Non-Traditional 3-Year Track
The Career Ladder Nursing Program 3-Year Track within Lansing Community College's Nursing Department will enable the nontraditional student to pursue a terminal degree (Associate Degree in Applied Science) in nursing at a slower pace. This track is an innovative community initiative which addresses the critical shortage of registered nurses our community, state, and nation faces.
Some of the courses are offered in a hybrid format, meaning that students will be required to meet face-to-face with their instructor, and also complete coursework online. For hybrid learning information click here.
Thirty-two students will be admitted each fall semester. Coursework will consist of theory, labs and clinical rotations. The program will be eight consecutive semesters in length; sixteen weeks during the fall and spring, and ten weeks in the summer.
The successful graduate will be eligible to write the NCLEX-PN Exam to become a Licensed Practical Nurse and the NCLEX-RN Exam to become a Registered Nurse with licensure in the State of Michigan.
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Advising Guide-Career Ladder Nursing
A Nursing Career may be right for you
Students who plan to apply to the nursing program must attend a mandatory Pre-Nursing Advising Seminar. Dates are established by the Counseling and Advising Office (call 517/483-1904 for upcoming dates) or click here to see scheduled dates. Students MUST read the Nursing Advising Guide THOROUGHLY BEFORE attending a seminar.
Health and Human Services
Health and Human Services Bldg, Room 108
Phone: (517) 483-1410
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