WCJC College Catalog 2010-2011 by Wharton County Junior College

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elpt 1370 or ptac 1302 bcis 1305 math 1314 or math 2312 engl 1301 freshman/semester ii nucp 1370 nucp 1471 ptac 1432 chem 1405 or chem 1411 nucp 1472 sophomore/semester i cett 1409 nucp 2470 ptac 2314 intc 1450 social science elective intro to power technology or intro to process technology 3 business computer applications college algebra or precalculus 3 3 composition i 3 15 semester hours nuclear fundamentals i nuclear fundamentals ii instrumentation intro chemistry or general chemistry i 3 4 4 4 nuclear power plant organization process 4 19 semester hours dc-ac circuits nuclear power plant systems i quality digital measurement controls w lab elective from aas general education course list 4 4 3 4 sophomore/semester ii nucp 2471 nuclear power plant systems ii capstone course humanities elective elective from aas general education course list discipline-related ‡discipline related studies elective from the list below elective‡ spch 1318 bmgt 2347 interpersonal communication critical thinking problem solving 3 18 semester hours 4 3 4 3 3 17 semester hours ‡ note discipline related electives for the aas degree are as follows students may pick one of the following chem 1411 or chem 1412 phys 1401 math 2413 hart 1407 cett 1425 nursing associate degree nursing adn aas degree aas degree 72 semester credit hours preparation for rn division of allied health the associate degree in nursing adn is a twenty-two month long program to prepare graduates to be accountable responsible beginning practitioners of professional nursing who are able to utilize the nursing process in giving direct care to clients in structured health care settings general education courses as well as nursing courses are included in the curriculum and are transferable to many four-year colleges that offer baccalaureate degrees in nursing the adn program has limited enrollment students are accepted each fall semester for wharton campus and each spring semester for sugar land campus the application for wharton campus is published online in october the application for sugar land campus is published online in april upon successful completion of the program graduates are qualified to take the national council licensure examination for registered nurses nclex-rn the program is approved by the texas board of nursing bon admission requirements due to a limited enrollment admission to the adn program is based on the following criteria 1 act scores 82 2010-2011 college catalog aas degree requirements