Practical Nursing Program

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Practical nurses are integral members of the health care system, prepared to provide nursing care and health promotion activities to individuals across the life span in various health care settings under the direction of the registered nurse, licensed physician, and/or dentist. Classroom instruction is closely correlated with guided clinical practice in affiliating heath care agencies.

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Philosophy and Mission Statements

Credential Opportunities

Diploma

Length of Program

The Practical Nursing Program can be completed in three or four (see Part Time Practical Nursing Program) semesters.

Admission Requirements

There are selective admission requirements for this program.  You may also consult WKCTC general admission requirements. 

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Employment Opportunities

Practical nurses may work in hospitals, clinics, health agencies, doctors offices, schools, nursing homes, on private duty, and in home health and industry.

Educational and Professional Resources 

American Nurses Association     Kentucky Nurses Association 
Caring4you National League for Nursing 
Discover Nursing Nursing Center 
Kentucky Board of Nursing  NursingJobsHelp.com

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Education Mobility

  1. LPN-RN
  2. Nursing Education Mobility Pathway (NEMP)

More Information

Please refer to frequently asked questions.

Scholarships

Approval

The Practical Nursing Program at both sites (Paducah and Murray) is approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing.

Accreditation

The Practical Nursing Program is a canidate for initial accreditation by the:
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
404-975-5000

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