1 See your Career Program Advisor to help you get in the right classes. Nursing, Advanced Standing Track Associate in Science Degree Set Yourself Up for a Great Career Like the rest of the country, Florida is experiencing a shortage of skilled registered nurses. This shortage presents a tremendous opportunity for nursing graduates. They are eagerly recruited, and typically earn starting salaries of $35,000 and up. Valencia is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), and is prepared to help you connect directly to current situations that nurses face today. This Advanced Standing Track program offers an online curriculum that is combined with clinical experiences in local healthcare facilities. It is designed for individuals who currently hold a Florida State License in Practical Nursing, Paramedic, Respiratory Therapy, or Cardiovascular Technology. This previous education is counted toward an Associate of Science degree in Nursing, saving students both time and money. For these individuals, a nursing degree can provide an opportunity to go into a wider range of careers, or to pursue higher levels of education. Potential Careers Registered Nurse Potential Earnings For salary and wage information, visit: Contacts Health Sciences Career Program Advisor West Campus: For more information, visit our Web site at: valenciacollege.edu/west/health A.S. to Bachelor s Degree Career Path For those who are interested in continuing their education, there are several options available. Valencia s Nursing A.S. to B.S. Articulated degree will transfer into UCF s Bachelor s in Science degree in Nursing (B.S.N.), as well as other state universities who offer the BSN degree. It will also transfer into UCF s Bachelor s in Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree at UCF s regional campuses. For more information about the B.A.S. degree, visit: regionalcampuses.ucf.edu/program/applied-science. Notes: This option is designed for LPN s (Licensed Practical Nurses), Paramedics, RRT s (Registered Respiratory Therapists), and CVT s (Registered Invasive Cardiovascular Technologists) who are working toward an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing. The Nursing program is a selective admission, limited enrollment program. Students must be prepared for rigorous coursework, and must meet all prerequisites before admission into the program. Receive updates about the program and connect with other students at: facebook.com/valenciahealthsciences 2011 Valencia College ASP
2 Drafting Nursing Advanced and Design Standing Technology Track Nursing, Advanced Standing Track Limited-Access This option is designed for LPNs (Licensed Practical Nurses), Paramedics, Registered Invasive Cardiovascular Specialists (CVTs), and RRTs (Registered Respiratory Therapists) who want to earn an A.S. Nursing degree. Some Prerequisite for Admission Courses may be available online. Graduates of this track are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) to become a registered nurse. All theory components of the nursing courses (the courses with the prefix NUR) are offered primarily in an on-line format with course orientation and testing being completed on campus; all nursing courses beyond NUR 1003C have a clinical component to be completed in a Central Florida healthcare facility. The R.N. Advanced Standing Track is a limited-access program. Admission to Valencia does not imply acceptance to the R.N. Advanced Standing Track of the Nursing Program; students must apply and be accepted to the program. General admission procedures for this program are found in the Admission Section of this catalog. The Division of Nursing provides specific information about the admission process to this track. Estimated program expenses are given in the Financial Section of this catalog. Admission requirements that must be satisfied prior to submitting an application to the Advanced Standing Track A.S. Degree Program in Nursing Track are: Review the general admission requirements for Health Sciences programs in the Admissions section of this catalog Submit a completed Valencia Application for Admission; satisfy the requirements for Degree-Seeking Status and be in Active Student Status Satisfy the college entry testing requirements and satisfactorily complete all mandatory courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English, and English for Academic Purposes in which you are placed Have a minimum overall college GPA of 2.5 (including transfer work) Satisfy the designated entrance test requirements for Health Sciences programs Have completed an LPN, Paramedic, CVT or RRT program within the last year or have one year of practice within the five years prior to the date of admission LPNs must provide evidence of current Florida License and must document completion of a Florida Board of Nursing approved IV therapy certification course Paramedics must provide evidence of current certification in Florida and certification as a Nursing Assistant or evidence of equivalent work experience CVTs must provide