Ray-required every 2 years.
  • Verification on a health record of Chicken Pox as a child or Varicella Zoster vaccination or titer validating immunity.
  • TDap within 10 years.
  • Influenza vaccination(s) completed in season (October deadline).

Admission Criteria

  1. Meet with the Director of Nursing (DON) after meeting College admission requirements.
  2. Submit a nursing program application to the Glen Oaks Community College Nursing Office. (You may only submit your nursing application after meeting with the DON. The deadline for submitting an application is December 1st or the nearest business day before December 1st).
  3. Complete an ACCUPLACER evaluation (given free at Glen Oaks), administered by the Testing Tutoring Center in the college Library.
  4. Submit an official transcript verifying high school completion or scores of the General Education Development (GED) examination. The transcript must be mailed directly from the institution to the Glen Oaks Admissions office.
    Admissions Office
    Glen Oaks Community College
    62249 Shimmel Road
    Centreville, MI 49032
    NOTE: Hand carried transcripts will not be accepted.
  5. Submit an official transcript from all other institutions of higher education you attended. The transcript must be mailed directly from the institution to the Registrar’s Office at Glen Oaks Community College.
    Registration Office
    Glen Oaks Community College
    62249 Shimmel Road
    Centreville, MI 49032
  6. Pass the following courses as prerequisites prior to entering the nursing program with a grade of 2.5 or higher:
    1. High school algebra (1 credit) or its equivalent; for example MATH 100 Introductory Algebra at Glen Oaks Community College. Placement into MATH 104 Intermediate Algebra or higher on the ACCUPLACER evaluation is needed for both high school algebra and college algebra that is older than 10 years. Algebra, MATH 100/104 must be taken prior to taking Chemistry.
    2. High school chemistry (1 credit) or its equivalent; for example CHEM 130 at Glen Oaks Community College (within the past 5 years).
    3. BIO 210 Anatomy & Physiology I (Pre-req: BIO 101 Human Biology I)
    4. BIO 211 Anatomy & Physiology II
    5. PSY 210 Human Growth & Development (Pre-req: PSY 101 Psychology)
    6. ENG 121 English Composition
    7. ALH 218 Medical Terminology
  7. Take the Kaplan Entrance pre-admission examination administered by the Nursing division of Glen Oaks Community College and achieve an “overall percent correct” score of 65% or higher to be considered for admission. If you take the Kaplan exam and score below 65% you may take it again next year. Only two unsuccessful attempts are allowed. If you pass the test but are not ranked in, retaking the exam is unlimited.There are a limited number of seats set by the Michigan Board of Nursing and applicants are ranked for admission. The ranking score formula is a combination of 75% of the entrance test score, and 25% of the GPA on all prerequisites for Level I entry.

Priority for admission shall be given to highest ranked applicants.If the number of equally ranked applicants exceed available seats, the following criteria will be used to determine admission, in the following order:

  1. In-district applicant.
  2. Date Nursing Application was received.
  3. Date Glen Oaks Admission Application was received.
Acceptance into Level I is conditional until documentation supports the following:
  1. A physical exam that reveals no medical reason which would exclude the student from participating in the nursing program.
  2. A record of current immunizations per immunization policy.
  3. A current CPR for the health care provider card from the American Heart Association. Both the CPR card and the immunizations must be kept current for the duration of the program.
  4. A Negative Drug and Alcohol screen will be required.
Any criminal felony or misdemeanor charge(s) on a public record must be reported to the DON with submission of your nursing application or earlier. Acceptance into Level I is conditional upon a negative criminal background check, as defined by the Glen Oaks Criminal Background Check Policy; and negative drug and alcohol screen.

