A: Yes, clinicals are required. Students are required to provide their own transportation to their assigned clinical location. Clinical work varies by location across the Oklahoma City metro.
MNTC's Pre-Nursing program prepares high school Seniors and adult students to earn their certification in the health field with the Oklahoma Board of Nursing as an AUA (Advanced Unlicensed Assistant). The AUA performs an assistive role to licensed nurses in acute care settings. Selected advanced skills, legal and ethical aspects of health care and appropriate personal behaviors are presented in a format combining classroom instruction, lab exercises and clinical applications. Students can earn advanced standing in MNTC’s Practical Nursing program, if accepted and can satisfy prerequisites. High school and college Anatomy & Physiology credit is available.
Students who successfully complete this program have opportunities to become employed in the Moore, Norman, and Oklahoma City Metro health industries.