CCAC's ADN Program at California University
This degree is intended for those who have not already completed a nursing program.
Through a collaborative relationship between CCAC and Cal U, students attend classes on the Cal U campus. Faculty from CCAC offer the nursing courses at Cal U, while Cal U faculty offer the non-nursing courses. This leads to the Associate degree in Nursing (ADN) from CCAC.
A graduate of the CCAC ADN program is eligible to take the licensure examination to become a Registered Nurse. The ADN graduate who becomes licensed may then apply for entry into the California University of Pennsylvania RN-BSN program in order to complete additional coursework leading to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).
The CCAC nursing program begins every January. This is a competitive program and seating is limited. Pre-nursing students MUST apply to California University of Pennsylvania and the Community College of Allegheny County by August 15th to be considered for acceptance into the program. Pre-nursing students MUST ALSO complete the following requirements set forth by CCAC BEFORE submitting their application.
REQUIREMENTS FOR INCOMING FRESHMAN
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High School Chemistry with a lab with a final grade of a C or higher.
While in high school take an advanced placement biology and passing the AP Exam with a 3 or higher
Dual enrollment: take a college level biology. Please visit http://www.ccac.edu/default.aspx?id=141056 for further information.
CCAC offers a challenge exam at their campuses. Please contact one of the CCAC Campuses to schedule an appointment.
All students must take the writing placement exam unless you have taken English Composition 101.
Requirements for TRANSFER STUDENTS
2.8 CUMULATIVE GPA
12 or more college level credits
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