Health Science encompasses a broad range of occupations and specializations. With an ever-growing and aging population, the need for skilled professionals is steadily increasing in almost every area of the field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for most health science occupations is expected to double, triple, or even quadruple between 2012 and 2022.

Wallace Community College-Selma offers the following health career programs:

ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING

•   Overview of Health Sciences
•   Mission and Philosophy
•   Conceptual Framework
•   Program Highlights
•   Student Achievement Outcomes
•   Application Packet
•   Reinstatement/Transition

Curriculum Plan:

•   Generic Program
•   Mobility Program

 

Course Descriptions

•   Generic Program
•   Mobility Program
•   End of Program Student Learning 
    Outcomes/Graduate Competencies

LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSING

•   Overview of Health Sciences
•   Mission and Philosophy
•   Conceptual Framework
•   Program Highlights
•   Student Achievement Outcomes
•   Application Packet
•   Reinstatement/Transition
•   Curriculum Plan
•   Course Descriptions
•   End of Program Student Learning 
    Outcomes/Graduate Competencies

Accreditation information

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400
Atlanta, Georgia 30326

404-975-5000

 

Alabama Board of Nursing NCLEX Passage Rates

 

YEAR

NCLEX PASS RATE (RN)

YEAR

NCLEX PASS RATE (PN)

2018

100%

2018

88.57%

2019

89.47%

2019

81.48%

2020

57.89%

2020

67.86%

Three Year Average (RN)

82.46%

Three Year Average (PN)

79.30%

 

If you have any questions regarding any of the above listed programs, please contact the Health Science Department at 334-876-9339 (Ms. Beverly Lee) or 334-876-9275 and the secretary will direct your call accordingly. The office hours are Monday through Thursday 7:30am - 5:00pm and Friday 7:30am – 12:00 noon. 

If you are a pre-nursing student, the Advisor in the Office of Admission and Records, Mrs. Irene Bonner, is available to answer questions regarding general education coursework and admission requirements. Please contact Mr. Lonzy Clifton at 334-876-9251 or lonzy.clifton@wccs.edu