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Nursing – Associate Degree with a Practical Nursing Exit Point

Associate of Applied Science│2 Years│68 Credits│Fond du Lac, Beaver Dam, West Bend│Eligible for Financial Aid

WI Median Salary for Recent Graduates: $58,027

Pursue your passion for helping people and health care—become an LPN or RN with an associate degree in Nursing from Moraine Park Technical College.  

  • This program requires all students to train at off-site agencies – external to the College. As such, students must remain compliant with both the criminal background and healthcare requirements. Falling out of compliance may prevent students from progressing in or result in administrative removal from the program.
  • Health requirements are subject to change based on external agency requirements.
  • A full list of health requirements for this program is available from your academic advisor or by contacting the Student Health Record Representative at drhoads1@morainepark.edu.

Moraine Park’s Nursing—Associate Degree with a Practical Nursing Exit Point program prepares graduates for careers as licensed practical nurses (LPN) or registered nurses (RN) through hands-on classroom instruction, laboratory practice and clinical nursing experiences.

The MPTC Nursing program is designed so students can complete the first two semesters, take the Practical Nursing National Council Licensure Examination, and seek employment as LPNs. Students can also complete the full four semesters, earn an associate degree in Nursing (ADN), take the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses and apply for employment as RNs.

What You’ll Learn

Moraine Park’s Nursing program prepares students for entry-level careers in the health care industry, giving you knowledge and skills to provide patient-centered care with integrity, use social, mathematical, physical sciences, pharmacology and pathophysiology in clinical decision making, use new technology to manage data and improve patient care, and more.

Program Outcomes

  • Integrate professional nursing identity reflecting integrity, responsibility, and nursing standards.
  • Communicate comprehensive information using multiple sources in nursing practice.
  • Integrate theoretical knowledge to support decision-making.
  • Integrate the nursing process into patient care across diverse populations.
  • Function as a healthcare team member to provide safe and effective care.
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