The NC Career and College Promise Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways are designed for accelerated high school juniors and seniors who are ready to get a head start on career and technical courses that will lead to a job credential, certificate or diploma in a technical career.
The Nurse Aide Pathway prepares individuals to work under the supervision of licensed health care professionals in performing nursing care and services for persons of all ages. It also allows for coursework for competitive admission into health science programs.
To be eligible for enrollment, you must meet the following criteria:
- Be a high school junior or senior;
- Be 161/2 years of age before taking NAS 101
- Be enrolled in a High School Career Cluster/Concentration that is alligned with the Nurse Aide diploma;
- Have a weighted GPA on 3.0 on high school course or approval of your high school principal or designee;
- Meet all program prerequisites.
If you meet these qualifications, submit your Career and College Promise application, official high school transcripts, and any applicable test scores (official, unopened original copies) to RCC. See your school counselor for more information.
If you have questions about the Nurse Aide pathway, please see the website for more information:
website: http://robeson.edu/na [opens in a new tab] or contact Sheila Smith – Program Director Nurse Aide at 910.272.3397 or email@example.com
Students will register for classes at RCC during a special registration period. Once the registration period begins, you will be registered on a first come, first-served basis. Please see your high school counselor for more information.
|HN 43 Nursing Fundamentals
|NAS 101 (NC Nurse Aide 1 Registry required)
|HU 10 Health Team Relations
|HU 40 Health Science 1 and
|MED 120 - Survey of Medical Term
|HU 42 Health Science 11
Certification exam and eligible for National Registry listing and employment.
Premajor courses part of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) and Independent Comprehensive Agreement (ICAA) and will transfer to four year institutions in the state of North Carolina.
* Universal General Education Transfer Component [UGETC], courses transfer to any four year institution as a lower general education elective.
All courses are offered on the RCC campus. To find a specific course offering, search for sections online by selecting the “Class Schedules” option on the RCC website: www.robeson.edu [opens in a new tab]