Evening/Weekend option for LPN Program
The evening-weekend program, which can be completed in 19 months, provides approximately 880 clock hours of instruction.
This includes classroom and clinical laboratory experiences in many areas of nursing. See sample course of study for the evening-weekend option.
The application deadline is October 15th every year and has a January start date.
Prerequisites BEFORE Beginning Professional Courses
Students must “pass” all clinical courses and maintain a grade of “C” or higher in all non-clinical courses to remain in the program.
Admission to the Practical Nursing Program; Current Certification in Kansas as a Nursing Assistant and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Healthcare Providers.
(Major Code 366A/368A; State CIP Code 51.3901)
For course details, see the full-time practical nursing page in the JCCC Course Catalog.
BIOL 140 & BIOL 225
|Human Anatomy and Physiology
BIOL 140 Human Anatomy & BIOL 225 Human Physiology
|PSYC 130||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|PSYC 218||Human Development||3|
First Semester - Spring
|PN 125||KSPN Foundations of Nursing||4|
|PN 126||KSPN Foundations of Nursing Clinical||2|
||KSPN Gerontology Nursing||2|
Second Semester - Summer
|PN 135||KSPN Pharmacology||3|
Third Semester - Fall
|PN 130||KSPN Medical Surgical Nursing I||4|
|PN 131||KSPN Medical Surgical Nursing I Clinical||3|
|PN 140||KSPN Maternal Child Nursing||2|
|PN 141||KSPN Maternal Child Nursing Clinical
(SIM and service project)
Fourth Semester - Spring
|PN 150||KSPN Medical Surgical Nursing II||4|
|PN 151||KSPN Medical Surgical Nursing II Clinical||3|
|PN 170||Physical Assessment for the Practical Nurse||3|
Fifth Semester - Summer
|PN 145||KSPN Mental Health Nursing||2|
|PN 146||KSPN Mental Health Nursing Clinical||1|
|Anticipated graduation in August|
Total program hours: 34