LPN to RN Option 2 Transition (Evening)
High School diploma or the equivalent
Must take QCCs math and English assessment tests to demonstrate
competency at the level of MAT 100 and ENG 101 or higher
One year of high school AP biology with a C+ or better
Graduation from an approved Practical Nursing program and current PN
** must meet with EBE office to credential NUR 111 and NUR 112 credits
prior to registering into NUR 211
Advanced placement students considered individually
Graduates of the Associate Degree in Nursing program are
eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN exam and/or transfer to a four-year
Under an Articulation Agreement with Assabet Valley Regional Vocational
Program (AVRVP) and QCC PNP, LPNs who have graduated from this program within
five years, may apply for Advanced Placement into Nursing III.
The candidate must fulfill the following:
Satisfy admission requirements to the Associate Degree program.
Successfully complete all Corequisites for Nursing I prior to admission.
Corequisites for Nursing II can be taken with Transition II.
Successfully complete (with a grade of C or higher) a one credit (NUR 101)
and two credit (NUR 102) Transition course.
Note: A CORI (Criminal Offenders Record Information) report and a SORI (Sexual
Offenders Records Information) are required of all students accepted into the
program each semester. Students should be aware that a court record might
prevent them from sitting for the NCLX examination and attending some clinical
Nursing Transition I
Anatomy & Physiology II
Nursing Transition II
Survey of Life Span Development: Conception to Death
English Composition & Literature II
Introductory Sociology (Principles) or
Social Problems & Social Change
Current Concepts in Nursing & Health Care