The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) at Long Beach City College seeks students who are interested in helping others who are physically and emotionally capable of meeting the challenge of this exciting career.
IS NURSING FOR ME?
Men and women of all ages who desire an active and socially valuable vocation should consider a nursing career. Nursing offers a wide range of jobs with good potential for advancement.
An Associate Degree Nursing Student:
- Earns an Associate of Science degree in 2 years
- Attends classes during the day with day and evening clinical rotations
- Has classroom instruction at the Liberal Arts Campus
- Receives instruction from a highly qualified faculty
- Pay the same fee as other students at the college
- May participate fully in LBCC academic and social life.
An Associate Degree Nurse Graduate will be Prepared:
- To take the National Licensing Examination
- For entry into nursing practice
- For entry into higher educational degree programs in nursing
ADN Graduates are hired by:
Local health care agencies including:
- Bellflower Medical Center
- Doctors of Lakewood
- Lakewood Regional Medical Center
- Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
- Pacific Hospital
- St. Mary Medical Center
- Torrance Memorial Medical Center
- Veteran's Administration Hospital of Long Beach
- and renowned health care facilities nationwide
How can I get more information?
Attend an information session conducted by the Program Director. Please click on link ADN Program information meetings to verify the time and date.
Effective Spring 2009 all provisionally accepted applicants will be required to take the TEAS examination and score a minimum of 62
Student Services Offered:
Long Beach City College offers a full range of services including financial aid, counseling, child care, tutoring, career planning, parking and access to bus by both campuses.
Please visit the LBCC Student Services Website for more information.