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Welcome to the El Camino College NURSING PROGRAM

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Certified Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide courses are no longer being offered.

An announcement will be posted on this site if and when the courses will be offered in the future.

This program will prepare you for entry into the health care field as a registered nurse. The Nursing Program also offers advanced placement opportunities for LVN/LPNs and transfer students. The ECC Associate Degree in Nursing provides students with skills needed to enter the nursing profession and the ability to assess unique patients of any age in terms of their basic human needs and structural variables. Degree competence will be assessed regularly by evaluations of expected learning outcomes in the clinical setting as well as course examinations. Emphasis is placed on the use of critical thinking and creative problem-solving in the clinical setting. The nursing major prepares graduates to manage and provide skilled nursing care to individuals in a variety of health care settings as entry-level registered nurses. Upon successful completion of the nursing program, the graduate is eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examinations for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

Program Length and Licensing Requirements.


The program is two academic years in length after completion of program prerequisites. Acceptance of qualified applicants to the program does not guarantee graduation from the program/college. Students are eligible to take the licensing examination for registered nurses upon satisfactory completion of the nursing program. Graduates must pass the licensing examination (NCLEX-RN) in order to practice nursing in the state of California. The NCLEX-RN, developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, is administered by computer nationally, throughout the year.

The ECC nursing program is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing.

Special Note Regarding Licensure:

The California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) protects the public by screening applicants for licensure in order to identify potentially unsafe practitioners. The BRN may deny applications for permanent licensure, interim permits and temporary licenses if the applicant has been found guilty of dishonesty; fraud or deceit; felony; child abuse; sex offender crimes; acts involving narcotics, dangerous drugs or devices; assault and/or battery; and other crimes. Applicants who have questions regarding limitations related to licensure should contact the California Board of Registered Nursing (916) 322-3350 or access its website at www.rn.ca.gov. It is the responsibility of the applicant to present sufficient evidence of rehabilitation.

Applicants are advised to explore other career opportunities prior to investing substantial time in a nursing program if it appears that a prior serious act or conviction may jeopardize licensure.

Department Update:

1.Challenge Exam for N149 Entrance: Effective fall 2010, all upward mobility students (LVNs and transfer students) will be required to take and successfully pass LPN Step exam prior to entering the Associate Degree Nursing program The LPN STEP® exam is a Proctored Assessment based on prior knowledge obtained while enrolled in an approved Board of Vocational Nursing Vocational Nursing Program. Utilize the following web site to prepare for your LPN STEP proctored exam:http://www.atitesting.com/ati_store/search.aspx?keyword=lpnstep

2. Social Security Number: The state of California requires all RNs to have a valid social security number. Nursing students will be required to show proof of a valid social security number prior to entry into the nursing program. International students please contact the International student center.

3. N48 Dosage Calculations: Effective summer 2010, N48 Dosage Calculations will become a two unit class. N48 will become a Nursing Program requirement similar to N145. For students applying for the generic Associate Degree Nursing program as well as the Upward Mobility (LVN-RN) program. Students applying to the nursing program in fall 2010 must have N48 completed or in progress.

4. Multicriteria Admit Policy: Effective fall 2010, entrance to the generic ADN program will be based on a Multi-Criteria Screening Process approved in AB 1559 (Berryhill) (Chapter 712, Statutes of 2007 Public Postsecondary Education: Degree Nursing Programs, Section 78261.5). This law provides for a community college registered nursing program that determines the number of applicants to the program exceeds its capacity, to admit students using a Multicriteria screening (MCS) process. Details of the new admit criteria can be found by clicking on the link to Entrance Requirements - ADN degree. Additional information is available at the Nursing Information Session.

5. Schedule for Nursing Information Session is also available under the Counselor’s link (the schedule is different on the two campuses).

 

NURSING INFORMATION SESSIONSFall 2014

YOU MUST SHOW UP ON TIME !!!

Reminder: Application filing period forSpring 2015 will be from 9/15/14 to 10/6/14

Thursday

July 31, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

Thursday

August 14, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

Thursday

August 28, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

Thursday

September 11, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

Thursday

September 25, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

Thursday

October 9, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

Thursday

October 30, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

Thursday

November 20, 2014

5:00PM to 6:30PM

 

NOTE:Information sessions are geared towardstudents who are close to or ready to apply for admission into the El Camino College Associate Degree Nursing(ADN) program. However, attendance at an information session is highly recommended for any student who has declared nursing as their major. Candidates applying for admission into the nursing program are required to attend an information session within one year of submitting their application. Periodically entrance requirements are modified.

Where: All sessions are held in the Board Room located in the Administration Building.

Valid daily parking permits are required and may be purchased for $3 at the parking lot pay stations.

LATE ARRIVALS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ENTER. SEATING IS LIMITED TO SPACE AVAILABILITY.

Contact Information:

Inquiries related to the Nursing program can be directed to:

Wanda Morris RN, MN - Dean of Student Learning - Compton Center
(310) 900-1600 x2702
wmorris@elcamino.edu

Director of Nursing:
Octavia Hyacinth, DNP, MSN, FNP-C, RN, CCRN
ohyacinth@elcamino.edu

Kayla Ellis - Sr. Administrative Assistant - Compton Center
(310) 900-1600 x2700
kellis@elcamino.edu



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 Last Updated On: 9/22/14