Program Expenses

The following are the APPROXIMATE costs of a student enrolling in the Nursing Program at Glen Oaks for the academic year 2018-2019:

Tuition per contact hour*:

  • In district – $119
  • Service Area – $149

  • State of MI – $182
  • Out of State – $216

General Fees – $25 per contact hour* (Approximately $1,450)

Student Activity – $4.00 per contact hour* (Approximately $232)

Individual Course Fees – Approximately $858

Books – Approximately $500 (required texts) per semester


Other expenses include but are not limited to:
  • Physical examination, American Heart Association CPR for the Healthcare Provider, and required immunizations prior to beginning nursing clinical courses
  • Background check and drug screen 1st year and drug screen repeated 2nd year, close to $100 initially
  • Student uniforms (2-recommended), white shoes, watch with sweep 2nd hand, small note pad
  • School graduation pin – $46 to $95 (costs vary)
  • State Board Application fees – at this time $123.60 (states require fingerprints before you sit for your test at an approximate cost of $57 done through the state, not through Glen Oaks
  • NCLEX Examination each year ($200)
  • Transportation costs that depend on student needs
*A contact hour is equivalent to the time the instructor spends in the classroom or at the clinical site per week.

In district students are: St. Joseph County residents

Service area students are: Cass County residents in the following school districts; Three Rivers, Constantine & White Pigeon. Branch County residents, LaGrange IN County residents, Elkhart County IN residents and Steuben County IN residents

State of MI students are: Students outside of St. Joseph County and outside of Service Area who are residents of Michigan.

Out of State students: Students outside of Michigan and Service Area.

International Students: $260.00 per credit hour (not included on table).

First Semester Cost Estimate

1st Semester
COST PER CLASS IN CURRICULUM
Tuition per contact hour
In district
$112
Service Area
$142
State of MI
$175
Out of State
$209
NUR 104 Fundamentals of Nursing,
5 Credits, 8 Contacts
$896.00 $1,136.00 $1,400.00 $1,672.00
Fees – Course fee $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00
Student & General fee $232.00 $232.00 $232.00 $232.00
SUBTOTAL $1,278.00 $1,518.00 $1,782.00 $2,054.00
NUR 109 Pharmacology I,
2 Credits, 2 Contacts
$224.00 $284.00 $350.00 $418.00
Fees – Course fee $60.00 $60.00 $60.00 $60.00
Student & General fee $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $58.00
SUBTOTAL $342.00 $402.00 $468.00 $536.00
Tuition Only
NUR 104 $896.00 $1,136.00 $1,400.00 $1,672.00
NUR 109 $224.00 $284.00 $350.00 $432.00
TUITION ONLY TOTAL $1,190.00 $1,420.00 $1,750.00 $2,090.00
Total Tuition & Fees-1st semester $1,620.00 $1,920.00 $2,250.00 $2,590.00
NOTE: 1st semester costs are based on tuition rates from Fall 2017-18 academic year

Second Semester Cost Estimate

2nd Semester
COST PER CLASS IN CURRICULUM
Tuition per contact hour
In district
$119
Service Area
$149
State of MI
$182
Out of State
$216
NUR 111 Medical-Surgical Nursing,
7 Credits, 15 Contacts
$1,785.00 $2,235.00 $2,730.00 $3,240.00
Fees – Course fee $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00
Student & General fee $435.00 $435.00 $435.00 $435.00
SUBTOTAL $2,370.00 $2,820.00 $3,315.00 $3,825.00
NUR 119 Pharmacology II,
2 Credits, 2 Contacts
$238.00 $298.00 $364.00 $432.00
Fees – Course fee $60.00 $60.00 $60.00 $60.00
Student & General fee $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $58.00
SUBTOTAL $356.00 $416.00 $482.00 $550.00
NUR 131 Pediatric Nursing,
3 Credits, 6 Contacts
$714.00 $894.00 $1,092.00 $1,296.00
Fees – Course fee $93.00 $93.00 $93.00 $93.00
Student & General fee $174.00 $174.00 $174.00 $174.00
SUBTOTAL $981.00 $1,161.00 $1,359.00 $1,545.00
ALH 103 Nutrition,
3 Credits, 3 Contacts
$357.00 $447.00 $546.00 $648.00
Fees – Course fee $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 $30.00
Student & General fee $75.00 $75.00 $75.00 $75.00
SUBTOTAL $462.00 $552.00 $651.00 $753.00
Tuition Only
NUR 111 $1,785.00 $2,235.00 $2,730.00 $3,240.00
NUR 119 $238.00 $298.00 $364.00 $432.00
NUR 131 $714.00 $894.00 $1,092.00 $1,296.00
ALH 103 $357.00 $447.00 $546.00 $648.00
TUITION ONLY TOTAL $3,094.00 $3,874.00 $4,732.00 $5,705.00
Total Tuition & Fees-2nd semester $4,169.00 $4,949.00 $5,807.00 $6,691.00

