Associate of Applied Science - Nursing
 

Why Nursing? For many, it is a calling.

For more information contact:
Shawna McGill, MSN, RN
Division Chair of Allied Health
Nursing Program Director
575.769.4954
shawna.mcgill@clovis.edu

Nursing Program Application
Allied Health Dept. Immunizations
2013 CCC Nursing Alumni Survey

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Is there a future in a Nursing career?

Employment for nurses is projected to grow by 21 percent between 2008—2018, much faster than the average for all occupations. With the increase in demand for healthcare services, demand for LPNs and RNs will continue to grow. In addition to a median income level that averages between $35,000 and $60,000, nursing affords you the opportunity to travel the world and work in a variety of environments.

Why choose a career in Nursing

Many people are drawn by the desire to make a difference in a career that is about care giving and compassion, pursue work that is deeply inspiring and serves the greater good, or some combination of all these factors. Being a nurse stimulates the mind as well as the heart, requiring critical thinking rooted in evidence based practice. For those who desire to work within acute care settings and hospitals, public health settings or clinics, with newborns, children and adults, nursing is a career of choice. Nursing careers allow a great deal of flexibility in work schedules and places of employment as well, while providing both personal satisfaction and appropriate compensation.

What will I learn in the Nursing program at CCC?

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Pharmacology
  • Clinical Rotations in a variety of settings which include Women's Unit, OR, and the ICU
  • Recognition of life-threatening conditions
  • Adult and pediatric peripheral IV therapy
  • Exposure to a variety of patients including infants, pediatrics, and adults

CCC's Nursing Program is a Full Member of the New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) and has implemented the NMNEC common statewide curriculum. More information about prerequisites, the Program of Study, admissions, and ADN and BSN partnerships is available at www.nmnec.org/future-students.

Why is the Nursing program at CCC so outstanding?

Admission to the Nursing program at Clovis Community College requires an application process. Please click here for details on qualifications to apply. Students participating in the Nursing program at Clovis Community College receive a state-of-the-art, well-rounded, hands-on education. We offer smaller class sizes and personal attention from a highly educated, experienced, friendly staff that believes in your success.

Here are the classes you need to take in order to earn your Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree. You can also view the CCC Course Catalog for more details, including course descriptions.

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For more information about the Certificate of Completion program, including graduation rates and the median debt of students who completed the certificate, please click HERE.