Nursing (AAS–T) Program Overview
The Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADN) offers an associate of applied science–transfer (AAS–T) degree with a two–year curriculum designed to prepare registered nurses for the workforce. The program includes skills lab, nursing theory, clinical practice and general education courses.
New students are accepted into the six–quarter program each fall and winter. Students are accepted on a first–come, first–served basis, after completion of all admission requirements. Applications are accepted in April and September. Opening dates and times will be posted before each application period.
For specific information on application requirements, please refer to the Associate Degree Nursing Program Information Packet. If you have any questions not answered by the Program Information Packet, you may inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 206.934.4123.
Mandatory Information Sessions
Information sessions are conducted each quarter so interested students can learn more about the program. Students must attend an Information Session before applying to the program, preferably before seeking advising or starting prerequisites. Please visit our Info Sessions page for dates and times.
Associate of Applied Science (AAS–T) Degree, 108 Credits (45 prerequisite credits; 63 in major)
- Prepares students to take the National Council of State Boards of Nursing Examination (NCLEX–RN) and apply for a license as a registered nurse in Washington State.
- Students can begin the Nursing program in fall and winter quarter only; work on prerequisites can begin any quarter. This program has strict application deadlines and admission procedures.
- The Nursing program might be a good fit for you if you enjoy science, like helping people and working as part of a team, and have good communication skills.
- Areas of study include chemistry, anatomy & physiology, microbiology, nutrition, pharmacology and a wide array of courses in nursing practice.
- Note: The educational environment contains multiple latex products and exposure to potential blood borne pathogens. Current infection control standards are taught in the program.
Registered nurses generally work in hospitals, skilled nursing care facilities, community health clinics, physicians' offices or with agencies to provide in–home healthcare.
Program Approval & Accreditations
The program is approved by the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission, 310 Israel Rd., Tumwater, WA 98501.
In addition, the program holds conditional accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (Formerly NLNAC, National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc.)
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc.
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Program Contact Information
Seattle Central Health Education Center at Pacific Tower
1200 12th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144