EMTP to ADN Transition–A1030N
The EMTP to ADN Transition Program is designed for the EMT Paramedic to complete the ADN program. Applicants will be required to present documentation of all EMTP to ADN prerequisites before submitting an application.
Applications will be accepted between September 14, 2018 and February 7, 2019 from qualified applicants.
The program is offered face to face with daytime classes, lab and clinical hours, generally Monday through Friday and in the fifth semester may include 12 hour shifts Tuesday through Sunday. After successful completion of the Paramedic/RN Bridge Concepts (NUR 215) during the summer semester, the Paramedic may enter the ADN program as follows:
- Fall (4th) Semester: NUR 113 Family Health and NUR 212 Health System Concepts
- Spring (5th) Semester: NUR 213 Complex Health Concepts
BEFORE applying to the EMTP to ADN Transition Program, an applicant must provide all of the following documentation:
- YOU MUST HAVE BOTH NATIONAL AND NORTH CAROLINA CERTIFICATION TO APPLY–NO EXCEPTIONS
- Valid, unrestricted National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians – Paramedic certification (NREMT-P)
- Valid, unrestricted North Carolina EMT Paramedic certification
- Minimum of one year full time of EMT Paramedic work experience within 5 years
- American Heart Association
BLS Health Care Provider (current)
- Complete a general college application
Major: Nursing Pre-Associate Program (A1030N) Term: 2018SU
- All required courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher AND an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher. All courses must be completed before you begin the transition program.
- Qualifying placement scores within the last 5 years OR
- MAT 080 with a grade of “C” or higher within last 5 years OR
- DMA 010-050 with a grade of “P” and DMA 60, 70, 80, with a grade of “P” within the last 5 years OR
- One of the following: MAT 122, MAT 141, MAT 151, MAT 161, MAT 171, MAT 263 course or an approved college algebra math (no 5 year rule on these courses)
Biology, Psychology, English, and Humanities
Applicants must have completed the following before receiving the EMTP to ADN application packet:
- Science: BIO 168, BIO 169 and BIO 275 with a grade of “C” or higher (the 5 year rule does not apply to these courses).
- The equivalent to BIO 168 and 169 must be approved by the Registrar’s Office and the Dean of Health Sciences and Nursing.
- Psychology: PSY 150 and PSY 241 with a grade of “C” or higher
- English: ENG 111 and ENG 112
- Humanities: HUM 115 AND an additional Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
Request an Eligibility Review: If you are unsure of meeting the prerequisites, you may request an eligibility review prior to completing STEP 1. Email Kim Hill at email@example.com and attach unofficial transcripts and/or placement scores if LCC does not have them on file.
BEFORE applying to the EMTP to ADN transition program, an applicant must complete the following steps:
STEP 1: Application for General College Admission: Complete an online LCC Application for Admission. Acceptance does not guarantee acceptance into the Health Science Program.
- Select A1030N – Pre Associates in Nursing as your major
- Select 2019SU as your semester
STEP 2: Submit All Transcripts: Submit an official transcript from your high school or provide a copy of your High School Equivalency Diploma. Applicants with a bachelor’s degree are still required to submit high school documentation. Submit official transcripts from all colleges attended. Falsification or failure to supply the correct information may be considered grounds for rejection or dismissal. If it is determined that you have attended a college that was not listed on your application, the transcript will be required. If you are unable to submit an official transcript due to a hold on your account at the college, you will be ineligible to apply at this time.
STEP 3: Lancer Account Setup: Check WebAdvisor to see when all transcripts have been received. You must use your Lancer email account to correspond with Health Sciences admission staff.
STEP 4: Complete an application request. Applications will be distributed to students submitting qualifying documentation.
April: Provisional acceptance letters will be mailed to applicants.
May: Students will begin the 10-week NUR 215 course. Upon successful completion of NUR 215, EMTPs may progress to the fourth semester of the ADN program.
For more Admission information, please contact:
Director of Admissions
Administration (Building 3), Room 140B
Phone: (252) 527-6223, ext. 301
Fax: (252) 233-6893
For more Health Sciences Program information, please contact:
Vicki Barker, RN,MSN,CNE
ADN Program Chair
Health Sciences (Building 13), Room 228
Phone: (252) 527-6223, ext. 806
Fax: (252) 520-9598
Dr. Alexis Welch, RN
Dean of Health Sciences and Nursing
Health Sciences (Building 13), Room 214
Phone: (252) 527-6223, ext. 801
Fax: (252) 520-9598