Students have the choice of a full-time or part-time option.
Having a criminal history does not automatically preclude you from entry but your selection is dependent upon the charge, age of the offense and final disposition. Students will eligibility issues related to a criminal offense must submit a Declaratory Order with the Texas Board of Nursing.
All Declaratory Orders must be complete before enrollment in any Hill College nursing program. You may only exclude Class C misdemeanor traffic violations or offenses previously disclosed to the Texas Board of Nursing on an initial licensure or renewal application.
Expunged and Sealed Offenses: While expunged or sealed offenses, arrests, tickets, or citations need not be disclosed, it is your responsibility to ensure the offense, arrest, ticket or citation has, in fact, been expunged or sealed. It is recommended that you submit a copy of the Court Order expunging or sealing the record in question to our office with your application.
Failure to reveal an offense, arrest, ticket, or citation that is not in fact expunged or sealed may subject your license to a disciplinary order and fine. Non-disclosure of relevant offenses raises questions related to truthfulness and character.
However, a criminal matter that is the subject of an order of non- disclosure may become a character and fitness issue. If the Board discovers a criminal matter that is the subject of an order of non-disclosure, even if you properly did not reveal that matter, the Board may require you to provide information about any conduct that raises issues of character and fitness.
The term does not include acts of medical diagnosis or the prescription of therapeutic or corrective measures. The RN takes responsibility and accepts accountability for practicing within the legal scope of practice and is prepared to work in all health care settings, and may engage in independent nursing practice without supervision by another health care provider.
The RN, with a focus on patient safety, is required to function within the parameters of the legal scope of practice and in accordance with the federal, state, and local laws; rules and regulations; and policies, procedures and guidelines of the employing health care institution or practice setting.
The RN is responsible for providing safe, compassionate, and comprehensive nursing care to patients and their families with complex healthcare needs.The LVN Transition to ADN is an advanced placement option in the ADN Program for licensed vocational nurses (LVN). This LVN to RN option can be completed in 3 semesters after program admission.
Admission to the Transition option is twice per year (starting with the Spring 16 semester, admission will be in the Fall and Spring semesters).
Learn lpn to rn transition with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of lpn to rn transition flashcards on Quizlet. The first course, RNSG Transition from Vocational to Professional Nursing, is a week nursing course designed to evaluate the selected LVN's theory base in nursing content and skills as well as introduce nursing theory not presented in the traditional vocational nursing curricula.
LVN to RN Transition Program The ADN Nursing program offers a revised 12 month LVN to RN Transition Program. This program is an accelerated program that reduces the number of clinical hours while including the same didactic courses as the generic program.
Our LVN to ADN transition program is an accelerated program of study for licensed LVNs. Graduates will be awarded an Associate of Applied Science degree and are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
Transition programs can be titled “LPN to RN” programs, “Bridge” programs, or “LPN Transition,” and normally include courses in nursing theory, nursing science, professional nurse practice, and .