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The Associate of Applied Science-Allied Health Concentration is a career path for persons who have completed the following certificate programs: Dental Assisting, Medical Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Surgical Technology and Vocational Nursing. The 60 credit hour degrees for these programs are designed for health science professionals in these areas to meet continuing education goals and to attain possible promotion from entry-level to advanced level clinical posts.
The Vocational Nursing program prepares the graduate to perform specific nursing duties under the supervision of a registered nurse, advanced practice registered nurse, physician's assistant, physician, podiatrist, or dentist. Responsibilities include direct patient care in acute-care settings, community health agencies, nursing homes, and other healthcare institutions. The following courses VNSG 1216 - Nutrition, VNSG 1320 - Anatomy & Physiology for Allied Health are prerequisites for admission to the Vocational Nursing - Certificate program. Total Credits Prerequisite Semester = 5.
The following courses ENGL 1301 (3 credits), BIOL 2301 (3 credits), BIOL 2101 (1 credit), PSYC 2301 (3 credits), and BIOL 2320 (3 credits), BIOL 2120 (1 credit) are required before admission to the Nursing-AAS program. These courses are included on the degree plan as a prerequisite semester. 14 credits total.
HCC offers an optional route to the AAS Nursing Degree via the LVN-to-RN transition program. To apply for the program, students must have graduated from an accredited LVN program and meet all requirements for entry into the AAS Nursing program including criminal background checks. Students must demonstrate evidence of one of the following: six months recent (within one year) full-time clinical practice or one year recent (within one year) part-time clinical practice, and recently completed a nursing refresher course (within one year).