evidence of completion of a Cardiovascular Technology program, certification as a Nursing Assistant, or evidence of equivalent work experience, completion of an IV Therapy certification and must have passed the examination for the Registered Invasive Cardiovascular Specialist credential Specialized courses may not be offered every session or on every campus. + This course must be completed with a grade of C or better. * This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog. RRTs must provide evidence of current certification in Florida and certification as a Nursing Assistant or evidence of equivalent work experience, and completion of an IV Therapy certification Complete the Nursing Program Prerequisite for Admission Courses with minimum grades of C prior to enrollment in NUR 1003C Submit the completed Valencia Advanced Standing Track Nursing Program application with the application fee prior to the deadline Students are strongly encouraged to consult a Health Sciences advisor for assistance in determining the best education plan for their career goals. Program Outcomes: Communicate effectively. Act professionally. Make clinical decisions. Provide a safe and effective environment. Provide physiological integrity. Provide psychosocial integrity. Promote and maintain health. Advanced Standing Track Curriculum PREREQUISITE FOR ADMISSION COURSES: Course Title Credits +* BSC 2093C Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 +* BSC 2094C Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 +* MCB 2010C Microbiology 4 + PSY 1012 General Psychology 3 +* DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology 3 +* ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I 3 + HUN 2202 Essentials of Nutrition with Diet Therapy 3 + Humanities See Gen. Ed.Requirement 3 Total Prerequisite Credits 27 FIRST TERM Course Title Credits +* NUR 1003C Transition Into Professional Nursing 8 +* NUR 2313C Maternal Child Nursing 4 SECOND TERM Course Title Credits +* NUR 2211C Adult Health Nursing 9 THIRD TERM Course Title Credits +* NUR 2244C Advanced Adult Health Nursing 6 +* NUR 2801C Patient Care Management Practicum 6 Total Nursing Credits 33 Total Degree Credits 60 NOTES: All accepted applicants are required to submit applications through Valencia for a criminal background check and drug testing. Applicants for Valencia s Health Sciences Programs must be free of offenses that would disqualify them from a student clinical experience in a healthcare setting and must have their civil rights intact. This policy is in response to requirements by clinical agencies and state/federal regulations. Specialized program courses are offered on the West Campus; some are offered at the Osceola Campus. General education courses are in bold print in the course listing.
3 Valencia College Program Guide for the Associate in Science Degree in Nursing, Advanced Standing Track ADMISSION CRITERIA and CHECKLIST FOR Check for any admission updates. Application Deadlines: May 15, 2011 for Fall 2011 September 15, 2011 for Spring 2012 January 15, 2012 for Summer 2012 Students are admitted to Valencia s Nursing, Advanced Standing Track (AVS) Program by a selective admission process. The program begins each term and the Health Sciences Admission Committee selects a limited number of students for each term. The admission requirements that must be satisfied prior to submitting an application to the Nursing, AVS Program are: Review the general admission requirements for Health Sciences programs in the Admissions section of the Valencia Catalog and review the Health Sciences Program Guidelines in this Program Guide. Review the Nursing video and program information on the Valencia Nursing Web site at Submit a completed Valencia Application for Admission via Valencia s Web site at and pay the application fee; satisfy the requirements for Degree-Seeking Status, including submission of all official transcripts, and be in Active Student Status. Satisfy the Valencia entry testing requirements and satisfactorily complete all mandatory courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English and English for Academic Purposes in which you are placed. Complete, with a minimum grade of C, the Prerequisites for Admission: BSC 2093C Human Anatomy and Physiology I BSC 2094C Human Anatomy and Physiology II MCB 2010C Microbiology PSY 1012 General Psychology DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology ENC 1101 Freshman Composition *HUN 2202 Essentials of Nutrition with Diet Therapy Any course that meets the General Education Humanities requirement The grade for each course must be posted to your Valencia transcript (prior to application). See the Point System that follows in this Guide. *Students who have completed a college Nutrition course, of two or more credits, that did not include Diet Therapy may request permission in the Health Sciences Advising Office to complete the one-credit HUN 2015 Diet Therapy for Health Care Professionals. 6. Have a minimum overall college GPA of 2.5 including transfer work.
