About the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN):
After earning your LPN, you may be ready to further your career. Our Associate Degree Nursing program prepares you for a higher level of nursing. You’ll be on the way to work as a hospital nurse with a higher level of responsibility.
Start as an LPN, after successful completion of our PN Program, or as a transfer student. Schedule classes that accelerate your career path. Master more advanced nursing and patient advocate concepts. Graduate in as few as 52 weeks.
ADN Program at a Glance
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*All tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change without prior notice
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Admissions and Enrollment
Each program has its own set of Admissions requirements in order to enroll. Please view the following document to see the OIAH RN Admissions Policy for the Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Nursing Education Program. All applicants for programs must be 18 years or older and a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate.
Click here to view the General School Enrollment Policy.
Disqualifying Offenses for Enrollment
A criminal background could prevent enrollment into the Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Nursing Education Program. Please click the PDF below to view disqualifying offenses.