Degrees & Certificates

Oregon Coast Community College offers a number of degrees, including transfer degrees designed to prepare OCCC students to transfer to 4-year universities, reducing the cost of bachelor’s degrees. Our transfer degrees allow students to begin their college careers in a nurturing setting, where small class sizes and a dedicated faculty ensure no one falls through the cracks and every student receives the supports and encouragement they need.

OCCC also offers a number of other two-year associate degrees and one-year certificate programs in various subject areas to launch careers quickly, right here at home in Lincoln County – and wherever your dreams take you from here.

PRACTICAL NURSING CERTIFICATE

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The Practical Nursing Certificate provides a one-year curriculum for students who desire to be a member of a nursing or health care team and gives care to patients of all ages under the direction of registered nurses and/or licensed physicians and dentists. After successfully completing the required 50 credits of the Practical Nursing program, students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Grades of C or better in all required courses are necessary to progress to the next term. Completion of this level qualifies students to apply to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-PN) to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN).

Learn more about the highly regarded Oregon Coast LPN program, here.

PRACTICAL NURSING CERTIFICATE

PRACTICAL NURSING CERTIFICATE Image

The Practical Nursing Certificate provides a one-year curriculum for students who desire to be a member of a nursing or health care team and gives care to patients of all ages under the direction of registered nurses and/or licensed physicians and dentists. After successfully completing the required 50 credits of the Practical Nursing program, students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Grades of C or better in all required courses are necessary to progress to the next term. Completion of this level qualifies students to apply to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-PN) to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN).

Learn more about the highly regarded Oregon Coast LPN program, here.

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