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NURSING

 
Goals of the Nursing Program
  1. Graduates will achieve a first-attempt pass rate on the NCLEX®-RN licensure exam equal to or greater than 95% of the national mean; and the three-year mean for the licensure exam pass rate will be at or above the national mean for the same three-year period.
  2. Graduates seeking a position as an RN will be employed within one year of graduation (Expected level of Achievement: 70%).
  3. Graduates will rate the program overall as satisfactory (Expected level of Achievement 70%).
  4. Time until successful completion:
    1. Generic students successfully complete the program within three years (six semesters) of beginning nursing courses (Expected level of Achievement: 70%).
    2. LPN to RN students successfully complete the program within two and one/half years (five semesters) of beginning nursing courses. (Expected level of Achievement: 70%).
  5. Employers will rank Lakeland graduates as prepared to assume the role as an entry-level registered nurse (Expected level of Achievement: 70%).
  6. The nursing program will maintain accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and approval by the Ohio Board of Nursing.

 

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