The Nursing program at Peninsula College prepares students with a keen scientific mind, a solid social sciences foundation, and focused attention to detail for a rewarding and challenging career. Nursing is exciting career for people highly skilled in the sciences and who want to help others. Nurses work in a variety of settings and have the flexibility to work almost anywhere in the United States and abroad, making nursing both a flexible and secure career choice.
The goal of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to provide an organized curriculum, which prepares a student to:
- Receive an Associate in Nursing DTA/MRP degree
- Obtain a registered nurse license after passing the licensure exam
- Function in the role as a novice registered nurse
How to Apply
If you’re serious about applying to the Nursing program at Peninsula College, please visit the below link:
At this time we are unable accommodate advanced placement of LPN-RN students due to space availability and DTA/MRP curriculum changes. LPNs are welcome to apply with other applicants as non-advanced placement candidates, and would start at the beginning of the program. Application requirements are the same for all candidates.
Bachelor of Science degree, Nursing
An articulation agreement is in place between Peninsula College and the University of Washington-Bothell and Tacoma, as well as Olympic College to provide a seamless transition for RNs to continue coursework and earn the Bachelor of Science degree, Nursing. It is a good idea to prepare in advance by taking any bachelor’s prerequisites as time allows.
Members of the public are invited by the NLN CNEA to provide comment on Peninsula College's associate degree nursing program during the onsite accreditation visit. The meeting will be held February 27, 2018 from 8:45 am until 9:45 am in room K218 in the Allied Health and Early Childhood Education Building. For more information contact Alana Murphy, director of the PC Nursing Program at email@example.com
The mission of the Nursing Department is to provide a quality nursing education program whose graduates help meet the health care needs of the community.
- Holistically assess the biopsychosocial-spiritual-cultural dynamic needs of the client.
- Use evidence based information and the nursing process to critically think and make clinical judgments and management decisions to ensure accurate and safe care.
- Demonstrate holistic caring behavior towards the client, significant support person(s), peers, and other members of the health care team.
- Provide accurate and safe nursing care in diverse settings.
- Provide teaching based on individualized teaching plan.
- Organizes and manages the holistic care of clients.
- Work cooperatively with others in the decision-making process to achieve client and organizational outcomes.
- Utilize appropriate verbal and written channels of communication to achieve positive client outcomes.
- Practice within the ethical, legal and regulatory frameworks of nursing and standards and scope of nursing practice.
Gainful Employment (GE) is a federal reporting and disclosure requirement for programs that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. This information is provided in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education Gainful Employment Programs Disclosure regulations. Information will be regularly updated as new data becomes available.