Explore Academic Programs - Nursing

CTC’s Nursing programs prepare students with the knowledge, skills and hands-on training to work in a variety of settings including hospitals, physicians’ offices, home health care services and nursing care facilities. With experienced faculty, state-of-the-art equipment and a simulation hospital, students are exposed to many avenues of learning. Our courses are offered in a lecture, online and blended format and includes hands-on patient care led by dedicated clinical faculty. CTC also provides the foundation to further your nursing education into advanced degrees that can propel you into the profession as advanced practice nurses, nurse practitioners, educators, clinical specialists and certified nurse anesthetists among others.

As a registered nurse (RN), you will provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public and provide guidance and emotional support to patients and their family members. As a licensed vocational nurse (LVN), you will provide basic nursing care and work alongside registered nurses and doctors.

Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

Registered nurse

Potential Earnings: $66,200 annually

Market Growth Rate: 20 % faster than all other occupations

Licensed vocational nurse

Potential Earnings: $43,000 annually

Market Growth Rate: 20 % faster than other occupations

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Degrees and Certificates

The CTC Department of Health Sciences program offers an Associate Degree Nurse (ADN) program, a Vocational Nurse (LVN) certificate and a nursing option for Articulating students (LVN/Paramedic) program. Each program offers students the unique opportunities as a licensed healthcare professional to work in a variety of settings globally.

Information for prospective students can be found for each program on the Department of Health Sciences website. The website also includes additional admissions information, contact numbers, program accreditation and student services.

Degrees & Certificates Delivery Mode
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Associate Degree Nurse  ADN (AAS)
60 credits, five semesters full time plus pre-requisite courses
 Central Campus Day 
Nursing Option for Articulating Student (AAS)
60 credits, five semesters full time plus pre-requisite courses
 Central Campus Day 
Nursing - Prospective ADN Student  (CC)
27 credits, 2 semesters full-time
 Central Campus Day
Nursing - Prospective Articulating Student (CC)
29 credits, 2 semesters full-time plus other requirements
 Central Campus Day
Vocational Nursing (Fall) (CC)
42 credit hours, three semesters full time
 Central Campus Day 
Course Descriptions

Contact the Department

For more information about this program visit

 Department Health Sciences


Nursing program contacts:

Admissions/Registration questions - Central Campus:

Department Email:


Associate Degree Nursing Clerk:
Phone: 254-526-1265

Vocational Nursing Clerk:
Phone: 254-526-1890

Office Assistant II:

Carmen Victoroff
Phone: 254-526-1150