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Nursing

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) University Transfer Options

Classes offered at following campus(es)

  • Metro
  • Owasso
  • Southeast

Contact Information:

(918) 595-7075
909 S. Boston Ave. Tulsa, OK 74119
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TCC’s Nursing program sets the standard of nursing excellence for our community. We have provided Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma with thousands of excellent nursing professionals since 1971. Our graduates work in a profession that has been ranked in an annual Gallup poll as the No. 1 most trusted profession for 14 consecutive years.

Our Nursing Program was established in 1971 by a consortium of Tulsa-area hospitals to provide a college-based nursing program for Tulsa and Northeastern Oklahoma. Since that time, more than 4,000 nurses have graduated from the TCC Nursing Program. Our focus is to develop competent, caring graduates in a creative, supportive learning environment, which fosters excellence. The faculty is dedicated to the practice of nursing and teaching, which encourages you to maximize your own career goals. We provide programs of the highest quality that are innovative and use a variety of teaching /learning methods.

TCC offers two nursing tracks ranging from three to four semesters, including Nursing Career Mobility (LPN/Paramedic to RN) Track, and Traditional Nursing (RN) Track.

TCC’s Nursing program challenges you with a mission to:

  • Develop competent, caring graduates;
  • Prepare graduates for rewarding careers;
  • Create a learning environment that fosters excellence; and
  • Be responsive to the needs of the community.

Please take time to explore this website. We hope it will answer your questions about how to get started in your nursing career and what is offered at TCC for you. As you explore these pages, we are sure you will agree with us that the future of caring is TCC Nursing.

The Program is accredited by Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN) and approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing. Completion of our associate degree qualifies graduates to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) through the Oklahoma State Board of Nursing.

The Nursing Division has one Program with two tracks:

  • Traditional
  • Career Mobility (LPN/Paramedic to RN)

General Education Requirements: 38 Hours

English 6 hours

+*ENGL 1113 Composition I
*ENGL 1213 Composition II

Social Science 6 hours

POLS 1113 American Federal Government

and select one course from the following:
HIST 1483 U.S. History 1492 to Civil War Era
HIST 1493 U.S. History Civil War Era to Present

Psychology 6 hours

+PSYC 1113 Introduction to Psychology
*PSYC 2023 Developmental Psychology

Science 20 hours

+BIOL 1224 Introduction to Biology for Majors
+*BIOL 2134 Human Anatomy
*BIOL 2154 Human Physiology
*BIOL 2164 Microbiology
+*CHEM 1114 Principles of Chemistry

Students with a declared major of Nursing Applicant may take BIOL 1224 concurrently with BIOL 2134. See Advisement office for prerequisite waiver.

*Has prerequisite/corequisite.
+Prerequisite course for program

Specialized Course Requirements: 35 Hours

Traditional Nursing Track Nursing 35 hours

Enrollment requires admission to the Nursing Program.

*NURS 1113 Adult Health I B
*NURS 1111 Adult Health I – Clinical C
*NURS 1143 Overview of Professional Development A
*NURS 1163 Principles of Pharmacology & Medication Safety D
*NURS 2213 Adult Health II E
*NURS 2212 Adult Health II – Clinical F
*NURS 2222 Pediatric Nursing
*NURS 2221 Pediatric Nursing – Clinical
*NURS 2232 Maternal–Newborn Nursing
*NURS 2231 Maternal-Newborn Nursing – Clinical
*NURS 2243 Adult Health III G
*NURS 2242 Adult Health III – Clinical H
*NURS 2432 Complex Mental Health
*NURS 2431 Complex Mental Health - Clinical
*NURS 2444 Adult Health IV & Leadership
*NURS 2442 Adult Health IV & Leadership - Clinical

Career Mobility Track

Students in the Career Mobility Track who satisfactorily complete the NURS courses below are not required to complete the correspondingly designated NURS course(s) in the Traditional Nursing Track. Students should refer to the Career Mobility semester plan for further clarification.

*NURS 1212 Career Mobility I B, D
*NURS 1211 Career Mobility I – Clinical C
*NURS 1363 Transition for Career Mobility A
*NURS 2352 Career Mobility II E, G
*NURS 2351 Career Mobility II – Clinical F, H

Additional Nursing Courses/Electives

(not required for degree)
NURS 1013 Critical Thinking & Decision Making
NURS 1023 Stress Management
NURS 1033 HONORS Nursing Policy & Politics
NURS 1043 Nursing Informatics
NURS 1471 Activities of Daily Living
NURS 2303 Pharmacology
NURS 2403 Dosage Calculations for Nurses
NURS 299X Selected Topics in Nursing

Total Credit Hours: 73

*Has prerequisite/corequisite.

University Transfer Degree Information

Students should work closely with an academic advisor each semester to make certain you are enrolled in the correct courses for your degree program, especially if you are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university. Students are encouraged to begin a dialogue with their intended transfer schools as early as possible. Early coordination between TCC academic advisors and advisors from selected four-year institutions can streamline the transfer process. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that he/she understands the program/admission/transfer requirements for the transfer school.

Student Achievement Data

 

TCC Pass Rate

State Pass Rate

National Pass Rate

NCLEX Pass Rate
(January – December 2015)

89.92%

85.7%

84.51%

  Rate
Program Completion Rate @ 150% (6 semesters)
(January – December 2015):
70%
Job Placement Rate 99%

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