Nursing

Nursing

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

Offered through Health Sciences

@ Florissant Valley | Forest Park | Meramec

This program prepares students to become registered nurses. Students learn to provide direct care for clients that is based on the nursing process. Students acquire knowledge and technical skills necessary for effective communication with clients and families. They learn management, organizational and delegation skills necessary to provide competent care to a group of clients. Healthcare teaching is emphasized as a critical aspect of the communication process. The didactic and clinical components of the curriculum are interrelated to provide a strong background for the student in attaining the objectives of the programs and in becoming a competent practitioner. Experience is provided in a variety of agencies including hospitals, nursing homes, clinics and home health care settings.

Required Courses

Please see an academic advisor regarding changes in nursing admission requirements.

 
Nursing Advising Checklist

The recommended academic plan blends general education requirements with options for areas of concentration to ensure students get the most out of their certificate or degree. 

Nursing Program Handbook  (1.5 MB)

Practice Dosage Calculation Test

Dosage Calculation Self-Guided Tutorial

Bachelor Degree Completion Programs

St. Louis Community College has developed strong partnerships with surrounding universities that provide students with the opportunity to enroll at STLCC and the university simultaneously. This dual admission program makes it possible for students to be jointly admitted to both institutions. It provides nursing students at STLCC with the opportunity to seamlessly complete a bachelor's degree through the university and provides students with access to resources at both institutions.  

STLCC and University of Missouri - St. Louis Nursing Dual Admission Program

STLCC and Webster University Nursing Dual Admission Program

LPN Bridge

LPN Bridge is a course for LPN’s to allow them to bridge into an associate degree in the nursing program. Because LPN’s already have some of the same content that is covered in the first year (the first two semesters) of the 4-semester nursing program, the LPN Bridge course was developed to “bridge” or to cover the content from the first year of the program that LPN’s have not had. Students take one bridge course, NUR:160, and then they enter the third semester and finish along with the regular nursing students.

Nursing Advising Checklist LPN Bridge


 

Faculty and Staff

Florissant Valley
Donna Wallner | dwallner@stlcc.edu | 314-513-4236

Forest Park
Esther Otto | eotto@stlcc.edu | 314-644-9572

Meramec
Cindy Hartwig | chartwig@stlcc.edu | 314-984-7285


 

Program Outcome #1 - NCLEX Pass Rates

 

National

Missouri Florissant Valley Forest Park Meramec District
2016 84.57 85.50 95.24 87.50 94.03 91.67
2017 87.11 88.70 95.65 83.33 86.96 86.84
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Program Outcome #2 - Retention Rates

  Florissant Valley Forest Park Meramec
2016 57.4 36.95 62.85
2017 49.0 44.59 76.25
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Program Outcome #3 - Job Placement Rates

  District
2014-2015 77
2015-2016 91
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Students

More than one million students have attended STLCC. It’s the largest institute of higher education in the region and the second largest in Missouri.

Hands on Experience

Experience is provided in a variety of clinical environments, including hospitals, nursing homes, clinics and home health care settings.

Employment Outlook

Employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 15 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. Growth will occur for a number of reasons, including an increased emphasis on preventive care; growing rates of chronic conditions, such as diabetes and obesity; and demand for healthcare services from the baby-boom population, as they live longer and more active lives.

Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Registered Nurses.

Contact Us

Hours for all campuses: Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–7 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
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