Coahoma Community College
Coahoma Community College is a public institution located in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Coahoma is a historically black college that offers various academic programs, including their ACEN accredited ADN program. This program is designed for qualified LPNs, consisting of 2 semesters of general education, a summer term, and 2 semesters of nursing courses.
The course of study has a strong clinical focus, incorporating traditional academic knowledge with virtual learning methods and clinical simulations using computerized patient care mannequins. The program emphasizes inclusivity and future-forward thinking. Learning outcomes are rooted in patient-centered care and professionalism, in addition to leadership skills, system-based practice, communication techniques, teamwork methods, collaboration, safety, and quality improvement.
Coahoma Community College's mission is to matriculate graduates who are caring, independent thinking nurses, with the clinical reasoning skills to become core members of their healthcare communities. Students can apply once a year for fall enrollment.
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