The two-year Associate Degree in Nursing program is designed to prepare students educationally as contributing members of the health team, rendering direct patient care as beginning practitioners of nursing in a variety of health services facilities. Areas of employment include acute healthcare agencies (hospitals), nursing homes, home health, health departments, doctor offices, schools, and other agencies such as criminal justice and mental health settings.

Selective Admissions Requirements

Want to transition from a LPN to an RN?

G3 Tuition Assistance Eligible Program (Click for more information)

Program Statistics

  • Healthcare occupations was projected to grow 19 percent from 2014 to 2024.
  • Will continue to grow to meet the needs of an aging population.
  • Healthcare pay is higher than the median wage for other occupations.
  • 90-100% of our graduates obtain employment.
  • Many graduates continue their educations as BSNs, and even MSNs.

Salary Range


What Hours Would I Work?

Registered Nursing (RN) offers an opportunity for a variety of work hours.

Where Can I Live?

Registered Nursing (RN) provides an opportunity for Nationwide job availability. 

Faculty & Staff

Karla Yates
Karla Yates
(276) 223-4865