Certificate of Proficiency in Nursing Assistant
7-8 Credit Hours
The Certificate of Proficiency in Nursing Assistant provides students with academic and clinical education in nursing related services for long term residents.
Special Admissions/Enrollment Requirements:
- have a high school diploma or equivalent, and be able to legally work in the United States by the end of the CNAS 1014 Nursing Assistant course to obtain licensure and employment. Academic Programs 99 meet required placement test scores or successful completion of DRDG 1024 Developmental Reading II and DENG 1054 Developmental English II.
- submit to a substance abuse screening and criminal background check during the first week of class.
- complete and submit proof of a negative tuberculosis (TB) skin test prior to clinical training.
ASU Mid-South AS Health Studies 2019-2020