Nursing Program

Are you looking for a career that will enable you to fulfill your desire to care for others? Are you interested in learning about the latest advancements in healthcare and health sciences? If so, the DMACC Nursing Program has been leading the way in nursing and preparing exceptional clinicians since 1968. Nursing offers an exciting array of career choices and can be your opportunity to make a difference in the community by touching lives every day.  

*** THE DMACC NURSING PROGRAM WEBSITE IS BEING UPDATED ***

Many exciting new changes have taken place in the DMACC Nursing Program and we are in the process of making major revisions to our website to reflect these changes in our programming. Please see below for programs currently being offered and anticipated start dates for additional new programs.

 


NURSING PROGRAM CHANGES ARE HERE!

Nursing in Iowa, as well as across the country, is rapidly changing. Preparing to become a nurse increasingly requires a solid foundation in biology, chemistry, math, and technology. To address this evolution in our field, the DMACC Nursing Program is in the midst of making major changes to its programming. Learn more about the new programs at About This Program. Plan to attend the required Nursing Information Session where you can learn more about our program changes. Click here for information session dates. 

In August of 2015, the first new program was introduced: the “Stand Alone” RN program. In the Stand Alone program, the student will complete an associate degree and be eligible for the NCLEX-RN. This is a five-term program.

For those who are interested in becoming an LPN, the DMACC Nursing Program will be offering a Practical Nursing program in the future. The anticipated Practical Nursing program will most likely be offered on the Boone Campus. More information will be available at a later date as to when applications will be accepted for the DMACC Practical Nursing program.

For those who currently have LPN status and would like to return to school to become an RN, the DMACC Nursing Program is currently developing new programming. Information on the anticipated LPN to RN program will be available at a later date.

The Associate Degree Nursing Program is approved by the Iowa Board of Nursing and is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc.

ACEN
3343 Peachtree Road NE,
Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
Phone: 866-747-9965 or
404-975-5000
FAX: 404-975-5020
Iowa Board of Nursing
River Point Business Park
400 S.W. 8th Street, Suite B
Des Moines, IA 50309-4685
Phone: 515-281-3255
FAX: 515-281-4825