4 7. 8. Complete successfully the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) with scores posted to your Valencia record. The examination fee is the responsibility of the student. Information about the TEAS may be found at TEAS scores may be used for five years. (If you took the Nurse Entrance Test (NET) at Valencia within the past five years and made at least 65% on the Reading and at least 65% on the Overall Composite, you may use your NET scores in place of the TEAS.) Document the possession of a current Practical Nurse license (LPN) in the state of Florida or current certification in the State of Florida as a Paramedic or as a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) or as a Cardiovascular Technologist (CVT). 9. Document completion of an LPN, Paramedic, RRT or CVT program within the last year OR have one year of practice as an LPN, Paramedic, RRT or CVT within the last five years. 10. LPNs, CVTs and RRTs must provide documentation of satisfactory completion of an intravenous therapy course that meets Florida Board of Nursing Rules as outlined in Chapter 64B : Administration of Intravenous Therapy Paramedics, RRTs and CVTs must provide one of the following: a. Documentation verifying completion of an approved Nursing Assistant or Patient Care Technician education program with a required clinical component and verification of Florida certification as a Nurse Assistant or Patient Care Technician OR successful completion of the Florida Certified Nurse Aid Exam. b. Documentation verifying employment as a Certified Nurse Assistant or Patient Care Technician. c. Documentation verifying employment as a Clinical Nurse Technician. d. Documentation verifying military experience delivering direct patient care in an acute care facility. e. Rating of C or above on all five elements on the Assessment of Patient Care Role form included with Program Guide. After completing Numbers 1 11 and prior to the program application deadline, submit a completed Valencia Nursing, Advanced Standing Track Program application, pay the $15 non-refundable Health Sciences program application fee, and submit any required documentation. The application can be found at The current estimated total cost for the Nursing, AVS Program, including tuition, special course fees, and associated expenses such as background check, immunizations, uniforms, and certifications is $9250. This total excludes books.
5 HEALTH SCIENCES PROGRAMS GUIDELINES for ALL LIMITED ACCESS PROGRAMS EXCEPT THE B.S. IN RADIOLOGIC AND IMAGING SCIENCES Valencia s Health Sciences programs are offered through the Divisions of Allied Health and Nursing which provide information about specific admission criteria for the programs. The Health Sciences Program Guides, of which this is one, are developed for a specific academic year (August to July) and, as a rule, changes to admission and program requirements become effective at the start of an academic year; however, Valencia College reserves the right to make changes in admission and program requirements as circumstances require. If a mid-year change becomes necessary, it will be indicated in the information for the specific program on the Valencia Web site at Most programs have an application deadline; some do not. If a program application deadline falls on Saturday, Sunday or a Valencia holiday, the deadline will become the following Valencia business day. Health Sciences program applications are available at To submit an application to a Health Sciences program, you must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. You may apply to a maximum of two limited access Health Sciences programs within a 12-month period; however, enrollment is limited to only one Health Sciences program in a term. A new program application is required if reapplying for admission. Having previously earned a college degree does not grant you an advantage in admission to a Health Sciences program that does not require a degree for admission nor does it exempt you from taking the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) if the TEAS is required for admission to the program. All communication from Valencia relative to program admission will be via your Atlas address. Written communication you initiate with Valencia staff should also be via your Atlas account and should include your full name and your Valencia ID number. BACKGROUND CHECK, DRUG TESTING, IMMUNIZATIONS AND CPR CERTIFICATION The Health Sciences programs include student clinical rotations in external affiliate health care facilities with which Valencia has contracts for student clinicals. The affiliates policies require that students serving in a clinical rotation have their civil rights intact and be free of specific offenses that would disqualify them for a student clinical. Thus, all students accepted to a Health Sciences program are required to submit to a criminal background check and drug testing and provide documentation of specific immunizations and CPR certification following acceptance to a program; the timeframe for meeting these requirements will be provided in the Orientation materials. If you have a positive background check or drug testing, you may be denied enrollment in a Health Sciences program due to the inability to participate in a student clinical. If you have concerns regarding your background, you are encouraged to make contact with the Health Sciences Career Program Advisor. MANDATORY ORIENTATION The mandatory program Orientation for accepted students usually is held four to six weeks prior to the program start date. If accepted to a program, about two months prior to the start of the program, you will be notified via your Atlas of the mandatory Orientation program, requirements, and deadlines. The Orientation materials will give you the processes required to complete your background check and drug testing through a specific company, the immunizations and CPR you will need, your uniform requirements (if any) and other pertinent information. TRANSPORTATION TO CLINICAL SITES If accepted to a program, you will be responsible for furnishing transportation to the community and/or hospital facilities used by Valencia for clinical practice. Valencia is an Equal Opportunity Institution.
