Nursing (LPN), Certificate

The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) program prepares students to use the nursing process to collect and organize relevant health care data and assist in the identification of the health needs/problems of clients throughout their life span and in a variety of settings. The entry-level licensed practical nurse (LPN), under appropriate supervision, is prepared to coordinate and provide care, while contributing to the plan for nursing interventions to meet the needs of clients with commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes. Graduates of the Licensed Practical Nurse program earn a certificate and are eligible to sit for the LPN licensure examination (NCLEX-PN). The LPN program articulates with associate's degree RN programs providing graduates with advanced standing.


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