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Registered Nursing – Transitional (ADN)

Belmont College offers the Transitional Nursing curriculum in which a Licensed Practical Nurse or a Certified Paramedic has the opportunity to enter the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program. Following the Transitional Nursing semester, the student can pursue an Associate Degree in Nursing and become eligible to take NCLEX-RN.

 

This two-year associate degree program prepares the graduate to pass the NCLEX-RN licensing examinations and become a Registered Nurse.  Apply early to this highly-selective and highly-challenging program. The program is approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing and the Ohio Board of Regents.

 

Class size is limited to space available in the ADN program. Application Information for the Fall 2020 entrance will be posted November 2019. Applications will be accepted starting January 2, 2020 and will conclude on May 12, 2020.

 

Students are encouraged to start completion of prerequisites and applicable general education courses as soon as possible. Questions? Contact the Nursing Advisor at 740.699.3820.

Transitional Nursing Program Forms

Admission Criteria (pdf)

Criminal History Fact Sheet (pdf)

 

Program Outcomes

  1. Advocate for patients and families in ways that promote their self-determination, integrity, and ongoing growth as human beings.
  2. Combine theoretical knowledge from nursing, scientific, environmental and humanistic disciplines within the safe practice of nursing.
  3. Make judgements in practice, substantiated with evidence, that integrate nursing science in the provision of safe, quality care and promote the health of patients within a family and community context.
  4. Integrate therapeutic communication techniques and information technology to foster strong relationships within the healthcare environment to promote optimal patient outcomes.
  5. Implement one’s role as a nurse in ways that reflect integrity, responsibility, ethical practices, and an evolving identity as a nurse committed to evidence-based practice, caring, advocacy, and safe, quality care for diverse patients within a family community context.
  6. Practice according to current ethical and legal standards of professional nursing with a focus on excellence, safety, and quality care which includes health promotion and patient education.
  7. Critically analyze the evidence that underlies clinical nursing practice to challenge the status quo, question underlying assumptions, and offer new insights to improve the quality of holistic care for patients, families and communities.
  8. Value and accept accountability for the continuous evaluation of one’s own personal and professional behavior, including integrity, ethics, excellence and the practice of life-long learning.