6 The Health Sciences Admission Committee uses the following point system to GUIDE them in the selection of qualified students to be admitted to the Advanced Standing Nursing Program. Overall GPA Points PROGRAM COURSE REQUIREMENTS THAT AWARD POINTS TOWARD ADMISSION The grades for all of these prerequisite courses must be posted to your Valencia transcript by the application deadline. BSC 2093C Human Anatomy & Physiology I A=10 pts, B=8 pts, C=6 pts BSC 2094C Human Anatomy & Physiology II A=10 pts, B=8 pts, C=6 pts MCB 2010C Microbiology A=10 pts, B=8 pts, C=6 pts ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I A=3 pts, B=2 pts, C=1 pt HUN 2202 **Essentials of Nutrition with Diet Therapy A=3 pts, B=2 pts, C=1 pt PSY 1012 General Psychology A=3 pts, B=2 pts, C=1 pt DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology A=3 pts, B=2 pts, C=1 pt Humanities Any course that meets the General Education Humanities requirement A=3 pts, B=2 pts, C=1 pt ** Students who have completed a college Nutrition course, of two or more credits, that did not include Diet Therapy may request permission in the Health Sciences Advising Office to complete the one-credit HUN 2015 Diet Therapy for Health Care Professionals. If taken, the points for HUN 2015 and the initial Nutrition course will be averaged together. OPTIONS FOR ADDITIONAL POINTS HSC 1531 Medical Terminology completed with an A, B or C 1 pt SYG 2000 Sociology completed with an A, B or C 1 pt Total Points = Total Possible Points: 57 Student selection is not based solely on the number of points earned. In the case of tie votes, overall GPA, grades in specific required courses, and the Health Sciences entrance test score will be given in-depth consideration.
7 PARAMEDIC/RRT/CVT CANDIDATES for NURSING, ADVANCED STANDING TRACK Students admitted to the Advanced Standing Track are expected to be competent in providing basic care and performing basic clinical skills for patients. The expected level of competence must be validated by one of the following methods: 1. Candidates may take a Certified Nursing Assistant Program and pass the State Exam. Programs are available at local vocational schools and are offered part-time or full-time. 2. Candidates may challenge the Certified Nursing Assistant State Exam and become certified upon passing. Information and the application are available at 3. Candidates working in a bedside clinical role may ask a Registered Nurse, who has observed their care of clients over a period of time, to assess their competence in providing the expected patient care task required of a Certified Nursing Assistant. (See form included in this Program Guide.)
