Mission

In support of the college mission, the nursing program prepares graduates to practice at entry level according to the core components as outlined by the National League of Nursing (NLN), in a variety of healthcare settings. The core components and competencies include: human flourishing, nursing judgment, professional identity and the spirit of inquiry. Additionally, the nursing program adheres to the core values adopted by the college of caring, commitment, integrity and teamwork.

Program Outcomes

  • Ninety percent (90%) of graduates will pass the NCLEX-RN on the first writing of the examination as verified by annual licensure reports from the NCLEX-RN Examination Board.
  • Eighty percent (80%) of eligible graduates will be employed in entry level healthcare settings six months after graduation.
  • Seventy-five percent (75%) of students will graduate within 150% of the time requirements.

Student Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes

Nursing Achievement Data

Graduation Rate by Year

Year
Graduation Rate
2015 88%
2016 87%
2017 86%
2018 81%

Licensure Pass Rate on First Attempt

Year
CCHS Pass Rate
NC Pass Rate
National Average
2015 95% 81% 85%
2016 93% 81% 85%
2017 98% 83% 87%
 2018  96% 84%   88%

Placement Rate within Six Months of Graduation

Year
Number of Qualified Graduates
Number of Graduates Placed in Field
Job Placement %
2015 109 98 89.9%
2016 121 117 96.7%
2017 102 98 96.1%
 2018  109 97   89%

Last updated: June 2019

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