Third Semester Cost Estimate

3rd Semester
COST PER CLASS IN CURRICULUM
Tuition per contact hour
In district
$119
Service Area
$149
State of MI
$182
Out of State
$216
NUR 112 Medical-Surgical Nursing,
7 Credits, 14 Contacts
$1,666.00 $2,086.00 $2,548.00 $3,024.00
Fees – Course fee $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00
Student & General fee $406.00 $406.00 $406.00 $406.00
SUBTOTAL $2,222.00 $2,642.00 $3,104.00 $3,580.00
NUR 129 Pharmacology III,
2 Credits, 2 Contacts
$238.00 $298.00 $364.00 $432.00
Fees – Course fee $90.00 $90.00 $90.00 $90.00
Student & General fee $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $58.00
SUBTOTAL $386.00 $446.00 $512.00 $580.00
NUR 130 Maternity Nursing,
3 Credits, 6 Contacts
$714.00 $894.00 $1,092.00 $1,296.00
Fees – Course fee $75.00 $75.00 $75.00 $75.00
Student & General fee $174.00 $174.00 $174.00 $174.00
SUBTOTAL $963.00 $1,143.00 $1,341.00 $1,545.00
Tuition Only
NUR 112 $1,666.00 $2,086.00 $2,448.00 $3,024.00
NUR 129 $238.00 $284.00 $364.00 $432.00
NUR 130
$714.00 $852.00 $1,092.00 $1,296.00
TUITION ONLY TOTAL $2,618.00 $3,722.00 $3,906.00 $4,752.00
Total Tuition & Fees-3rd Semester $3,571.00 $4,231.00 $4,957.00 $5,705.00

Level I Total Cost Estimate

Level I Totals
In district Service Area State of MI Out of State
Total Tuition & Fees for Level I
$9,360.00 $11,000.00 $13,017.00 $14,986.00

Additional Expenses

Student Expenses Other Than Tuition, Fees & Books

In addition to the current in-district or out-of-district tuition, nursing students shall be responsible for the following:

  • Personal health requirements/Physical examination and history
  • Current TB testing, immunizations and required titers
  • Current CPR from American Heart Association, for the health care provider; status validated with CPR card
  • Fit Mask Testing
  • Drug and alcohol screening
  • Criminal background check
  • Transportation costs
  • Clinical equipment; stethoscope, scissors, penlight, pocket notepad, black ink pen, and blood pressure cuff (available in bookstore)
  • Uniforms, shoes, socks (all white)
  • Watch with second hand or digital capability to display seconds
  • Nursing Pin/Lamp
  • Sitting fee for composite picture of graduating class (optional)
  • NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) Application
  • Nursing License application fee, Live Scan Fingerprint scan now required before you can sit for the NCLEX test
  • Health insurance and expenses related to illness, injury or random drug/alcohol screen are the responsibility of the individual student and/or the student’s family
Other fees may apply

Clinical Resources (Affiliating Agencies)

The following agencies may be used throughout the Level I -Level II curriculum. This list is subject to change and is not all-inclusive.Glen Oaks is a small, rural community college; therefore we travel widely to meet the student’s clinical needs. Many of these sites may not be near your home.

