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Practical Nurse

Practical Nursing
This program prepares the student to become a Practical Nurse - an important member of the healthcare team who works under the supervision or direction of a registered nurse, licensed physician, or dentist in the many areas of healthcare. Students will learn the role of the PN and how to care for a variety of patients including geriatric, pediatric, oncology, and pre/post-operative patients. Students will learn how to identify patient problems, identify appropriate interventions and evaluate nursing care. Graduates of this program will be eligible to take the NCLEX-PN and become licensed through the Board of Nursing.


Direct-Teacher Led Class
SOC Code: 29.2061.00


Student Licensure Disclosure

Application Process

Tuition Waiver

College Credit





There are three (3) Prerequisite Courses that are required to be completed prior to being accepted into the Practical Nursing program.
These courses are Long Term Care Nurse Aide, Medical Terminology, and Anatomy and Physiology.


1. Multi-Skilled Healthcare Professional (MSHP)
A power-packed, financial aid eligible program offering students the opportunity to complete four (4) certifications and be employment-ready in five (5) months.
For more information and to apply for MSHP Click Here

2. Short-Term Adult Classes
Available by various delivery methods including Instructor Lead, Hybrid, and Online. These classes are not financial aid eligible.
For more information and to enroll in a Short-Term class Click Here


The WWTC Practical Nursing program is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing. Graduates of this state-approved program are eligible to apply to write the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for practical nurses. Applicants must meet all state and federal requirements to hold an Oklahoma license to practice nursing. In addition to completing a state-approved nursing education program that meets educational requirements and successfully passing the licensure examination, requirements include submission of an application for licensure, a criminal history records search, and evidence of citizenship or qualified alien status [59 O.S. §§ 567.5 & 567.6]. Questions regarding this matter may be directed to the Oklahoma Board of Nursing, 2915 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 524, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, (405) 962-1800.





Introduction to Nursing 40
Fundamentals of Nursing Skills 160
Clinical I – Basic Nursing (concurrent) 80
Pharmacology and IV Therapy Skills 66
Medical Surgical Nursing I 78
Clinical II – Medical Surgical Nursing (Part 1) 224
Medical Surgical Nursing II 78
Clinical III – Medical Surgical Nursing (Part 2) 232
Maternal-Child Nursing 45
Pediatric Nursing 45
Mental Health Nursing 40
Transition to Practice 45
Clinical IV – Maternal/Newborn, Pediatric, and Mental Health 120



Tuition – In-District $3,759
Tuition – Out-of-District $4,386
Fees $1,336
Supplies $202
Books $869

*Additional charges will apply after 12 months.



Additional costs to complete the licensing process:

  • Board of Nursing application fees:
    State: $80; Multi-State: $145
  • Fingerprinting: $80
  • NCLEX Testing Fee: $200
  • Any fees associated with the collection of documents that are required by the Board of Nursing will be the responsibility of the student.




Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) is an international student organization for high school and adult students that promotes career opportunities in the healthcare industry to enhance the delivery of quality healthcare to all people. HOSA provides opportunities for students to enhance their personal and leadership qualities through individual and group projects and through skill competitions which are held on local, state, and national levels.




Instructor – Molly Delaney, RN,BSN Director – Rhonda Dalluge, RN, MSN


For information on health programs, contact the Financial Aid Officer:
Tina Harjo at 405.452.1222