Associate in Nursing Major
Ohio University offers an accredited, two-year associates degree program in nursing (ADN), which combines coursework and clinical experiences in contemporary health care environments. Following successful completion of the associate of applied science degree, the student will be eligible to submit an application to the applicable board of nursing/regulatory body and be eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Nurses (RN). Students in the second year of the Ohio University associate degree in nursing program may be eligible for dual enrollment in the Ohio University online RN to BSN program.
Ohio University also offers an LPN to RN track for licensed practical nurses (LPNs) desiring to obtain an associate degree in nursing and become eligible to submit an application to the applicable board of nursing/regulatory body and be eligible to to take the NCLEX for Registered Nurses (RN).
Graduates with an associate degree in nursing work in a variety of settings. Some of these include hospital-based medical centers, clinics, long-term nursing facilities, and private practice.
The ADN program and the LPN to RN track are offered at Chillicothe, Southern, and Zanesville. Please contact your campus office if you have questions (please see contact information above).
Opportunities Upon Graduation
After graduation, graduates are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for registered nursing licensure.
The academic catalog provides additional information about curriculum and courses for this major.
Degree: Associate in Applied Science
College of Health Sciences and Professions
School of Nursing
Grover Center E317
For more information, contact your campus School of Nursing:
Please request application information regarding admission as a student using the form below.