About the Program
Henderson Community College's Nursing program is a Selective Admissions program. The program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. and receives the approval of the Kentucky Board of Nursing. More information is available in the Nursing Program Brochure.
Note: The Kentucky Board of Nursing may deny graduates the opportunity to take the nursing licensing examination if they have a previous criminal conviction.
What credentials will I earn?
- Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing
What will I study?
Our courses are organized around a clearly defined conceptual framework that combines
general education and nursing education. Nursing courses correlate classroom and clinical
instruction in community agencies.
How Long Will I Be in School?
- Nursing 2013-14--Current Curriculum (PDF XLS)
- Student Handbook AD
- HCC Nursing Programs Pre-Admission Conference Dates
The Associate Degree Nursing Program is approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing and is accredited by the:
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
What will it cost?
Please review the Nursing 101 Costs Sheet (updated for Fall 2016) for beginning costs for the first nursing course. These costs are subject to change; however, the document will give you a basic understanding of the costs for the first semester.
How does an LPN advance to the Associate Nursing Degree Program?
There are two options for a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to advance to the associate degree nursing program:
- an LPN may apply for admittance into the traditional day program upon receiving credit for the first nursing course, NSG 101 Nursing Practice I and would be allowed to start with Semester III, NSG 210 Medical Surgical Nursing I.
- another option is the admittance into the non-traditional LPN to ADN Bridge Program which allows for additional articulation credit given upon completion of NSG 197 Transition to ADN course allowing the student to enter the final year of the ADN program. There may be some courses within the LPN to ADN Bridge Program which are offered in a non-traditional, evening/weekend/online format. Either program will prepare an LPN to graduate with the Associate in Applied Science in Nursing Degree and be eligible to apply to the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
LPN to ADN Bridge Program pre-requisites include: BIO 137, BIO 139, PSY 110, PSY 223, MAT 110 or MAT150 (effective Spring 2015 only MAT150 will be accepted), ENG 101, COM 181 or 252, Computer - Digital Literacy (CIT 105), and an unrestricted, current LPN license.
For more information contact:
Academic & Technical Building, Room 314