Virtual/Hybrid Associate Degree Nursing Accelerated Admissions Option
The one-year ADN Accelerated Admissions Option is available in Moberly, Kirksville and Mexico, Missouri. Articulation between nursing education programs facilitates the education of nurses with the advanced preparation necessary to meet current and future nursing needs. The advanced placement of licensed practical nurses is an accelerated admissions option to the ADN program that builds on the basic practical nursing education program. This program is offered in a combination of face-to-face, virtual, and online delivery methods that combines the benefits of a web-based, real time instructional delivery platform that brings the education to the students at one of our off-campus locations, along with the benefits of hands on classroom/lab experiences, face to face faculty engagement, experience with state of the art simulation equipment and real-life clinical experiences, all in the students' local community.
|Required Pre-Entry Courses
(23 hours required for acceptance)
| The following are courses that may be taken to meet
the remainder of the 23 required credit hours of coursework.
| MTH140 or
|3|| MTH140 or
|Second Semester (Spring)
|Third Semester (Fall)
| HST105 or
|Total Hours for Degree||75***|
*Physiology and Microbiology must be repeated if completed five years or more before the first nursing course date of the program.
**If math placement scores are below the minimum score needed to enroll in MTH142 Quantitative Reasoning, applicant must have completed all developmental coursework including MTH100 Intermediate Algebra or MTH042 Quantitative Corequisite prior to admission into the AADN program. If math placement scores are above the minimum score needed, MTH140 Precalculus Algebra or MTH142 Quantitative Reasoning may be completed within the program.
***Fundamentals of Nursing advanced standing- (6 credit hours will be awarded after successful completion of Adult Nursing I). The credit is granted based on licensure status of the Practical Nurse. Licensure signifies that the person is competent to practice safe, fundamental care.
***Medication Administration advanced standing of 1 credit hour will be awarded after completion of Adult Health Nursing. Maternal-Child Nursing advanced standing – (4 credit hours will be awarded upon successful completion of the NLN Challenge Exam and subsequent completion of Maternal Child Nursing Studies).
***Students must earn a letter grade of "C" or above in all required courses which are part of the AADN curriculum.
^Please refer to the college catalog and course descriptions for pre/co-requisite and placement information. You can only register for these courses if you have met the prerequisite, placed into the course and/or enroll in the co-requisite course(s).