Cisco nursing program graduates hopeful the 2-year program will be resurrected - KTXS

A group of future nurses who enrolled in Cisco College's Associate Nursing Degree program were dealt a blow in January 2012.

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"Cisco College is expecting to be approved by the Board of Nursing April 18th for the LVN to RN Program. We have been working on this innovative Concept Based Curriculum which will be the first in the state which allows students to utilize their critical thinking skills . Once we receive approval of the program we plan on admitting a cohort of 35 students starting this fall. The partnership with Texas Tech University Health Science Center and Cisco College will allow for a smoother transition for the LVN to receive their Associate Degree then transition on to the BSN Program with Texas Tech."

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