Practical Nursing Diploma
Show your compassion for healing with a diploma for nursing.
Nursing is one of the most popular medical careers and it offers you a chance to work in hospitals or doctor's offices. As a nurse, you'll work under the direction of a doctor or a nurse practitioner, and your main duties will be to dispense medication, start IVs, take vital signs, operate various medical equipment, and directly care for patients. Become a Practical Nurse, the Nursing Diploma Program is approved by the Kentucky State Board of Nursing.
If you'd like to learn more about Sullivan University's Practical Nursing program, request more information or if you're ready to get started, enroll today!
- Sullivan University focuses on hands-on learning with industry-standard equipment so you will be better prepared for real-life situations. Plus, our small class sizes mean you will get personal attention from caring instructors who will help you succeed.
- Every earned credential comes with professional career services. Sullivan University's Career Services department will be there to help you maximize your experience and education and assist you in your job search.
- Classes begin four times a year in January, March, June and September.
Graduates with a Diploma in Nursing are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN). The Nursing Diploma program has a first attempt pass rate of the NCLEX to exceed the Kentucky Board of Nursing minimum percentage of students passing the first attempt.
The program focuses not only on what to do but why, supported by theory and the holistic care model. All of the nursing faculty are specialists in their fields and the vast majority are still practitioners in their field of endeavor. This ensures that the theory that is presented is also supported by the current best of care practices present in the healthcare community. There is a personal, friendly atmosphere at the school that invites students to have an open-door feeling to administration.
* The clinical requirement consist of 594 hours. Students may not receive payment / reimbursement of any type for clinical and/or externship hours required in their academic program. Students may also not perform these clinical and/or externship hours with their employer in the capacity of their regular position.
Course PND 300 Health Deviations I is delivered in two parts in the evening division. Part 1 is 10 credits and part II is 4 credits.
Course PND 400 Health Deviations II is delivered in two parts in the evening division. Part I is 10 credits and Part II is 6 credits.
Criminal Convictions: The Kentucky Board of Nursing requires that all criminal convictions (misdemeanors and felonies) be reported at the time of application for licensure. The Board may deny a license to practice nursing to an individual with a criminal conviction.