nursing informational powerpoint

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Read through the following presentation to obtain a
better understanding of the Nursing programs
offered at Mt. San Jacinto College
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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)/ Home-health
Aide (HHA)
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Vocational Nursing (VN) full-time/part-time
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LVN to RN Transition
option)
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Associate of Science Degree in Nursing (ADN)
degree/non-degree (30 unit
The nurse assistant and home health aide
program at MSJC is a California state
approved program which prepares
students to take a competency exam for
state certification as a nurse assistant and
home health aide. The program consists
of instruction in all the fundamentals of
nursing and prepares students in basic
nursing skills.
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One semester program – 7.5 units
 Lecture – 5.0 hours/week (2days)
 Clinical Lab – 8.0 hours/week (1day)
 Skills Lab – 1 unit - 48 hours/semester
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Prepares students for the California State Exam to
become Certified Nursing /Home Health Aide Assistants.
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Register at Enrollment Services for NURS 085 & NURS
084A. No required preadmission courses.
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Following enrollment, come to the Nursing & Allied Health Office on the
Menifee Campus - Building 500, for information regarding necessary
requirements to complete prior to class attendance.
The Vocational Nursing Program is
accredited by the California Board of
Vocational & Psychiatric Technicians
(BVNPT). Upon completion of the
program the graduate is eligible to
apply for the National Council
Licensure Examination (NCLEX-VN) for
licensure as a Licensed Vocational
Nurse.
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Vocational Nursing Certificate Program leading to
a State Vocational Nursing License
Program Requirement Courses (8units)
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Must be completed before application to program
 Nurs 100
 Nurs 182
 Engl 98
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(3 units)
(1 unit)
(4 units)
3 semesters – 3/4 Days/Week
Classes are typically taught Morning and Afternoon
 Clinical days can range from 8 to 12 hours
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CNA to VN Certificate Program leading to a State
Vocational Nursing License.
Program Requirement Courses (8 units)
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Must be completed before application to program
 Nurs 100
 Nurs 182
 Engl 98
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(3 units)
(1 unit)
(4 units)
4 Semesters – 2-3 days/week
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Classes are typically taught Morning and Afternoon
Clinical days can range from 8 to 12 hours
The Associate of Science Degree in
Nursing Program is accredited by
the California Board of Registered
Nursing (BRN). Upon completion of
the 78 unit program, the graduate
earns an Associate of Science
Degree in Nursing and is eligible to
apply for the National Council
Licensure Examination (NCLEXRN) for licensure as a Registered
Nurse.
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Associate of Science Degree in Nursing leading to a State
Registered Nursing License
Program Requirement Courses (24 units)
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Must be completed before application to program
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(5 units)
(5 units)
(5 units)
(4 units)
(5 units)
Nursing Courses – 4 semesters (42 units)
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Anat 101
Anat 102
Biol 125
Engl 101
Math 96
Classes are typically taught Morning and Afternoon
Clinical days can range from 8 to 12 hours
Additional General Education Courses (12 units)
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Psyc 101
(3 units)
PS 101
(3 units)
Comm 100 or 103 (3 units)
Humanities
(3 units) ** Requirement may be satisfied with one course
Multicultural Gender Studies (3 units) ** Requirement may be satisfied with one course
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Associate of Science Degree in Nursing leading to a State Registered
Nursing License
Program Requirement Courses (30 units)
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Must be completed before application to program
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Nursing Courses – 2 Semesters (17.5 units)
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Except for Nurs 232 (Role Transition)
Anat 101 (5 units)
Anat 102 (5 units)
Biol 125
(5 units)
Engl 101
(4 units)
Math 96
(5 units)
Nurs 232
(3 units)
Nurs 84 A (0.5 unit)
Psych 101 (3 units)
Classes are typically taught Morning and Afternoon
Clinical days can range from 8 to 12 hours
Additional General Education Courses (9 units)
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PS 101
Comm 100 or 103
Humanities
Multicultural Gender Studies
(3 units)
(3 units)
(3 units)
(3 units)
** Requirement may be satisfied with one course
** Requirement may be satisfied with one course
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Non-Degree Nursing Candidate
Program Requirement Courses (10 units)
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Nursing 232- Role Transition (3 units)
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Must be completed before application to program
Course can be “in progress” at the time of application
Nursing Courses – (17.5 units)
License Honored only in the State of California
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Admission to Mt. San Jacinto College
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Completion of Math & English assessment tests
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Complete all pre-admission courses – No in-progress courses accepted
with the exception of Nurs 232-Role Transition
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Complete the application form indicating the Nursing program of choice-
 Proof of High School graduation or equivalent.
 Proof of completion of all pre-admission courses with Official Transcript(s) on file
in Enrollment Services
 Student may apply to more than one program as long as they meet all pre-
admission requirements as well as submit separate applications per program.