  • Promedica Coldwater Regional HospitalColdwater, Michigan
  • Beacon Health SystemElkhart, Indiana
  • Private Physicians’ OfficesMichigan and Indiana
  • Sturgis HospitalSturgis, Michigan
  • Three Rivers HealthThree Rivers, Michigan
  • TRH-Pediatric ClinicThree Rivers, Michigan
  • TRH Women’s ClinicThree Rivers, Michigan
  • Branch-Hillsdale, St. Joseph Community Health Dept.Coldwater & Three Rivers
  • Thurston Woods/Froh HomeSturgis, Michigan
  • Topeka Professional ClinicTopeka, Indiana
  • St. Joseph County Community Mental Health AgencyCentreville, Michigan
  • Maple LawnColdwater, Michigan
  • Grace HealthcareThree Rivers, Michigan
  • LaGrange County Health Dept.LaGrange, Indiana
  • Bronson Methodist HospitalKalamazoo, Michigan
  • Bronson LakeviewPaw Paw, Michigan
  • Borgess Medical CenterKalamazoo, Michigan
  • Miller’s Merry ManorLaGrange, Indiana
  • Life Care CenterLaGrange, Indiana
  • Northridge High SchoolMiddlebury, Indiana
  • Pathfinder CenterCentreville, Michigan
  • Adapt, Inc.Coldwater, Michigan
  • Westview High SchoolTopeka, Indiana
  • Sturgis Home Health & HospiceSturgis, Michigan
  • Three Rivers Home Health & HospiceThree Rivers, Michigan
  • Lakeland High SchoolLaGrange, Indiana
  • Riverside Free ClinicThree Rivers, Michigan
  • Fairview Nursing & RehabilitationCentreville, Michigan
  • The Laurels of ColdwaterColdwater, Michigan
  • Heartland Healthcare CenterThree Rivers, Michigan

Course Sequence

Level I Course Sequence
Spring (7 ½ week) Compressed Semester Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
NUR 104 Fundamentals of Nursing 5 30 90 120 8
NUR 109 Pharmacology 2 30 30 2
Semester Totals 7 60 90 150 10
Fall Semester Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
ALH 103 Nutrition 3 45 45 3
NUR 111 Med/Surg I Nursing 6 82 143 225 15
NUR 119 Pharmacology II 2 30 30 2
NUR 131 Pediatric Nursing 3 45 45 90 6
Semester Totals 14 210 188 390 26
Winter Semester Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
NUR 112 Med/Surg II Nursing 7 105 135 240 16
NUR 129 Pharmacology III 2 30 30 2
NUR 130 Maternity Nursing 3 45 45 90 6
Semester Totals 12 180 180 360 24
Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
Level I Totals 33 450 458 900 60

Level II Packet

If you would like a PDF version of this packet emailed to you, please use the Program Packet Request Form located on this page.

The Glen Oaks Community College Laddered Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Degree Program begins yearly. The laddered program consists of Level I (practical nurse) and Level II (registered nurse). In addition to meeting the general requirements of the College for admission, there are requirements pertinent to each level of the program.

It is recommended that you work with the Nursing Office to plan your prerequisite courses prior to applying to the program and you MUST meet with the Director of Nursing during your first semester on campus*. Information icon

Information Sheet

The Level II Nursing Program starts every spring (June) and the nursing application is due EVERY YEAR on April 1st or the nearest business day preceding it. The test date for the Kaplan Transition test will always be the 2nd Wednesday in May, and sign-up sheets will be posted April 1st or the nearest business day preceding it. Deadline for test sign up will always be the last Friday in April.
NOTE: This Kaplan Transitions test focuses on Nursing Care and a minimum score of 75% correct, must be achieved to be considered for entry.
Graduates of Level I may progress directly to Level II if requirements are met. It offers those students, as well as current Licensed Practical Nurses, the opportunity to continue their education at Level II to meet the requirements for R.N. licensure. Glen Oaks Community College admits to both levels concurrently. Completion of Level II requires three semesters, with the first semester being a COMPRESSED 7 ½ week semester occurring during June/July.

Acceptance into Level II of the nursing program is based upon:

  1. Being ranked into the program with the ranking based on the graduating GPA from your Practical Nurse program (total GPA must be 2.5 or higher), AND the score on the Level II Kaplan Transition Test. The entrance ranking score formula is a combination of the minimum test score of 75% correct figured at 75% of the final score, with the GPA from PN program at 25% of final score.
  2. All health, including medical clearance, background check and drug screening requirements must be met by the due dates established.
NOTE: You are cautioned to work with the financial aid office to keep from over or under loading each semester as it relates to financial aid.
IMPORTANT: Financial aid and scholarships may be available if you qualify for the nursing program. For more information please contact the Financial Aid Office at (269) 467-9945, extension 260.

