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Associate Degree Nursing

Application Deadline April 1

Bevill State Community College is accepting applications for the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program until April 1 in the Office of Student Services. Admission to the ADN program is competitive and the number of students admitted si limited by the number of faculty and clinical facilities available. Meeting the minimum requirements for admisisons does not guarantee acceptance.

ADN Nursing Program Application
ADN Nursing Program Checklist
ADN High School GPA Certificate Form
ADN Course Outline and Transfer Guide
ADN Program Effective Functions

About the Program

The Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program is a five-semester program whose mission is to prepare professional nurses (RN) to address health care needs of the community in both acute and long-term care settings where policies and procedures are specified. Critical thing, the nursing process, communication, safety, client education, ethical-legal issues, the health-illness continuum, and pharmacology are core themes used to develop content within the curriculum.

The ADN curriculum incorporates general education courses along with nursing courses. The nursing courses include classroom instruction with guided clincial experiences in varied health care agencies.

Associate Degree Nursing graduates have the opportunity to become Registered Nurses in the healthcare field after successful passage of the NCLEX-RN exam. Registered Nurses are among the most in-demand jobs in the region and also are among the highest paying.

ADN Program QuickFacts

• ADN program is 5 semesters
• 72 credit hours/1680 contact hours
• Admission is on a competitive basis
• The Number of students is limited by
  the number of faculty and clinical
  facilities available
• Classes/Labs/Clinicals may be
  scheduled during days, evenings
  and/or weekends
• Students seeking financial aid should
  see the Financial Aid Officer on the
  Appropriate Campus.

Effective Fall 2013, a minimum
  composite score of 18 on residual or
  national ACT will be required for entry
  to the nursing program. The test must
  be taken within 5 years for
  consideration into the nursing
  program.

Meeting the minimal requirements does not guarantee acceptance to the ADN program.

It is recommended that you check with admissions on your campus to see if your file is complete prior to the ADN application deadline.




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