ADN Courses

The Nursing AAS-T Degree (ADN) requires students to complete theory and clinical courses designed to prepare students to take the NCLEX exam and become nursing professionals. The degree curriculum is designed so that prerequisite and general education classes are completed prior to the two years of nursing course work, enabling students can focus on their nursing education once enrolled.

Course schedules will vary depending on the cohort start. Students must pass each course with a C (2.0) or better in order to progress to the next quarter in the program.

Bellevue College ADN Courses

NURS 120: Nursing Fundamentals – 6 credits

NURS 121: Nursing Fundamentals Clinical – 6 credits

NURS 122: Nursing Care of the Adult Client I – 6 credits

NURS 123: Nursing Care of The Adult Client I Clinical – 6 credits

NURS 124: Nursing Care of the Adult Client II – 6 credits

NURS 125: Nursing Care of the Adult Client II Clinical – 6 credits

NURS 252: Nursing Care of the Behavioral Health Client – 3 credits

NURS 253: Behavioral Health Clinical – 2 credits

NURS 254: Nursing Care of The Pediatric Client – 4 credits

NURS 255: Nursing Care of The Pediatric Client Clinical – 4 credits

NURS 256: Nursing Care of The Maternal Client – 2 credits

NURS 257: Nursing Care of The Maternal Client Clinical – 2 credits

NURS 260: Transition to Professional Nursing – 3 credits

NURS 261: Pre-Professional Nursing Preceptorship – 4 credits

PSYC 260: Psychosocial Issues In Healthcare – 5 credits

PHIL 263: Ethics and Policy in Healthcare – 5 credits

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Last Updated May 5, 2021