8 VALENCIA COLLEGE NURSING, ADVANCED STANDING TRACK Assessment of Patient Care Role for Paramedic, RRT and CVT Applicants Applicant s Name Valencia ID: This applicant for the Valencia College Nursing, Advanced Standing Track Program is an employee at my work place. I am an R.N. and have observed this candidate over a period of time in a patient care role and feel confident in my ability to evaluate his/her performance in relationship to the five areas described below. A = Outstanding in all elements in this area B = Above expected level in most of the elements in this area C = Able to minimally meet most of the elements in this area D = Unable to minimally meet many of the elements in this area Patient Care Role Role of the Nurse Assistant Promotion of Health and Safety Promotion of Function and Health or Residents Basic Nursing Skills Specialized Care Description Job Duties and responsibilities reporting, personal health, safety, resident rights, values, ethics, and legal consideration, reporting abuse and neglect The health care team care plans, resident care conferences, roles of team member Communication Skills Accident prevention Infection control Use of restraints Fire prevention and safety Educating residents about health and safety Personal care skills - feeding, bathing, perineal care, nail care, skin care, toileting, grooming, dressing Health maintenance - hydration and nutrition, protective devices, mobility and ambulation, range of motion, turning and positioning, transfer and appliances, bowel and bladder training, grooming, self care, assistive devices Age-related changes Psycho-social needs Routine situations - vital signs, height, weight, skin, blood pressure, elimination, circulation, dietary, alertness, memory loss, confusion, sadness, fear, anxiety, withdrawn behavior Emergency situations - chest pain, respiratory distress, choking, seizures, difficulty swallowing, diabetes, level of consciousness, falls Physical problems - hearing and vision loss, speech difficulty, mobility, paralysis, incontinence, constipation, diarrhea, nausea, catheter, tube feeding, oxygen therapy, dietary restrictions, pain Psychological problems - confusion, memory loss, anxiety, combativeness, depression, fear, grief, mental retardation, pain Care of the dying resident Performance Level Grade Comments
9 VALENCIA COLLEGE NURSING, ADVANCED STANDING TRACK Assessment of Patient Care Role for Paramedic, RRT and CVT Applicants Additional Comments to Related Areas: Registered Nurse Evaluator s Name (Please print clearly) Registered Nurse Evaluator s Signature: State/Type of Licensure: Place of Employment: Department: Contact Information Phone or Date: Thank you for assisting Valencia College s Nursing Program by completing this form.
10 CORE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR ADMISSION AND PROGRESSION INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY: For the purpose of the Nursing Program, a qualified individual with a disability is one who, with or without reasonable accommodations or modifications, meets the essential eligibility requirements for participation in the program." The Division of Nursing at Valencia makes no preadmission inquiries concerning an applicant s disability status. Information related to an applicant s disabilities is not a part of the information reviewed by the Admission Committee. Nursing is a practice discipline with cognitive, sensory, affective, and psychomotor performance requirements. Based on these requirements the following list of "Core Performance Standards" has been developed. Each standard has an example of an activity or activities, which a student will be required to perform while enrolled in the Nursing Program. These standards are a part of each Nursing course and of the professional role expectation of a Nurse. These Performance Standards should be used to assist students in determining whether accommodations or modifications are necessary for the student to meet program requirements. A student who identifies potential difficulties with meeting the Performance Standards should communicate his/her concerns to an advisor in the Office for Students with Disabilities. The student has the responsibility to identify and document the disability and to request reasonable and appropriate adjustments. Determination is made on an individual basis as to whether any accommodations or modifications can be reasonably made. Issue Critical Thinking Interpersonal Communication Mobility Motor Skills Hearing Visual Tactile Standard Critical thinking ability sufficient for clinical judgment Interpersonal abilities sufficient to interact with individuals, families, and groups from a variety of social, emotional, cultural, and intellectual backgrounds Communication abilities sufficient for interaction with others in verbal and written form Physical abilities sufficient to move from room to room, maneuver in small spaces, and navigate stairwells Gross and fine motor abilities sufficient to provide safe and effective nursing care Auditory ability sufficient to monitor and assess health needs Visual ability sufficient for observation, assessment, documentation, and direct safe care necessary in nursing care Tactile ability sufficient for physical assessment Some Examples of Necessary Activities (not all inclusive) Identify cause-effect relationships in clinical situations, develop nursing care plans Establish rapport with patients/clients and colleagues Explain treatment procedures, initiate health teaching, document and interpret nursing care actions and patient/client responses Moves around in patient's rooms, work spaces, and treatment areas, administer nursing procedures Calibrate and use equipment; position patients/clients Hears monitor alarm, emergency signals, auscultatory sounds, cries for help Observes patient/client responses Perform palpation, functions of physical examination and/or those related to therapeutic intervention, e.g., insertions of a catheter
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