Pratt Community College announces their hours for the Summer.

Summer hours begin Monday, May 21 and will extend through Friday, July 27. Operating business hours will be  7:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday.

PCC is closed Saturdays...

  • Go Beavers!!!

Program Curriculum

Prerequisites and Credit Hours PN Program:

  • English Composition I   (ENG 176)  -  3 credit hours
  • General Psychology       (PSY 176)  -  3 credit hours
  • Anatomy & Physiology  with lab   (BIO 278)  -  5 credit hours (5 year expiration): Requires 3.0 or better.

Must be ready for  Intermediate Algebra or higher. College Algebra is recommended.
Please note: You must have an active Kansas CNA

Recommended for PN Program:

  • Developmental Psychology  (PSY 132)  -  3 credit hours
  • Microbiology with lab  (BIO 165)  -  5 credit hours (5 year expiration); Requires 3.0 or better

It is advisable to complete Developmental Psychology and Microbiology prior to entering the PN program.

Prerequisites and Credit Hours ADN Program:

Enrollment for the 2017-2018 academic year is pending approval from the Kansas State Board of Nursing.

English Composition I   (ENG 176)  -  3 credit hours
General Psychology       (PSY 176)  -  3 credit hours
Anatomy & Physiology  with lab   (BIO 278)  -  5 credit hours (5 year expiration); Requires 3.0 or better.
Developmental Psychology  (PSY 132)  -  3 credit hours
Microbiology with lab  (BIO 165)  -  5 credit hours (5 year expiration); Requires 3.0 or betterMust be ready for  Intermediate Algebra or higher. College Algebra is recommended.​

Students must receive a 2.5 overall GPA or better.

  • The Pre-nursing Advisor will assist you to develop a plan of study based on your individual circumstances. Please contact nursinginfo@prattcc.edu.
  • All of the prerequisites are available on the PCC campus or online through eduKan.
  • Completion of prerequisites does not guarantee admission into the Nursing Program.

The following are suggestions for General Education Courses toward a BSN degree:

College Algebra, Public Speaking, Sociology, Nutrition, General Chemistry, English Comp II, Biology, Humanities, Statistics, and more.

If you plan on attending a BSN program please, check with the University to see what courses are required.

For information regarding admission requirements, please contact the Associate Director of Special Program Admissions, 620-450-2114, elyseb@prattcc.edu.

Below is a PDF outlining the curriculum for the PN and ADN Programs. Please be advised, the ADN curriculum is currently under revision and pending Kansas State Board of Nursing approval.

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