If your career goal involves eventually completing a BSN degree, you are advised to check the curriculum at the college/university you plan to attend. While waiting for classes at Glen Oaks to begin, you may want to take some non-nursing freshman and sophomore classes required in the university’s curriculum that will eventually transfer to that university. Students in the nursing program must earn a grade of 2.5(C+) or higher in each required course in the nursing curriculum, and maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 (C+) or higher. Students who receive final grades of less than 2.5 (C+) in a required course will not be allowed to progress until they have made up their deficiencies. Failure of two or more nursing courses will be cause for dismissal from the Program. Nursing students must meet GOCC requirements for graduation.

Please keep informed by checking glenoaks.edu regularly. You may also stop by the Nursing Office in the D 200 wing (D255) at any time or phone the Nursing Office at (269) 294-4333 or toll free 888-994-7818, ext. 333, to make arrangements to meet with the Nursing Director.

Please Note: Nursing students are responsible for their own expenses including, but not restricted to, travel, health care and emergency treatment. Travel is required to clinical sites in Indiana as well as various cities in Michigan.

Entry Checklist

  • GOCC application for Admission, high school & college transcripts (official-transcripts must come in the mail from your college to Glen Oaks).
  • All students entering, or returning after 3 years absence, to Glen Oaks must take ACCUPLACER (free college entrance test) and go through GOCC ORIENTATION in order register for classes.
  • Completed Nursing application (received by the due date). You must meet with the Director of Nursing before submitting your application.
  • Sign up for the Level II entrance test. Sign-up sheets will be posted on the Pre-nursing board in April.
After ACCEPTANCE into the program the following things will be required:
  • Criminal Record Background Check & Drug Screening (after admission to program).
  • Current American Heart Association CPR card (After admission to program).
  • Completed health (physical) form. (no sooner than 6 weeks and no later than 4 weeks before your 1st nursing class) Must be completed by the attending Physician, PA or Nurse Practitioner and all information on front of physical form must be completed by student, including emergency contact information.
  • Proof of Hepatitis B immunity, Rubella Immunity, Chicken Pox Immunity, Yearly TB test, TDap within 10 years, influenza vaccinations(s) completed in season. Copies of all immunizations must be given to the nursing office upon notification of acceptance into the program. You will not be allowed to start the program unless these things are complete in your nursing file.
Current Level I students must also submit:
  • A letter of intent (see Nursing Handbook) to advance to Level II by the deadline of 4/1.
  • Copy of current nursing license when received. You MUST sit for the NCLEX and pass the Michigan licensing test within the semester following graduation from Level I.
Advanced Standing Nurses (LPN):
  • Submit a typed letter to the Director of Nursing indicating interest in entrance to the Level II program. Submit application to program by April 1st, 2018 AFTER meeting with the DON. Sign up for test in April 2018.
  • Submit typed reference letters from the DON and your immediate supervisor which speaks to your professionalism, clinical competency, critical thinking, knowledge, attitude and ability to work with others. YOU ALSO NEED proof of 540 hours worked as a nurse in the past year.

Admission Criteria

Admission Criteria for Level II is divided into 2 categories. Part A is for students who are currently Level l students and have chosen to advance to the Level II program. Part B is for students entering Level II who have completed Level l some time previously OR students who did not attend GOCC for their PN. Level II enrollment is limited to 30 students.


A. Current Level I student MUST:
  1. Submit a “Letter of Intent” to enter Level II by the deadline of April 1st.
  2. Take the Kaplan Transition Entrance exam for Level II and achieve an “overall percent correct” score of 75 or higher. If you take the Kaplan exam and score below 75%, you may take it again next year, however only 2 unsuccessful attempts are allowed. If you pass the exam but are not ranked in, retaking the exam is unlimited.
  3. Submit an official college transcript if applicable, verifying courses taken for transfer since starting Level I, i.e., ENG 122 English Composition.
  4. Applicants are ranked to determine admission for Level II, based on an entrance ranking score which is 25% of their program GPA and 75% of their Kaplan Entrance test score. If equally ranked applicants exceed available seats, the following criteria in descending order will be used to determine admission:
    1. In-district applicant
    2. Date Nursing Application was received
    3. Date Glen Oaks Admission Application was received
Acceptance into Level II is conditional until documentation supports the following:
  1. A physical exam that reveals no medical reason which would exclude the student from participating in the Nursing Program.
  2. A record of current immunizations per immunization policy.
  3. A current CPR for the health care provider card from the American Heart Association. Both the CPR card and the immunizations must be kept current for the duration of the program.
  4. A Negative Drug and Alcohol screen will be required. Additionally, a Level II Validation Form must be signed, dated and returned (form in the nursing packet).

