Associate Degree Nursing

About the Program

Quality classroom instruction, hands-on experience in state-of-the-art labs and practical clinical experience at area healthcare providers will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to become a registered nurse. Graduates of the Associate Degree in Applied Science Nursing program are eligible to take the National Council Licensing Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) in order to be designated as a Registered Nurse (RN).

Special Admissions Requirements

  • Due to the limited availability of slots in these programs, admission is competitive.
  • OCtech seeks to identify students who can achieve at an appropriate level in the curriculum and diversity among its student population.

Please review carefully: ADN Admissions Overview

Health Information Program

To receive an application for this program, you must first complete a Health Information Program (HIP).

Note:  Campus-based HIP sessions are temporarily suspended at this time due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  Please use the link below to take advantage of our online session to receive your application package.

Online HIP Session

Launch  ONLINE HIP Session

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Special Requirements

Career Outlook

FAQs & Additional Information

Quick Facts

Great Futures
OCtech's nursing graduates enjoy a 100% job placement rate.


Nursing Accrediting agency (ACEN) logo

The Associate Degree in Applied Science Nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326; 404.975.5000;


Student Outcomes

 Graduation RateFirst Time RN Board Pass RateProgram Completion RateJob Placement
2016-1752.36% 100%38.82%100%
2017-1834.6% (still in process)100%28%100%

To review accreditation status, please visit the OCtech Program Accreditation/Approval page.

Program Coordinator

Susan Chavis
Flex Nursing Program Coordinator

Meet a Graduate

“You can't beat the clinical experience offered at OCtech. Practicing the skills versus talking about them and looking at pictures makes a true difference.”

— Deon James, Associate Degree Nursing Class of 2020 | ICU nurse at the Regional Medical Center