Nursing

Do you enjoy working with others? Are you compassionate? Nursing is a career that allows using compassion and caring while fostering a career in life-long learning. 

Many people are drawn by the desire to make a difference in a career that is about care giving and compassion. Pursuing work that is deeply inspiring and serves the greater good is the core of a nurse's practice. Being a nurse stimulates the mind as well as the heart, requiring critical thinking rooted in evidence based practice.

Topics Covered:

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Pharmacology
  • Clinical Rotations in a variety of settings, including working directly with patients in OB/GYN, OR, Pediatrics, Public Health, Home Health, Long Term Care, Acute Care, Psychiatric and ICU settings
  • Recognition of life-threatening conditions
  • Adult and pediatric peripheral IV therapy

CCC's Nursing Program is a Full Member of the New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) and implemented the NMNEC common statewide curriculum in Fall 2015. More information about prerequisites and the Program of Study is available at www.nmnec.org/prospective-student.aspx.

Nursing students are required to complete some of their prerequisites prior to acceptance into the program.

Level 1: Certificate of Completion in Practical Nursing

  • Semester 1 (14 credits)
  • Semester 2 (17 credits)

Level 2: Associate of Applied Science in Nursing

  • Semester 3 (10 credits)
  • Semester 4 (12 credits)

For more information on specific courses, please see the course catalog.

  1. Students interested in CCC's Nursing program must first apply for admission to CCC through the Admissions and Records office.
  2. Prospective nursing students must complete 17 credit hours of prerequisite course work before being considered for the program. Please see an Academic Advisor for more information.
  3. Download and complete the CCC Nursing Program Application to be returned to Admissions and Records. NOTE: The deadline for entry during a Fall term is June 1 of that academic year. The deadline for entry during a Spring term is October 1 of the preceding year.
  4. Students will be required to take a Kaplan Admission Exam. Download a study guide for the Kaplan Admission Exam (PDF).
  5. Students will be notified of their acceptance status in either the first week of August (Fall cohort) or the third week in December (Spring cohort).

Graduates of CCC's Nursing Program use their skills in a variety of settings and benefit from the growing availability of jobs locally, regionally, nationally, and globally. Some of the career paths include:

With a bright outlook for the entire field of nursing career opportunities, students often continue their nursing education for advancement into other specialties as they develop their practice. The opportunity for self-growth in nursing is vast.

Other Information:

Note: Clovis Community College offers a Certificate of Achievement in Health Care Assistant upon completion of HCA 101 (6 credit hours). This course is not a requirement for gaining admission to the Nursing Program at CCC. Please see the Course Catalog for more information.

Clovis Community College ADN-Nursing Student Achievement Data

 

2014

2015

2016

NCLEX-RN 1st Time Test- Taker for

81.30%

79.25%

86%

Students Completing ADN Program in 6 semesters

87.73%

93.33%

100%

Students Employment Rate for Students Seeking Employment

95%

80%

90%

Contact Info

For more information about CCC's Nursing or EMS programs, please contact:

Shawna McGill, MSN, RN
Division Chair of Allied Health
575.769.4976
shawna.mcgill@clovis.edu

ACEN LogoCCC's Nursing Program is accredited by the
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing

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