Limited to Space Availability in Level III of the ADN Program
The LPN to ADN Bridge Course is designed to enhance the knowledge learned in the Practical Nursing program and make the transition into Level III of the ADN program. This course focuses on the fundamentals, the theory and practice of medical-surgical nursing, and the role of the nurse as provider of care, manager of care, and a member within the discipline of nursing.
Selection of applicants is made by the ADN admission committee using a competitive selection process based on which includes College GPA, ACT score, and NLN PAX-RN score. Preferential consideration is given to in-district residents (Forrest, Hancock, Jeff Davis, Lamar, Marion and Pearl River counties), followed by out-of-district residents, then out-of-state residents. ADN applicant or LPN to ADN applicant must have the following documents on file in the nursing admissions office by March 1 for consideration for the Fall semester or by October 1 for the Spring semester. Applications are to be dropped off in the application drop box at the front of the nursing building. Letters of acceptance/declination will be sent after class selection has been made. Acceptance is based on space availability.
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