The academic program in professional nursing is fully described in the Clinton Community College Catalog. The program is fully registered by the University of the State of New York Board of Regents. The program of study in professional nursing is tightly organized and sequential. Students must follow the prescribed course sequencing published in the handbook and the college catalog. Students may earn course credit by enrollment, transfer or advanced placement according to college and Nursing Program policy. Your academic advisor will help you register for each semester. Students desiring transfer credit for previous college work must follow the procedures as defined in the College Catalog.
SUNY Clinton Community College Nursing's curriculum and its program of study meets the educational requirements by the Board of Regents in New York State to award an Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) with a major in nursing. Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN exam for Registered Nurse licensure in New York. Other states may have different educational requirements for program completion and licensure requirements. SUNY Clinton Community College has not made a determination of whether the curriculum meets the educational requirements for professional nursing licensure in states other than in New York. If seeking licensure in a state other than New York, please review the requirement of that State's Board of Nursing. To search a particular State's Board of Nursing, please visit: https://www.ncsbn.org/contact-bon.htm
Educating students to integrate the science and caring art of nursing, while providing safe, quality, patient-centered care, and utilizing evidence-based practice, teamwork and technology.
- greater than or equal to 55% of students registered in NUR103 after the date of record complete the program within 3 years.
- greater than or equal to 80% of nursing graduates responding to the survey will report being adequately prepared for the role of an entry level RN.
- greater than or equal to 85% of graduates responding to the survey will agree they met the Graduate Learning Outcomes.
- greater than or equal to 80% of graduates responding to the survey or via informal contact, seeking employment as RNs will be employed within nine months.
- greater than or equal to 85% of employers responding to the survey agree that graduates met GLO's.
- greater than or equal to 85% of employers will report CCC graduates are able to function as a safe entry level nurse.
- performance of CCC nursing graduates on the NCLEX-RN will meet or exceed national pass rates.
In order to remain in the program, students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and achieve a C or better in all nursing curriculum courses. The 1 credit elective required for this curriculum may be completed in any semester. Eligible electives are: SPA110-Spanish for the Healthcare Provider, or any HPE Activity Course.
Minimum Degree Requirements (63 credits)
English (3 Credits)
|ENG 101||English Composition|
Nursing (38 credits)
|NUR 103||Fundamentals of Nursing|
|NUR 104||Medical Surgical Nursing I|
|NUR 105||Maternal/Child Nursing|
|NUR 201||Medical Surgical Nursing II|
|NUR 202||Mental Health Nursing|
|NUR 203||Medical Surgical Nursing III|
|NUR 204||Pharmacology for Nurses|
Social and Behavioral Sciences (9 Credits)
|PSY 101||Introduction to Psychology|
|PSY 230||Human Development|
|SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology|
Science (12 Credits)
|BIO 228||Anatomy & Physiology I|
|BIO 229||Anatomy & Physiology II|
Electives (1 Credits)
HPE Activity Course or
The Clinton Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program prepares graduates who will:
- consistently analyze and apply standards of nursing practice in functioning with integrity as a safe entry level nurse.
- examine and utilize caring behaviors in providing holistic care for diverse populations.
- communicate effectively and/or therapeutically with patients, families, and other members of the health care team.
- utilize self awareness in the development of professional identity and demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning.
- apply acquired critical reasoning skills to develop, implement, and evaluate a nursing plan of care.
Some popular career options are:
- Charge Nurse
- Wound Care Nurse
- Nursing Director of Operations
- IV Therapist
- Med-Surg Nurse Certified