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Curricula Health Sciences


 North Central Texas College’s Division of Health Sciences includes the following courses of study:

• Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) - for students wishing to qualify for licensure as Registered Nurses (RNs).
• Emergency Medical Services (EMS) - for students wishing to qualify for certification as EMTs.
• Fire Sciences - for students wishing to qualify for Texas Fire Fighter certification. 
• Radiological Technology - for students wishing to qualify for registry as Radiological Technologists.
• Surgical Technology - for students wishing to qualify for certification as Surgical Technologists.
• Vocational Nursing (LVN) - for students wishing to qualify for licensure as Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs).

To earn either an Associate degree or Certificate, students must achieve an overall grade point average of at least 2.0 and complete the minimum number of semester hours specified for each program. Eighteen of the semester hours required for completion of the degree/certificate must be taken at NCTC.

NOTE: Admission to Health Sciences/Nursing Programs

Admission to a Health Sciences or Nursing program is contingent upon admission to North Central Texas College; however, granting of admission to the College does not guarantee admission to a Health Sciences or Nursing program. Refer also to specific programs on the following pages for any additional admission requirements.