Prerequisites required for admission to the Hartnell College Registered Nursing Program

  1. BIO 5/ Human Anatomy 
  2. BIO 6/ Introductory Physiology 
  3. BIO 6L/ Physiology Laboratory
  4. BIO 27/ Principles of Microbiology 
  5. PSY 2/ General Psychology
  6. ENG 1A/ College Composition and Reading 
  7. MAT 123/ Intermediate Algebra or higher
  8. ANT 2/ Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (does not need to be completed at time of application)
  9. COM 1/ Introduction to Public Speaking OR COM 3/ Survey of Human Communicatio n (does not need to be completed at time of application)
  10. Ethnic Groups in the U.S. course, see current catalog for courses  (does not need to be completed at time of application)

It is required that all prerequisites be completed before applying to the program. In progress courses will be not be considered. We recommend that you meet with a Hartnell Nursing and Allied Health counselor to review your academic plan. To comply with federal, state and local regulations for health care providers, students accepted to the Hartnell College Nursing program are required to meet all current Allied Health Programs clinical compliance requirements according to program guidelines; including health screening, vaccination and drug testing requirements, and provide documentation thereof. Students are also required to complete a criminal background check. Information will be provided at orientation which all incoming students are required to attend.

Applications are closed. Applications for the Associate of Science Degree in Registered Nursing open Fall 2019 for the the 2020/2021 academic year.

ADN Multi-criterion Screening Worksheet

Student Support Program(s) Verification Form

Prerequisites required for admission to the Hartnell College VN to RN Placement Program

 

  1. Current LVN License
  2. BIO 5/ Human Anatomy 
  3. BIO 6/ Introductory Physiology 
  4. BIO 6L/ Physiology Laboratory
  5. BIO 27/ Principles of Microbiology 
  6. PSY 2/ General Psychology
  7. ENG 1A/ College Composition and Reading 
  8. MAT 123/ Intermediate Algebra or higher
  9. ANT 2/ Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (does not need to be completed at time of application)
  10. COM 1/ Introduction to Public Speaking OR COM 3/ Survey of Human Communicatio n (does not need to be completed at time of application)
  11. Ethnic Groups in the U.S. course,  see current catalog for courses  (does not need to be completed at time of application)

ADN Multi-criterion Screening Worksheet

Student Support Program(s) Verification Form

Applications for the LVN to RN Placement Program open Fall 2019 for the 2020/2021 academic year.

Students Happily in the RN Program  

Program Description
The Hartnell College Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program is a defined group of pre-requisite and co-requisite courses. The 4-semester course of study consists of classroom, high-fidelity simulation, nursing skills laboratory, seminar, interprofessional, and clinical experiences. Upon successful completion of program requirements, graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). After passing the licensure examination, graduates may practice as registered nurses in a variety of acute and community-based settings. Graduates demonstrate the comportment of a professional nurse committed to competence, caring, collaboration, and curiosity, while providing safe, quality nursing care to diverse individuals in various care settings while acting as a leader in the healthcare profession. The Hartnell College ADN Program is fully approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) and is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the Associate Degree Nursing Program, a student will: 
  1. incorporate leadership, management, and legal-ethical principles to guide practice as a professional nurse.
  2. participate in collaborative relationships through communication with members of the interprofessional healthcare team for the purpose of providing and improving patient care.
  3. provide competent, evidence-based nursing care to diverse individuals across the lifespan in a variety of health care settings.
  4. employ a spirit of inquiry to effectively communicate, manage knowledge, prevent errors and support decision-making.

Nursing and Allied Health 2018-2019 Student Handbook

Nursing and Allied Health 2018-2019 Policy and Procedure Manual

Who To Contact

  •  
    Assistant Director, RN Program
  • Catalina Gonzalez
    Administrative Assistant I
    cgonzale@hartnell.edu
    Phone: 831-770-6146
    Building: B - Student Services
    Office: B223
    B - Student Services
  • Belinda Saechao-Jimmeye, MPH
    Program Assistant II
    bsaechao@hartnell.edu
    Phone: 831-770-6148
    Building: B - Student Services
    Office: B217
    B - Student Services

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