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Nursing Programs

Associate Degree Nursing

The John A. Logan College Associate Degree Nursing Program is designed to provide career mobility for persons who have successfully completed a practical nursing program. This unique nursing program is designed to prepare the student for the practice of nursing as defined in the Illinois Nursing Act and meets the requirements for schools approved for associate degree nursing in Illinois.

Additional Associate Degree Nursing information.

Course Descriptions for Associate Degree Nursing
Advisor for Associate Degree Nursing: Erin McGuire

Practical Nursing

The John A. Logan College Practical Nursing Program is designed to provide an individual with the knowledge and skills to function as a safe and effective member of the health care team in the role of the practical nurse. Classroom theory, laboratory practice, and clinical experience are included in this three-semester certificate program approved by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation.

Additional Practical Nursing information.

Course Descriptions for Practical Nursing
Advisor for Practical Nursing: Heather Hampson and Denise Orrill

Nursing Assistant

The Nursing Assistant Program at John A. Logan College is designed to prepare the student to provide basic nursing care in a variety of settings. These settings include longterm care facilities, hospitals, home care settings, physicians’ offices, and clinics.

Additional Nursing Assistant information.

Program Guide for Nursing Assistant – Certificate

Course Descriptions for Nursing Assistant Training

Advisor for Nursing Assistant: See advisor page


John A. Logan College offers an Associate in Arts degree with curriculum guide titled Pre-BSN. These classes will help the student prepare for a BSN by taking general education courses, humanities, social and behavioral science, physical and life sciences courses. The courses are listed under the SIUE and Illinois State University notes on the curriculum PRE-BSN guide. Students should verify what general elective courses their transfer university will require. This AAS degree curriculum guide will assist counselors in helping students wisely utilize their time preparing for entry to the PN and ADN programs.

Program Guide for Pre-BSN

Advisor for Pre-BSN: See advisor page