Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) work in nursing homes, hospitals, private homes, and physician offices. They help people of all ages by assessing health, providing treatments, comfort, and caring. LPNs are respected members of the health care team, working under the direction of RNs and doctors. WSCC’s LPN program serves as the first year of the curriculum toward the associate’s degree in nursing.
Admission into Nursing Program is by competitive selection. Students must earn at least a 75% grade average in each course to continue in the program, but must earn a 2.7 (B‐) in ANP I and II. ANP 230 , ANP 231 , ENG 111 and PSY 161 may be completed prior to the program.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
West Shore Community College has elected to opt in to the early rescission of the Gainful Employment regulations, as permitted by the US Department of Education.
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