The Associate of Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) Nursing Degree is offered on both the Wenatchee and Omak campuses. Students who wish to go on to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) should pursue the AAS-T degree.
Prerequisites must be completed before applying to the Nursing Program.
Once accepted to the Nursing Program, students begin in fall quarter. Successful completion of the first year (first four quarters) of the AAS-T degree entitles students to take the licensure examination (NCLEX-PN) for practical nursing. Students may opt to exit the Nursing Program at this level.
First Year - Fall Quarter
Foundations of Nursing
Foundations of Nursing Practice Lab
First Year - Winter Quarter
Nursing Concepts I
Nursing Concepts Practice Lab I
First Year - Spring Quarter
Nursing Concepts II
Nursing Concepts Practice Lab II
First Year - Summer Quarter
Nursing Concepts III
Nursing Concepts Practice Lab III
Second Year - Fall Quarter
Advanced Nursing Concepts I
Nursing Concept Practice Lab I
Second Year - Winter Quarter
Advanced Nursing Concepts II
Nursing Concept Practice Lab II
Social Sciences or Humanities Elective1
Second Year - Spring Quarter
Advanced Nursing Concept III
Nursing Concept Practice Lab III
Total Credits for the Program2
1 Classes may be taken before acceptance into the nursing program. It's best to get these classes done as early as possible.
2 This number does not include prerequisites.
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