WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE?
AIAM takes a holistic approach in teaching students nursing skills. This means while you will learn the skills you need to become a PN, you will also learn ethics and the importance of a patient’s emotional care. Students not only receive classroom education, but hands-on education treating patients at Columbus area clinical sites alongside professionals.
- 960 total program hours
- 15 months, five 12-week quarters
- 59 credit hours
- Once successfully completed, graduates are awarded a diploma and are then eligible to take the NCLEX-PN exam to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
- What you can do with this diploma: The role of an LPN is at the bedside. LPNs provide routine care, maintain medication and treatments for clients, collect general data, and teach healthy lifestyles within physicians’ offices and clinical settings. LPNs can work in multiple care settings including doctors’ offices, long-term care facilities and private residences.
- Personal on-site tour and interview with an admissions representative
- Complete application form with $100 enrollment fee (can be paid at enrollment)
- Complete entrance test with minimum identified standard met or exceeded for consideration. The requirement is 41.3% total adjusted score on the TEAS. $65 testing fee per attempt must be paid by the prospective student. Those with an Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited United States institution are exempt from this requirement
- Meet with Financial Aid representative to discuss payment options
- Submit proof of earned high school diploma or GED recognized by the Department of Education, or foreign equivalent that has been officially evaluated
- Complete enrollment agreement and accompanying paperwork
For more information on other student costs and optional fees, visit our course catalog.
GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
AIAM Gainful Employment information is available for all programs in Adobe PDF format