NOTE: Current Level I students MUST take and pass the NCLEX-PN upon completion of Level I and submit a copy of your Michigan license when received. You MUST sit for the NCLEX and pass the Michigan licensing test within the semester following graduation from Level I.

A failure on the NCLEX-PN exam will result in forfeiting your seat in the Level II program.

B. Current Licensed Practical Nurses – students returning to the program from a previous GOCC class, or current LPN’s from another program MUST:
  1. APPLY to Glen Oaks Community College AND schedule a NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION prior to registering for classes. If you have been a past student at Glen Oaks you must go to Student Services and update your application.
  2. Meet with the Director of Nursing (DON) and submit a nursing application by April 1st (or the nearest business day to it), AND submit a copy of your current unencumbered Michigan PN license.
  3. Submit 2 reference letters; one letter from your DON and one letter from your nurse supervisor which speaks to your professionalism, clinical competency, critical thinking, knowledge, attitude and ability to work with others. Letters must be on Employer letterhead and signed.
  4. Have confirmation of 540 hours of employment as an LPN within the last year (April to April). Individuals who do not meet the employment requirements for admission will be evaluated by the DON and the faculty.
  5. Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in your PN program.
  6. Report any Criminal Felony or Misdemeanor charges on a public record to the DON with submission of your nursing application. Acceptance into Level II is conditional on a negative criminal background investigation and a negative drug and alcohol screen.
  7. Take the Kaplan Transition Entrance exam for Level II and achieve an “overall percent correct” score of 75 or higher. If you take the Kaplan exam and score below 75%, you may take it again next year. However only two unsuccessful attempts are allowed. If you pass the test but are not ranked in, retaking the exam is unlimited.
The entrance ranking score for current PN’s is the cumulative GPA from your PN program at 25% and the Entrance test score at 75%. The combined score will then be ranked and the top 30 applicants will be admitted.

Program Expenses

The following are the APPROXIMATE costs of a student enrolling in the Nursing Program at Glen Oaks for the academic year 2018-2019:

Tuition per contact hour*:

  • In district – $119
  • Service Area – $149

  • State of MI – $182
  • Out of State – $216

General Fees – $25 per contact hour* (Approximately $1,175)

Student Activity – $4 per contact hour* (Approximately $188)

Individual Course Fees – Approximately $695

Books – Approximately $500 (required texts) per semester


Other expenses include but are not limited to:
  • Physical examination for outside entry PN’s, American Heart Association CPR for the Healthcare Provider must be current, and required immunizations
  • Background check and drug screen 1st year and drug screen repeated 2nd year, close to $100 initially
  • Student uniforms (2-recommended), white shoes, watch with sweep 2nd hand, small note pad (Costs vary because of student preference)
  • School graduation pin – $46 to $95 (costs vary)
  • State Board Application fees – at this time $123.60 (states require fingerprints before you sit for your test at an approximate cost of $63 done through the state, not through Glen Oaks
  • NCLEX Examination each year ($200)
  • Transportation costs that depend on student needs
*A contact hour is equivalent to the time the instructor spends in the classroom or at the clinical site per week.

In district students are: St. Joseph County residents

Service area students are: Cass County residents in the following school districts; Three Rivers, Constantine & White Pigeon. Branch County residents, LaGrange IN County residents, Elkhart County IN residents and Steuben County IN residents

State of MI students are: Students outside of St. Joseph County and outside of Service Area who are residents of Michigan.

Out of State students: Students outside of Michigan and Service Area.

International Students: $250.00 per credit hour (not included on table).

