Programs



Nurse Aide Program

Graduate nursing assistants should be prepared to use their skills, knowledge, and understanding for giving safe, quality health care to their clients. Students who graduate from the program can find occupations working in home health, hospice, private duty, in long-term care, assisted living facilities, and in hospitals.

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Evening Vocational Nursing Program

Vocational Nursing Educational Program - The program of study includes classroom and clinical instruction in the following areas: growth and development, vocational nursing concepts, basic nursing skills, pharmacology, medication administration, clinical practical training, nutrition, geriatrics, medical/surgical nursing, pediatrics, disease control and prevention, maternal/neonatal nursing, mental health nursing, and leadership and professional development. The number of weeks to complete the program is approximately 80 weeks see school calendar.

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