School of Nursing
School of Nursing
Mildred Gonzales, PhD, RN
Dean and Program Director
The School of Nursing offers an Associate of Science degree in Nursing. Students who complete the program are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Click to access NCLEX PASS RATE
- Basic Registered Nursing
- Advanced Placement for Licensed Vocational Nurses – Option I
- Advanced Placement for Licensed Vocational Nurses Option Il Non-Graduate, 30 unit option
Clinical nursing experiences are conducted at Health Services hospitals (Los Angeles General Medical Center, Olive View-UCLA, Harbor-UCLA Medical Centers, Comprehensive Health Centers and Clinics).
Students are expected to attain the following learning outcomes on program completion:
END OF PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon program completion, the graduate, as an entry level registered nurse provides and manages client-centered nursing care by:
- Applying the nursing process when safely caring for clients across the health-illness continuum throughout the life span in a variety of healthcare settings.
- Communicating effectively and appropriately when interacting with individuals, families, groups, communities, colleagues, and other healthcare disciplines to achieve optimal health outcomes.
- Collaborating with individuals, families, groups, communities, colleagues, and other health care disciplines to achieve optimal health outcomes in a cost-effective manner.
- Demonstrating leadership, accountability, and advocacy within legal, ethical, and professional standards as a nurse and as a contributing member of society.
- Formulating individualized client care plans using critical thinking skills based upon relevant scientific knowledge, and evidence-based practices, and interpretation of clinical information.
- Educating client/family to promote preventative and restorative health measures.
- Demonstrating awareness and respect for diverse sociocultural values and beliefs.