First Semester Cost Estimate

1st Semester
COST PER CLASS IN CURRICULUM
Tuition per contact hour
In district
$112
Service Area
$142
State of MI
$175
Out of State
$209
NUR 220 Transitions,
2 Credits, 5 Contacts
$560.00 $710.00 $875.00 $1,046.00
Fees – Course fee $225.00 $225.00 $225.00 $225.00
Student & General fee $145.00 $145.00 $145.00 $145.00
SUBTOTAL $930.00 $1,080.00 $1,245.00 $1,415.00
Total Tuition & Fees-1st semester $930.00 $1,080.00 $1,245.00 $1,415.00

Second Semester Cost Estimate

2nd Semester
COST PER CLASS IN CURRICULUM
Tuition per contact hour
In district
$119
Service Area
$149
State of MI
$182
Out of State
$216
NUR 213 Complex Parent-Child,
4 Credits, 10 Contacts
$1,190.00 $1,490.00 $1,820.00 $2,160.00
Fees – Course fee $110.00 $110.00 $110.00 $110.00
Student & General fee $290.00 $290.00 $290.00 $290.00
SUBTOTAL $1,590.00 $1,890.00 $2,220.00 $2,560.00
NUR 215 Complex Med/Surg,
4 Credits, 10 Contacts
$1,190.00 $1,490.00 $1,820.00 $2,160.00
Fees – Course fee $110.00 $110.00 $110.00 $110.00
Student & General fee $290.00 $290.00 $290.00 $290.00
SUBTOTAL $1,590.00 $1,890.00 $2,220.00 $2,560.00
Tuition Only
NUR 213
$1,190.00 $1,490.00 $1,820.00 $2,160.00
NUR 215
$1,190.00 $1,490.00 $1,820.00 $2,160.00
TUITION ONLY TOTAL $2,380.00 $2,980.00 $3,640.00 $4,320.00
Total Tuition & Fees-2nd semester $3,180.00 $3,780.00 $4,440.00 $5,120.00

Third Semester Cost Estimate

3rd Semester
COST PER CLASS IN CURRICULUM
Tuition per contact hour
In district
$119
Service Area
$149
State of MI
$182
Out of State
$216
NUR 201 Health Care Ethics,
2 Credits, 2 Contacts
$238.00 $298.00 $364.00 $432.00
Fees – Course fee $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 $30.00
Student & General fee $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $58.00
SUBTOTAL $326.00 $386.00 $452.00 $520.00
NUR 214 Comm. Mental Hlth.,
4 Credits, 9 Contacts
$1,071.00 $1,341.00 $1,638.00 $1,944.00
Fees – Course fee $110.00 $110.00 $110.00 $110.00
Student & General fee $261.00 $261.00 $261.00 $261.00
SUBTOTAL $1,442.00 $1,712.00 $2,009.00 $2,315.00
NUR 216 Leadership,
2 Credits, 8 Contacts
$952.00 $1,192.00 $1,456.00 $1,728.00
Fees – Course fee $110.00 $110.00 $110.00 $110.00
Student & General fee $232.00 $232.00 $232.00 $232.00
SUBTOTAL $1,294.00 $1,534.00 $1,798.00 $2,014.00
ENG 122 English Comp.,
3 Credits, 3 Contacts
$357.00 $447.00 $546.00 $648.00
Student & General fee $87.00 $87.00 $87.00 $87.00
SUBTOTAL $444.00 $534.00 $633.00 $735.00
Tuition Only
NUR 201 $238.00 $298.00 $364.00 $432.00
NUR 214
$1,071.00 $1,341.00 $1,638.00 $1,944.00
NUR 216
$952.00 $1,192.00 $1,452.00 $1,728.00
ENG 122
$357.00 $447.00 $546.00 $648.00
TUITION ONLY TOTAL $2,618.00 $3,278.00 $4,004.00 $4,802.00
Total Tuition & Fees-3rd Semester $3,506.00 $4,166.00 $4,892.00 $5,690.00

Level I Total Cost Estimate

Level I Totals
In district Service Area State of MI Out of State
Total Tuition & Fees for Level I
$9,360.00 $11,000.00 $13,017.00 $14,986.00

Level II Total Cost Estimate

Level II Totals
In district Service Area State of MI Out of State
Total Tuition & Fees for Level II
$7,716.00 $9,026.00 $10,577.00 $12,225.00

