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Welcome to the Associate Degree Nursing Program - Two Year Program
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The Associate Degree Nursing Program at Laredo College (LC) is a two year program leading to an Associate in Applied Science Degree.

The Two Year Program trains and prepares students to provide direct patient care in numerous settings.

  

Program Mission

The mission of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to prepare individuals to become competent and safe professional nurses by providing quality nursing education with a commitment to educational excellence and promotion of student success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING DATA


 

 20212020201920182017

National Council Licensure Examination RN (Registered Nurse)

 97.92% (47/48)

100%  (33/33)

100%
(26/26)
100%
(42/42)

100% (38/38)  

Nursing Program Graduates

48332642

38

Graduates Obtaining a job

100%100%100%100%

100%

Completion Rates

 85.7%

 (48/56)

66%

(33/50)

45%

(26/58) 

69%

 (42/61)

59% 

 (38/64)

 

*27 ADN students completed the Exit Survey.

 

59.26% of students ranked the ADN Program at Laredo College as excellent and 40.74% of students ranked the ADN Program as good in 2022; totaling 100%.

 

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • 100% of students felt prepared in planning and improving patient-centered care by collaborating and communicating with patients, their families, and the interdisciplinary health care team to implement evidenced based practices.
  • 96.30% of students felt prepared in evaluating and creating opportunities for patient and family teachings that focus on the needs and preference of the individual and their family to include health promotion, maintenance, and restoration.
  • 100% of students felt prepared to simulate and justify accountability nursing care while functioning within the legal/ethical scope of practiceconsistent with the state and national regulations.
  • 100% of students felt prepared to evaluate and prepare for safe, compassionate nursing care using the nursing process which is achieved through critical thinking and problem solving.
  • 100% of students felt prepared to evaluate and improve patient outcomes and responses to therapeutic interventions to include pharmacological principles of safety.
  • 92.59% of students felt prepared to infer and prioritize the physiological, psychosocial, and developmental needs and preferences of culturally, ethically, and socially diverse patients and their families.
  • 100% of students felt prepared to determine, assemble evidence and report actual and potential unsafe practices to promote safety in the individual and family environment by following professional standards of nursing practice.

 

 

   

Associate Degree Nursing Program

South Campus

College Of Health Sciences  
Laredo College
5500 South Zapata Hwy  
Laredo, Texas 78040

 

Ph: 956-721-5252

Fax: 956-794-4507

nursingdepartment@laredo.edu