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Licensed Practical Nursing

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Licensed Practical Nursing

Practical Nursing program is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing. Students will need to have completed 136 hours of pre-requisites before beginning the program. Students enrolled in the program will complete 1343 hours including a combination of classroom theory, laboratory training and clinical practice. The nursing program offers two options for completion.

The first option is the traditional full-time, daytime program. It is approximately 11 months in length. Classes meet Monday through Friday, with classroom hours typically 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Clinical hours for this option vary, often starting earlier in the morning with some evening hours required.

The second option is a part-time, evening program. It is approximately 21 months in length. Classes meet Monday through Thursday. Classroom hours are typically 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Clinical hours are 3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. During the 3rd & 4th trimesters, some Fridays may be required.

Course content focuses on the nursing skills, theory, and professional requirements for an entry-level position as a licensed practical nurse. The program is divided into three semesters. The program comprises both theory and clinical courses.

 In-District* Tuition:

$3598.00 with an Ipad ($1712.00 divided in fall and spring payments)

$3098.00 without an Ipad ($1462.00 divided in fall and spring payments)



Required Fees: $1200.00







CTSO Dues: $30.00







Career Majors within Practical Nursing:



 Required         Books

Required Tools

Required Uniforms

Certification Test Costs

Optional Books

Licensed Practical Nurse

1343 hrs.

Inc. Tuition



Pen light

Inc. Tuition

(excludes graduation uniform)

Inc. in fees

$100.00 (NCLEX prep)


Pre-requisite hours not included in the 1400 hours 


*Out-of-District Tuition is double the amount of In-District Tuition     

Entrance Requirements:  See Admissions Policy

Pre-requisites: Medical Terminology (45 contact hours or college level), Long term care certification, and American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR card.

Academic Credits:  (Adult Only None Needed)

Licensure Exam NCLEX

Certification Testing: (contact instructor for info.)

Potential Salary Range: (contact instructor for info.)       For financial assistance go to: www.fafsa.ed.gov

Office contact: Cynthia Coomer at (405) 273-7493 ext. 2239.
Director of Nursing: Lisa Morlan (405) 273-7493 ext. 2291
InstructorsMary Pierce x2214, Sharla Lee x2489 and Traci Hunt x2237 Secret Howard x2489.

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