Levels I & II Total Cost Estimate

Levels I & II Totals
In district Service Area State of MI Out of State
Total Tuition & Fees for Levels I & II
$16,976.00 $20,026.00 $23,594.00 $27,211.00

Additional Expenses

Student Expenses Other Than Tuition, Fees & Books

In addition to the current in-district or out-of-district tuition, nursing students shall be responsible for the following:

  • Personal health requirements/Physical examination and history
  • Current TB testing, immunizations and required titers
  • Current CPR from American Heart Association, for the health care provider; status validated with CPR card
  • Drug and alcohol screening
  • Criminal background check
  • Transportation costs
  • Clinical equipment; stethoscope, scissors, penlight, pocket notepad, and black ink pen
  • Uniforms, shoes, socks (all white)
  • Watch with second hand or digital capability to display seconds
  • Nursing Pin/Lamp
  • Sitting fee for composite picture of graduating class (optional)
  • NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) Application
  • Nursing License application fee, Live Scan Fingerprint scan now required before you can sit for the NCLEX test
  • Health insurance and expenses related to illness, injury or random drug/alcohol screen are the responsibility of the individual student and/or the student’s family
Other fees may apply

Clinical Resources (Affiliating Agencies)

The following agencies may be used throughout the Level I -Level II curriculum. This list is subject to change and is not all-inclusive.Glen Oaks is a small, rural community college; therefore we travel widely to meet the student’s clinical needs. Many of these sites may not be near your home.

  • Promedica Coldwater Regional HospitalColdwater, Michigan
  • Beacon Health SystemElkhart, Indiana
  • Private Physicians’ OfficesMichigan and Indiana
  • Sturgis HospitalSturgis, Michigan
  • Three Rivers HealthThree Rivers, Michigan
  • TRH-Pediatric ClinicThree Rivers, Michigan
  • TRH Women’s ClinicThree Rivers, Michigan
  • Branch-Hillsdale, St. Joseph Community Health Dept.Coldwater & Three Rivers
  • Thurston Woods/Froh HomeSturgis, Michigan
  • Topeka Professional ClinicTopeka, Indiana
  • St. Joseph County Community Mental Health AgencyCentreville, Michigan
  • Maple LawnColdwater, Michigan
  • Grace HealthcareThree Rivers, Michigan
  • LaGrange County Health Dept.LaGrange, Indiana
  • Bronson Methodist HospitalKalamazoo, Michigan
  • Bronson LakeviewPaw Paw, Michigan
  • Borgess Medical CenterKalamazoo, Michigan
  • Miller’s Merry ManorLaGrange, Indiana
  • Life Care CenterLaGrange, Indiana
  • Northridge High SchoolMiddlebury, Indiana
  • Adapt, Inc.Coldwater, Michigan
  • Westview High SchoolTopeka, Indiana
  • Sturgis Home Health & HospiceSturgis, Michigan
  • Three Rivers Home Health & HospiceThree Rivers, Michigan
  • Lakeland High SchoolLaGrange, Indiana
  • Fairview Nursing & RehabilitationCentreville, Michigan
  • The Laurels of ColdwaterColdwater, Michigan
  • Heartland Healthcare CenterThree Rivers, Michigan

Course Sequence

Level II Course Sequence
Spring (7 ½ week) Compressed Semester Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
NUR 220 Nursing Role Transition 2 30 45 75 5
Semester Totals 2 30 45 75 5
Fall Semester Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
NUR 213 Complex Parent-Child Nursing 4 60 90 150 10
NUR 215 Complex Medical-Surgical Nursing 4 60 90 150 10
Semester Totals 8 120 180 300 20
Winter Semester Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
NUR 201 Health Care Ethics 2 30 30 2
NUR 214 Community Mental Health Nursing 3 45 90 135 9
NUR 216 Leadership in Nursing 2 30 90 120 8
ENG 122 English Composition 3 45 45 3
Semester Totals 10 150 180 330 22
Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
Level II Totals 20 300 365 705 47
Credit Hours Class Hours Clinical/Lab Contact Hours Contact Hours Total Total Contacts
ADN Program Totals 53 750 823 1605 107