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OFFICIAL transcripts from all colleges attended must be submitted
to the Mt. San Jacinto College Enrollment Services. Following
submission, you must request to have these transcripts evaluated for
admission to the Nursing Program, using the Transcript Evaluation
form.
http://www.msjc.edu/projects/14/NursEvalRequestUpdate.pdf
Note request deadlines: July 1 for September 1-15 application filing
period and December 1 for February 1-15 application filing
period. A written report of your evaluation will be mailed to your
stated address, which must be attached to your Nursing Program
application.
Foreign Transcripts, including high school transcripts must be
evaluated by outside agencies, and then evaluated by an MSJC
evaluator for course equivalency. See Counseling Office for
details/application.
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Students completing all of their coursework at Mt. San
Jacinto College must submit a request for Nursing
Prerequisite Clearance using the Transcript Evaluation form
http://www.msjc.edu/projects/14/NursEvalRequestUpdat
e.pdf
Note request deadlines. A written clearance will be mailed
to your address on file after the end of semester grade
posting, which must be attached to your nursing program
application.
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Fall Semester
beginning in August
Spring Semester
beginning in January
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Feb.1 – Feb.15
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Sept.1 – Sept.15
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Vocational Nursing
Full time
Part time
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12 students/semester
12 students/semester
Registered Nursing
12 students/fall semester
24 students/spring semester
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LVN to RN Transition
 12
students FALL SEMESTER ONLY
• Only the students having admission requirements
completed with a 2.5 GPA by the application deadline
will be considered for selection.
•80% - GPA
•20% - Random
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Applicants with the highest ranking will be notified
by mail 4-6 weeks after the close of the application
period
No “Wait List” is maintained
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Only the students having admission requirements completed with a 2.5
GPA by the application deadline will be considered for selection.
The Registered Nursing Program is now using a Multi Selection Criteria
and Ranking process for student selection. Please refer to the Admission
Criteria information on the next slide as well as posted on the Nursing and
Allied Health Website.
Applicants with the highest ranking will be notified by mail 4-6 weeks
after the close of the application period. Admission will be offered to the
highest ranking applicants whose documentation supports information
provided in the application.
No “Wait List” is maintained
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CPR Card – American Heart Association Health Care Provider
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VN Program also requires a First Aid.
Physical Exam Clearance and Vaccination History/Titers
Background Check Clearance
FOR RN PROGRAM ONLY: Provisional applicants will be given
the ATI Diagnostic Assessment Tool (TEAS – Test of Essential
Academic Skills – Math, English, Reading and Science). Passing
score is 67%. The student’s composite score will be added to the
admission criteria ranking for the final Admission Criteria score.
Information and directions for the above requirements will be
included in the provisional acceptance letter.
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The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is an assessment tool administered
to RN Program applicants. It is an assessment of Math, English, Reading and
Science knowledge and requires a cumulative passing score of 67%.
Effective with the Mt San Jacinto College nursing program’s new selection criteria,
this test will be given to the applicants who are notified of provisional acceptance
based upon their points in the Multi Selection Criteria Process. The results of the
TEAS test will be added to the accumulated points for final review for program
selection.
Students who do not achieve 67% on the first testing will be invited to a success
strategies session and then be eligible to retake the Teas. MSJC does not accept a
passing score beyond two (2) attempts. For prospective students, this policy means
if you have taken the TEAS more that two times, with a failing score (less than
67%), you are ineligible for the Mt. San Jacinto Nursing Program.
Students who have previously taken the TEAS test and have successfully passed
should request their scores to be electronically transmitted to Mt. San Jacinto
College by contacting www.atitesting.com.
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VOCATIONAL NURSING (full-time) CERTIFICATE
VOCATIONAL NURSING (part-time) CERTIFICATE
LVN to RN TRANSITION ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
DEGREE
LVN to RN TRANSITION 30 UNIT OPTION
REGISTERED NURSING ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE
***Please follow up with a Counselor to review the following
Educational Plans
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This presentation has given you a basic overview of
the information required to access Mt. San Jacinto
College Nursing Programs.
For further information/clarification review the
Nursing Information Brochure for the specific
program of interest found on this website.
http://www.msjc.edu/alliedhealth
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San Jacinto Campus (SJC)
Counseling Center
1499 N. State Street
San Jacinto, CA 92583
Phone: (951) 487-3255
FAX: (951) 654-3945
Menifee Valley Campus (MVC)
Counseling Center
28237 La Piedra Rd.
Menifee, CA 92584
Phone: (951) 639-5255
FAX: (951) 672-9368
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Temecula Education Complex (TEC)
Counseling Center
27447 and 27463 Enterprise Circle West
Temecula, CA 92590
Phone: (951) 308-1059 ext. 6300
FAX: (951) 693-5309
San Gorgonio Pass Service Center
Counseling Center
1735 West Ramsey Street, Suite 111
Banning, CA 92220
Phone: (951) 922-1327

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