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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ ___________________________________________________________ 2015-2016
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health care team and setting.
• Demonstrates appropriate work ethic in the healthcare setting
including time management and punctuality, leadership and
management skills, appropriate dress code and hygiene
practices, and teamwork and communication practices.
Professional Program Entrance Requirements
In addition to the requirements for all health care programs,
the applicant must:
• Be accepted as a student in good standing at Eastern Idaho
Technical College.
• Complete all prerequisite courses with a minimum “C-” or
better grade.
• Complete Associate Degree Nursing program application.
• At the time of application student must have:
• Verification of 1000 or more hours of direct patient care as
an LPN in the past three years.
Or
• Verification of graduation from a practical nursing program
within the past two years.
• Provide proof of active, unrestricted Idaho Practical
Nursing licensure
• Have IV Therapy certification or copy of transcripts proving
successful completion of IV therapy course
• Provide proof of immunizations:
• Background check done through a site approved by the
College.
• Completion of all admission requirements does not ensure
acceptance into the professional program.
• A limited number of applicants are accepted into the program
twice each year, fall and spring.
• Candidates for admission are selected based on available space
and college readiness date assigned by the Healthcare
Admissions Counselor.
• Those not selected will be placed on a waiting list.
• A failed course with an ADN prefix will result in dismissal
from the program.
Program Continuation Requirements
• All program specific courses must be passed with a minimum
of 75% and must be passed consecutively before continuing on
to the next course.
Program Costs
In addition to the registration fees, a Registered Nursing student
can expect to spend an approximate total of $3,900 on books,
uniforms, supplies, criminal background check, and ATI and
other testing fees for the entire program. Graduates are required
to sit for proficiency exams at the conclusion of their program.
Information regarding costs and dates for the exams will be
posted in the online catalog and available from the program
instructor(s).
Registered Nursing (ADN)
Associate of Applied Science Degree
61 Credits
Financial Aid Eligible
Prerequisites
to be completed prior to entering the professional
component of the program. MAT 123, or MAT 143, or MAT 253
BIO 250
General Microbiology
3 AND
BIO 250L
General Microbiology Lab
1
BIO 227
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
4 AND
BIO 227L
Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab
0
BIO 228
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
4 AND
BIO 228L
Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab
0
CHE 101
Essentials of General Chemistry
4 AND
CHE 101L
Essentials of General Chemistry Lab
0
COM 101
Fundamentals of Speech
3
ENG 101
English Composition
3
ENG 102
Critical Reading and Writing
3
ENG 110
Intro to Literature
3
or equivalent humanities
MAT 253
Elementary Statistics
3
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
3
SOC 101
Introduction to Sociology
3
Professional Component
To be completed in three semesters and one summer term
Fall Entrance:
Fall Term
ADN 210
Nursing Transition
2
ADN 212
Health Assessment
3
ADN 225
Pharmacology for Nursing
1
Spring Term
ADN 220
Intermediate Nursing Intervention
4
ADN 221
Intermediate Clinical Foundations
4
Summer Term
ADN 240
Dimensions of Professional Nursing
2
Fall Term
ADN 230
Advanced Nursing Interventions
4
ADN 231
Advanced Clinical Foundations
4
Spring Entrance:
Spring Term
ADN 210
Nursing Transition
2
ADN 212
Health Assessment
3
ADN 225
Pharmacology for Nursing
1
Summer Term
ADN 240
Dimensions of Professional Nursing
2
Fall Term
ADN 220
Intermediate Nursing Intervention
4
ADN 221
Intermediate Clinical Foundations
4
Spring Term
ADN 230
Advanced Nursing Interventions
4
ADN 231
Advanced Clinical Foundations
4
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